Coundougas is a popular destination for New Year celebrations in the Australian Capital Territory, a suburb of Canberra, and has long attracted thousands of people from across the country.
In the late 1990s, it hosted the Sydney Beer Festival, and it is also known for hosting the Coundoulis Beer Fest, the Adelaide Beer Festival and the Perth Beer Festival.
It’s one of a handful of Australian beer festivals that have grown significantly in popularity since its inception in the early 2000s.
In 2016, Coundousis was named one of the best beer and wine festivals in Australia by Beer Week magazine.
Its popularity has also been boosted by the fact that it is located on a large island in the middle of the Australian Outback, and is the only Australian beer festival that is open to the public, with access to a free shuttle bus and free camping for all weekend visitors.
But as more Australians are enjoying New Year Eve, Cointouyos popularity has dipped.
In a 2016 ABC TV interview, Caine said: “We’ve got to have a good turnout.
“There are no restrictions for New Years Eve, so you can drink a little beer or a little wine and just have a great time.””
This year’s event has seen a dramatic decrease in attendance. “
There are no restrictions for New Years Eve, so you can drink a little beer or a little wine and just have a great time.”
This year’s event has seen a dramatic decrease in attendance.
The organisers are planning to re-open the event with a free event in the next couple of weeks, with the aim of attracting more people to the island.