Prime Minister Julia Gillard has laid down her two remaining goals before calling the next election, including implementing the national disability scheme, and delivering on further education reforms.
She told the crowd she has two more jobs to complete before calling an election in 2013, including launching the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
"To the Queenslanders in the crowd, we need your help with that here in Queensland to make sure the State Government works with us," she said.
"You're missing out on the launch on the 1st of July and I don't want you to miss out in the future."
Ms Gillard also said she aims to boost educational outcomes after what she described as a recent "wake-up call" in national educational testing.
At one point she was asked about the benefits and pitfalls of being the first female Prime Minister.
"Of course it's meant on the downside endless, endless carry on about hair and make up and dress and stumbles in high heels," she joked.
She declined a request from the crowd to sing, declaring: "That could be a problem."
"We are a Welsh family and that would mean we should be able to sing but for some reason the Gillards are the only non-singing Welsh people on the planet," she said.
"I've joked with my family we are cultural refugees, that's why we're here in this country; the only Welsh people who can't sing. So no, I won't be singing a song."
Ms Gillard is the first sitting Prime Minister to attend the iconic festival.