The South Burnett Regional Council will be granting freedom of entry to 100 military personnel in a ceremony being held tomorrow morning.
Kingaroy police will be challenging 100 military personnel down Glendon Street when Navy, Army and Airforce march through the streets of Kingaroy.
The Electronic Warfare Wing from the Defence Force School of Signals will be making their way through town.
It's a ceremony that organisers are describing as full of pomp and pageantry
This is the first time ever that the ceremony has been held in Kingaroy.
The community is being invited to come along and check out the event with Mayor Keith Campbell says it is a must see for South Burnett locals:
“This is another really big event, in fact it will be a milestone in Kingaroy’s history.
On Saturday July 8th the South Burnett Regional Council will be granting the ‘freedom of entry’ to the town of Kingaroy, to the Defence Force School of Signals and that’s the Electronic Warfare Wing from the Borneo Barracks at Cabarlah.
It is unlikely that this event will ever happen again, so this is a once in a lifetime experience.”
Mayor Keith Campbell says this is a huge event for the South Burnett.
Anyone wanting to check out the event is being advised to be there by 10:00AM.