Alice Skye is an Aboriginal Australian singer/songwriter originally from Horsham, Victoria and now based in Melbourne.
Bart Willoughby’s musical career began in 1978 when he pioneered a distinctive Indigenous Australian music sound, a fusion of Jamaican reggae with traditional Indigenous influences.
Come face to face with an exquisite eagle, owls or falcon and learn about these magnificent creatures.
Learn to juggle, hula-hoop and more! For ages 7+ with Circus Oz trainers. Circus fun for everyone!
The Seagulls are disturbingly real, ever so cuddly, but keep an eye on your fries, they are ever so fond of them!
Two thirty-minute high-energy workshops will be facilitated.
Monica Weightman came to Melbourne in her 20s and studied jazz for a while before joining an all-girl trio.
PHILLY, 23, was born in the golden era of hip-hop in 1991. By the age of four his older brothers had a huge collection and all he ever listened to was hip-hop.
Scott Darlow is a Melbourne based singer, songwriter guitar player and didgeridoo player. Darlow's first album "Be With You" was released in 2003 with his band at the time The Darlow Show.
Tammy Anderson is an award winning actor and playwright. Winning recipient of The Uncle Jack Charles Award and The Uncle Bob Maza Award she is a proud Palawa woman from Tasmania.
Children can have their face painted with a range of Indigenous animals, tracks and symbols in the significant of colours of the Aboriginal flag.