The Bureau of Meteorology has predicted what the weather will look like on the Fraser Coast this weekend.
But Christine Royan, secretary of the Butchulla Aboriginal Corporation, believes the penalty should have been even tougher.
The event will start at the carpark at the Brolga Theatre.
The man approached staff at the hotel brandishing a knife.
Mr Stretton said he did not believe the dingoes should be removed from the island without permission.
She said the Butchulla people were concerned that dingoes were being removed from the island.
Forget the corgis - two dingoes descended from a Fraser Island pack are now the top dogs in England.
Other incidents on the island included parents encouraging children to try to pat a dingo and leaving children unsupervised.
Last year more than 5000 people viewed the buildings, while about 2700 people visited the gardens.
Mr Winney said the organisation would advocate for the industry without fear or favour.
Coming from Newcastle in New South Wales, Carlie completed an arts degree before moving to the Fraser Coast. She has been with the Chronicle since 2007.