Photographs And Information about Music Festivals In South Gippsland
Korumburra Buskers festival – These days usually begin in the commercial areas of Korumburra from 10am till 12pm and then proceed to Coal Creek Heritage Village from 12.30pm with continuous entertainment till late, including the evening Busk-Off. Great Prizes To Be Won! Categories Include Primary and Secondary School, Individuals, Street Theatre, Groups and Bush Poetry. Coal Creek Village itself is a magnificent venue and has just undergone a renovation. Since then, entry to the Village has been FREE of charge. Highly recommended.
Wonyip Music Day – Excelsior Hall Wonyip … BBQ … followed by live acoustic music … All welcome Bring some food and some friends … Proudly presented by the Wonyip Landcare Group. This event will be a really good family day and if you are close to Foster, Toora, Welshpool, Agnes, Alberton, Port Franklin, Port Albert or Yarram, getting to Wonyip is a scenic drive over Silcocks Hill Road past the Toora Windfarms. For more info, look for the map in the handy search box at the bottom of the page.
Boolarra Folk Festival – For a fantastic day with a variety of music styles, Boolarra is the place to be once a year. The famous Boolarra Market starts at 10am in Railway Park and the Music Festival itself runs from 12pm to 9pm in Centenary Park. The cost has always been FREE however donations are gratefully accepted! This festival come highly recommended as a place to bring your chair, a picnic basket and a bottle of wine. You are bound to meet up with people you know as it’s popularity grows. The quality of musicians is always of the highest standard as many travel from all over Victoria to attend.
About The Photographs – Pictures on this page were taken at an old time family music night held at the Binginwarri Hall in 2008 and includes unique and unusual handmade instruments, guitars, violins, piano accordion, musicians playing, some of the guests and more.