Sarah and Walter Sakrzewski enjoy Tramfest in Nambour on Saturday night.
Sarah and Walter Sakrzewski enjoy Tramfest in Nambour on Saturday night. Patrick Woods

Tramfest keeps mum's love of Nambour on track

NAMBOUR mum Sarah Sakrzewski loves the new events and businesses she is discovering since returning to live in the hinterland town.

Mrs Sakrzewski went with her husband and their one-year-old son to Howard St on Saturday night and was impressed by her first Tramfest.

She lived in Nambour for a decade before moving five years ago to North Queensland.

Her family made the move back down a month ago.

"It was excellent,” Mrs Sakrzewski said.

"There is so much that has changed in Nambour since we have been away.”

She was also supportive of the monthly event's cause, to raise money for a tram to be installed in Nambour.

"I think it is a great idea.”

She said she also liked the new coffee shops and the artistic vibe that the town had taken on.

Saturday night's event was also Bli Bli resident Chris Baker's first Tramfest.

He took his children Ben, 10 and Chelsea, 12, along for a look.

"It was good.

"I can see what they are trying to achieve.

"It is great they are trying to get this (tram) rail up and running.”

He said as the president of the Bli Bli Community Association, he understood how difficult it could be to host large community events.

"Anything they can to try to promote the town is good.”


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