WA Folk Music and Dance Calendar

Acoustic Music, Dance & Spoken Word events

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This calendar is a service provided by the WA Folk Federation
to help promote folk events in Western Australia.
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I cut and paste info that is either sent to me direct or from other sources,
sometimes inaccuracies may creep in.

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I cut and paste from the email body so please don’t send attachments, I can’t get text from pics & pdf’s are awkward and take extra time
and some attachments can carry nasty things that I don’t particularly want on my computer so I won’t open them.
Generally the emphasis of the calendar is acoustic and/or folk roots based events and news. This covers a wide range of genre such as folk, blues, world music, country, choirs and more. Placement is at the discretion of the webmaster.

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15-17 November 2019
— Folk in the Forest Festival
Folk in the Forest Festival, Banksiadale Road, Dwellingup, Western Australia
Less than a month to go now until we can enjoy all the songs, music, dancing, yarn spinning and general merriment we can expect from performers such as Bernard Carney, Rod Vervest, Hot Toddy, 5 Star Trio, Phil Beck, Josh Gray ,Kazinko,Peter Grayling, Rambling Bilbies, Contra Dance musicians, English Country dancers and musicians, along with many more on the bill-of-fare throughout the weekend. Much of the audience is pretty talented too and those who wish will get their chance to shine on Saturday afternoon at the Blackboard concert and at late night sessions on Friday and Saturday nights.
It promises to another superb weekend and there are only a few tickets still available. If you haven’t already, book yours now using the ‘book now’ button on the Folk in the Forest Facebook page.
Lodge accommodation is sold out, but there is still plenty of camping space available. If camping is not your thing, check with the Dwelly Pub or the Dwellingup Caravan Park, both about five minutes drive from the festival and both offer hotel/motel accommodation.
This year, FOR THE FIRST TIME, we will have a bar with beer on tap plus red, white and rose wines available. Also available for the first time, a food van will provide lunch/dinner on Friday and Saturday and breakfast/lunch on Sunday. Vegetarian and gluten free food will be available. The kitchen will still be available for those who prefer to do their own cooking.
Saturday morning’s Breakfast in the Bush, provided by Little Folk, will continue as in previous years. $10.00 pp, payable on Saturday morning. We will have second hand books for sale, so bring your unwanted bodice-rippers to add to the collection.
This is our fourteenth Folk in the Forest and we will pass the $200,000.00 donation target.
Please contact either Phil Gray (warralakinmusic@gmail.com) 0404629125; or Noel Kenny (noelkenny6@gmail.com). We are looking forward to hearing from you!!
Tickets at https://www.trybooking.com/

Friday 15th November
— Mundaring Folk ‘n’ Blues (Monthly 3rd Friday)
And so here we are, arriving with mixed emotions of sadness and some relief at the final event for the year ; the culmination of eleven shows and the presentation of an array of new acts all of which have added to the reputation and continued success of MFnBC and due in no small part to our wonderful audience. We thank you all; performers and audience alike for your continued support.
It is only fitting to start our journey on the homeward stretch with Kevin McKenna (Guitar / Vocals) who, over the years, has created, in true Yorkshire fashion , a reputation for “McKenna-noise “with songs gleaned from favourite artists such as Bob Dylan, Paul Simon, Steve Tilston and Jackson Browne. Kevin’s easy vocal delivery and deft picking style gives his songs an interpretation that makes them unique and personal.
In what now seems like a distant dream the early days of MFnBC were frequented by the presence of two budding blues musicians – John Chopping (Guitars / Vocals) and Paul Marvin (Guitar / Vocals / Harmonica). Increasing their line up and repertoire of original songs they transformed into the successful touring band “Indigo Duck “, performing extensively in W.A. Following a re-location to the east and then the breakup of the band, John released 2 solo albums before returning and recording with Paul. Releasing a new collection of songs in 2019 with influences ranging from acoustic James Taylor to the eccentric bottle neck / slide style of Rory Gallagher we welcome back their reincarnation “SLEEPWALKERS” adding the blues element to this month’s program.
No strangers and needing little introduction to our regular’s, are the contemporary folk duo Derrick (Guitar / Uke / Vocals) and Sue Nichols (Vocals / Keyboard). Long time members of the club this husband / wife team have performed together for over 30yrs in ensembles involving a variety of musical genres. Precise arrangements elevated by vocal harmonies and rhythmic guitar style in alternate tunings have become their established trademark. Collaborating periodically with guest musicians to enhance interpretations and provide variety, their songs are exhaustively researched and chosen specifically for “CHINWAG” where every song tells a story. Derrick and Sue will be joined for this appearance by Russel Jenkins (Harmonica) from Cobwebs.
These salty dogs set sail on their maiden voyage at the National Folk Festival in 1985 as a 10 man crew. Three decades later see’s seven of the original members of the larrikin “FO’C’SLE FIRKINS“ still sailing (perhaps lost at sea.?) As W.A’s longest surviving and premier “ shanty “ team they bring the memory of bygone days of tall sailing ships, ropes and riggings back to life with their authentic and hardcore a Capella singalong renditions of seafaring songs and work shanties. Continuing to walk the plank at festival and club venue’s the “Firkins’“, Paul Presbury ,Peter Murphy , Peter Bugden ,Tony Henry, Jon & Steve Cope & Greg Hastings released their first C.D.“ Seafaring Songs and Shanties “ in 2016 after shiploads of requests; an astonishing 31yrs after setting sail!
Join with us in bidding “ Bon Voyage “ to our 2019 program with the usual crew and a few buccaneers in attendance.
Food and grog is available!!
Doors open 6.45pm with show start of 7.30pm. Bar and food available and the usual gang in attendance.
Check out the website – http://www.mfnbc.iinet.net.au

Sunday 17th November
— Jackadder’s Music Club
Four on Six violin–guitar duo with a difference – class, fun, romance, groove, nostalgia… everything a music-lover could wish for!
Gillian Catlow, free-lance violinist and founding member of the Australian Chamber Orchestra, spent 20 years in Germany and Austria playing with the Salzburg Camerata, Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Bruckner Orchestra Linz, Intermezzo Quartet (Hamburg) as well as recording and touring extensively with the James Last Band.
Whilst living in Munich she met Charles Hoernemann who had begun his performing career at 17 as guitarist and youngest member of the Luxembourg Theatre Orchestra. After working as a recording artist in Paris, Brussels and Cologne he moved to Munich, where he quickly became the most sought after studio guitarist. The enormous list of artists he worked for include the Bellamy Brothers, Limahl, Gillian Scalici, Luciano Pavarotti, and he can be heard on dozens of soundtracks such as “Young Indiana Jones”, “Peter the Great” and “The Old Man And The Sea”. Charles also worked for major record companies as a producer-arranger.
Since reconnecting in Western Australia in 2009, Gillian and Charles began performing together as a gypsy-jazz duo, but over the years have developed their own distinctive style. They love to cross musical boundaries and delight in sharing background stories and anecdotes in their audio-visual shows. Meanwhile they have released four instrumental albums covering music from the 1930s to the present day, including French Waltzes, Bossa Nova, The Beatles, film themes and tunes from the Great American Songbook.
Venue: Community of Christ, cnr. Lombardy Ave and Elmwood Street
Cost: $12 Children free (WAFF members half price)
Contact Carmel 0412777061 for more info.

Thursday 21st November
— Merriwa Acoustic Music Club (monthly, 3rd Thursday)
This month we will have our regular third Thursday evening. We will be in the Compass Centre, just as always.
The focus of this club is sharing acoustic music together, growing creatively, and later perhaps performing community service. Acoustic instrumentalists of all levels, ages, and styles (folk, bluegrass, acoustic rock, etc.) are surely welcome and encouraged. Poets, dancers, singers, story-tellers also welcome. Generally the format will be a sing-around the circle with everyone getting a chance to add a song or performance. Then learning a new song together.
Contact: Oakyfolky@msn.com with questions or comments

Saturday 23 November
— Tree House Concert Series 1 #2
Mystic Rebellion, The Alfalfa Males, GypsyLou and Special Guests.
The Tree House presents our second house concert of 2019. Join us on the lawn on Saturday 23 November, for a very special event under the sky.
The evening will feature: Perth Electro Roots 3 piece Mystic Rebellion are following in the path of Tijuana Cartel and Darkside to create an ethereal pulsing soundscape of guitars, beats, synths and Matt Cal’s ever chilled vocal approach. Drawing on influences from guitar legends such as David Gilmour and Ry Cooder among others, Mystic Rebellion are creating a buzz with their new sound in the Perth local scene evident in their placement on local festivals and some of Perth’s best stages. Mystic Rebellion deliver a warm embrace you can chill, dance and dream to. Here them here. Find them on social media here and here.
Nestled somewhere between Trumpesque megalomaniacs and subsonic SNAGS The Afalfa Males sing songs of social satire, questioning what is and suggesting alternatives with humour, compassion, (and some lovely vocal harmonies) leaving you to make up your own mind. Hear them here.
GypsyLou brings their signature style of melodic pop-folk to audiences. Weaving strands of Celtic and earthy, trad-folk with warm and heartfelt vocal harmony, they entertain with truly sing-able, soul-warming music. This spellbinding duo will inspire you with their assortment of uplifting pop ballads and toe tapping new-folk anthems about life, love and hope. Hear them here.
and Special Guests (including Tani Walker, Shannon Wake and Sofia Hourani).
Entry is by donation (we suggest $20.00, but feel free to give more to support our musical ventures). Kids under 12 are free. Please RSVP and donate here to secure your spot.
Location: Between Bibra Lake and Baldivis, a property close to the freeway but with the feels of the countryside. Exact address will be emailed to you upon booking – check your inbox carefully.
Times: Doors open at 4.00pm, music at 5.00pm.
Bring * A plate to share (a shared supper is a special part of the evening) * Rug or folding chair *Bathers *Warm clothes *Tent if you’re camping *Utensils that can be washed (cup, plate etc.) instead of the throw-away variety *A drum to join in a drum circle at the end of the night
Tea, coffee and some drinks will be available for a small donation.
tree-house-concert-series tickets

Sunday 24th November
— Matildas Music Club (twice monthly 2nd & 4th Sunday – Check 1st)
Open mic music club.
2nd and 4th Sundays of the month.
Music starts 2 pm.
Claremont Bowling Club – 64 Bay view Terrace Claremont.
Plenty of parking. Drinks at club prices.
Entry $5.00
contact 9271 1018 or 9284 2512.

–Perth Scottish Fiddlers (monthly – last Sunday of the month) .
Perth Scottish Fiddlers is a group of musicians who come together to play the rich and extensive violin and dance repertoire of Scotland, both traditional and contemporary. The group plays a range of music, from beautiful airs and elegant strathspeys to fast and furious reels and jigs, and their original tunes and arrangements add an Australian flavour! We learn new tunes by ear each month, hold sessions, workshops and a camp, as well as performing at a variety of venues. New fiddle and cello players are always welcome and no Scottish experience is needed! Please contact the director on mschlink@gmail.com
Venue: Warren Lake Hall, Teakwood Reserve, Woodlands; 2-3pm slow class, 3-5.30pm main group (welcome to stay for both).

Friday 6th December 2019
— HILLS FOLK CLUB (monthly, 1st Friday)
Held at Falls Farm Cottage on Neil Tonkin Park, Cagney Way, Lesmurdie at 8pm. $10 entry.
Contact Pauline Tonkin 92916026 / paulinekevin@bigpond.com

Saturday 7th December
— Folk In Mandurah
The December Soiree will be at our place on Saturday, the 7th of December, subject T.B.A.
Tell your friends, even if they just wish to come along to listen.
contact: ilo78333@bigpond.net.au. Hope to see you there.
– ALBUM LAUNCH with special guests – The Jenny Gaunt Trio
Sonar Room (Fremantle, WA)
Local five-piece ensemble Gypsylou and the Kingfishers have been bringing audiences their signature style of uplifting melodic popfolk since 2017.
Weaving strains of Celtic and earthy, trad-folk with warm and hearty three-part vocal harmony, they entertain with truly dance-able, sing-able, soul warming music.
Join them and special guests the Jenny Gaunt Trio at the Sonar Room, Fremantle, to celebrate the launch of their much anticipated debut album.
Tickets General Admission $13.30, Children Under 12 Years. (Must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian with a valid ticket) $6.65

Sunday 8th December
— Matildas Music Club (twice Monthly, 2nd & 4th Sunday)
Open mic music club. We are having another of our famous BBQs after the session, entry $5, BBQ $5…starts as usual 2pm.
Music starts 2 pm.
Claremont Bowling Club – 64 Bay view Terrace Claremont.
Plenty of parking. Drinks at club prices.
Entry $5.00
contact 9271 1018 or 9284 2512.

— Contra Dance (Monthly)
The dancing is 2-5pm
St Margaret’s Church Hall, 58 Tyrell St, Nedlands WA 6009
Contra dance is a great chance to meet new people and get some exercise set to amazing music from our live Mega band. An American version of a bush dance, or Ceilidh the dances are easy enough for beginners to join in immediately but varied enough to keep experts interested (with plenty of space for improvisation so bring your best Cajun/tango/? moves) Bring a water bottle, wear light casual clothes and comfortable shoes. Or just come and listen to the great music and watch the swirling dancers.
We usually meet on the Second Sunday of the month, but for exact dates check www.facebook.com/perthcontra (you should not need to have a facebook account to see this page)
More info: Alison Scott ex.carrot@gmail.com 0426 410 561

Monday 9th December
— SHANTY CLUB (2nd Monday monthly)
at 19:30 Clancy’s Fish Pub Fremantle, 51 Cantonment street, Fremantle, Western Australia 6160
The irresistable song of the Siren calls you back to the SHANTY CLUB. First the Shanteasers and now She Shants. There’s a revolution going on! or… is it a mutiny? Of course the Lost Quays will manfully weather the storm and try to keep the shanty club ship on an even keel. What could go wrong? Come on down to Clancy’s for a rollicking good evening of shanties. Community singing at its best! All are welcome.

— English Music Session (normally 2nd and 4th Monday)
All welcome start 7:00 pm
Irish Club, Townshend Rd, Subiaco
No charge (and very reasonable drinks prices!)
It is an open-to-all session – – bring along your instruments and tunes and join in, listen, learn, teach English country music (mainly).
Contact Terry Sweet 0413 800 020 terrysweet47@gmail.com

— Monday Supperclub (Monthly) .
Our musicians Jane and The Rain (WA). Spoken word: Flora Smith
Bookings and info: https://www.juicecreativ.com/monday-supperclub.html
Supperclub is a not for profit endeavour and all monies go back to the artists. A definitely for profit endeavour is a yoga and creative writing retreat I’m co-facilitating in northern NSW this July – on the offchance you have contacts there who may be interested, more info here: https://www.kathryn-riding.com/winter-yoga-and-writing-retreat-at-gymea.html
Bookings and info at the supperclub website –https://www.juicecreativ.com/monday-supperclub.html
Dome Cafe, Railway Parade, Maylands WA
Enquiries 0414 862 306 jcornes@iinet.net.au
6.45 pm Guests seated • 7 pm Spoken word • 7.30 pm Dinner • 8.15 pm Music • 9 pm Coffee

12th-15th December
— The Company
The Company are pleased to announce their return to Western Australia in December. Expect the usual energetic stomp, soulful song and wry onstage banter that the band are known for. They are excited to be mustering the talents of renowned dobro player and West Oz local Andrew Winton for this tour.
DEC 12 Perth Concert, Mt Hawthorn
DEC 13 Manjimup, WA
DEC 14 Albany Entertainment Centre
DEC 15 Fremantle Arts Centre

Friday 13th December
— Wanneroo Folk Club (2nd Friday Monthly)
The last show of the year will be our annual wind up so Bring a Plate to share at the tea break. There will be a mystery guest supported by the committee strutting their stuff. Moe info soon
Admission will be $10.00 ($8.00 for WAFF members).
Dorchester Hall, cnr Dugdale and Dorchester St, Warwick
Email: John Ralph
Web: www.wafolk.org.au

Sunday Dec 15th
–Perth Scottish Fiddlers (usually monthly – last Sunday of the month) .
Christmas dates etc: Perth Scottish Fiddlers December meeting will be held on Sunday Dec 15th, commencing 11am with a session, followed by lunch. (No session on last Sun pf December!) Regular sessions recommence on last Sunday of January 2020
Perth Scottish Fiddlers is a group of musicians who come together to play the rich and extensive violin and dance repertoire of Scotland, both traditional and contemporary. The group plays a range of music, from beautiful airs and elegant strathspeys to fast and furious reels and jigs, and their original tunes and arrangements add an Australian flavour! We learn new tunes by ear each month, hold sessions, workshops and a camp, as well as performing at a variety of venues. New fiddle and cello players are always welcome and no Scottish experience is needed! Please contact the director on mschlink@gmail.com
Venue: Warren Lake Hall, Teakwood Reserve, Woodlands; 2-3pm slow class, 3-5.30pm main group (welcome to stay for both).

28th February – 2nd March 2020
— 31st Nannup Music Festival
There are so many incredible and diverse acts coming to join us; from the precious Archie Roach, to festival favourites like Kallidad and Hussy Hicks. Stunning acts from Scotland: Fara, The Langan Band and Brighde Chaimbeu. The East Pointers from Canada and Jenny Mitchell from New Zealand. And of course from Australia – urban, regional and remote. There are so many special acts that it’s impossible to begin; acts that may make some squirm or others excited, some to lay and listen to in the warm sun, and others to get up and dance to. We love that our audience differs in age and desire; and the program is made for everyone. New discoveries and old favourites…
And then of course our workshops. Arts and crafts, yoga or dance, songwriting, singing, kids activities. As you may know the Environment and Mental Health are important to us, so we will be sure to have some discussions and hands on activities happening too. Nannup is a place of letting things go and enjoying in some magic and wonder together – hopping into the Nannup bubble and blissing out for a few days. CAN NOT WAIT to immerse in it all with you!
All will be revealed on our website on 1st November. Our online ticket sales open on 1st November 2019.
We will again be offering four releases. Once a release sells out, the next one opens. Remember there will be a limited allocation for each release, so jump in early to avoid disappointment. Our 2019 event did sell out and we urge you to take advantage of our early releases.
Glamping sales will also open on the same date. Day tickets (Saturday or Sunday) go on sale on the day. We don’t offer concession tickets, but our ticket prices have remained the same for a third year in a row. We’re holding off any increase for as long as we can, as we love and appreciate our ticket holders. Children 12 years and under get free entry to all venues and there is plenty of free programmed entertainment on offer. We do accept Companion Cards.
Jump on the website (http://nannupmusicfestival.org) for more information and don’t delay booking accommodation if you’re not camping or glamping with us. The Nannup Visitors Centre will be happy to help.

Friday, 20th March – Sunday, 22 March, 2020
— Nukara Music Festival 2020
The Nukara Music Festival takes place in a natural amphitheater setting surrounded by towering River Red Gums. Set in a unique bush setting on Nukara Farm in the scenic Chapman Valley, this boutique music festival has been successfully running and growing for the past fourteen years.
Nukara comes alive the third weekend in March every year with the festival attracting local and international blues, roots and folk artists performing on two big staged areas. With the addition of unveiling local talented musicians guests will come alive with 8 hours of music under a billion stars.
Come and join us for a weekend of awesome music, great vibes and groove the night away.

Regular Song & Spoken Word Events
(for group details visit:The Club and Dance page)


1st of Month

Hills Folk Club contact: paulinekevin@bigpond.com
Bush Poets & Yarnspinners

2nd of

Wanneroo Folk Music Club contact: johndralph@Hotmail.com
Toodyay Music Club

3rd of

Mundaring Folk’n’Blues

4th of


2nd of

Mid West Folk & Blues Club – 2pm-6pm. 99233707
Unplugged Acoustic Folk and Blues (no plug-ins), 3pm Roleystone Country Club. Mel 9399 8493

3rd of

1pm-4pm Mandurah Bluegrass Club join the Jam Session kayj4u@gmail.com
3pm-5pm Jackadderscarmel@carmelcharlton.com

4th of

Last of

2-5pm Margaret River Music Club – unplugged acoustic music forum.
3-5pm Perth Scottish Fiddlers group, Woodlands Reserve Hall, Teakwood Avenue. (Margaret 9445 1727)


2pm and 5pmYa Ya’s, Northbridge present an Acoustic Open Mic session



Supper Club: Old Bakery Cafe on Eighth, Maylands, a short spoken word performance and a music set over supper.
Lip Service Poetry Group, 22 Kathleen St, Bassendean, Doug Miles 9255 2531 email: dugmiles @hotmail.com



Wax Lyrical, Leederville



Kalamunda Music Sessions/ClassesDavid & Jenny Hoffman tel 9279 4707.
Tunesmiths Cafe Songwriters Club. Legends Bar 6 Hislop Road, Attadale. Makk – email phone-9258 4465 or Mike – email phone – 0413 677 084



Beaufort St Songwriters Club, Defectors Bar (above The Flying Scotsman) $5 entry

1st of month

Wax Lyrical, Rosie O’Grady, South Perth

Regular Dance Events
(for more details about the groups visit:The Club and Dance page)

Souleiado French Dance Group, Children after school, Nedlands, (08)63890767
Perth International Folk Dance Group, 7:15pm at St Margaret’s Church Hall, Corner Elizabeth and Tyrell Streets, Nedlands. Jenny 9381 5235
Tartan Dancers, 1.30 pm. Dawn Cromb 0414 859 393
Tartan Dancers, 7.45 pm. Dawn Cromb 0414 859 393

Mad Tatters Morris, 7.00-9.00 pm Guildford Town Hall, Guildford. (Please ring first),
9279 8778, email: madtattersmorris@iinet.id.au
Hora Shalom Dance – Dances of Israel, 7.15 – 9.15p.m. www.horashalom.org.au

Marlee Morris 7–9 PM (1st and 3rd of the Month)
Contact Steven Mansfield 0400 731 049 email: marleemorris@morris.org.au
Rose and Wattle English Country Dancers: 2nd and 4th Wednesday 7 – 9pm
reefm@iinet.net.au Karen 0439 844 024 https://www.facebook.com.roseandwattle

Kalamunda SCDC: 8.00 pm. Jan Pittman 9574 6671
Souleiado French Dance Group, Adults 7pm, Nedlands, 6389 0767
Rockingham SCDC: 7.30 pm Gale Tamplin 9593 5738
St Stephens SCDC: 7.30 pm Carol Phillips 0408 629 571
Hora Shalom Dance – Dances of Israel, 10am – 12noon www.horashalom.org.au

Perth International Folk Dance Group, Glen Forrest Hall 9.30-11am
Fair Maids of Perth. Meet fortnightly on Fridays at 7pm in the Guide Hall in Monash Avenue, Nedlands
Email: fairmaidsperth@gmail.com

Hora Shalom Dance – Dances of Israel, 10am – 12noon
Partner classes fortnightly on Saturdays, 12.45 – 2.15pm www.horashalom.org.au
Perth International Folk Dance Group, 10:15-12:15 at St Margaret’s Church Hall, Corner Elizabeth and Tyrell Streets, Nedlands. Jenny 9381 5235
Royal Scottish Country Dance Soc: Monthly “Hop” 1st Sat monthly

Contra Dancing: 2nd Sunday monthly, 2-5 pm 0422 718 220 www.facebook.com/groups/perthcontra
Marlee Morris 7–9 PM (3rd & 4th of the Month)
Contact Steven Mansfield 0400 731 049 email: marleemorris@morris.org.au
Irish Set Dancing: Last Sunday monthly, 6 pm Ken and Connie 9274 5170

Folk On Radio and TV


2:20pm & 11:20pm

The Planet

Radio National

810 am

Sat & Sun

10 pm

The Weekend Planet

Radio National

810 am


9-11 pm

Folking Around

Radio Fremantle

107.9 fm


1 – 3pm

Celtic Music Show

6CRA Albany

100.9 fm

9-11 pm

Roots & Branches

Radio Fremantle

107.9 fm




KCR fm

102.5 fm


Beneath the Southern Cross

KCR fm

102.5 fm


Acoustic Cafe


92.1 fm


12 – 2 pm

The Friday Folk Fest

Hope FM

103.9 fm

12:30-1 pm

The Scottish Half Hour

Curtin Radio

100.1 fm


5-8 am

Telling Tales (fortnightly)

Curtin Radio

100.1 fm

6-9 am

Irish Beakfast

Radio Fremantle

107.9 fm

11am-1 pm

Global Rhythm Pot


92.1 fm

12-2 pm

Only Folking

Heritage FM

107.3 fm

5-6 pm

You Don’t Have To Be Irish

Curtin Radio

100.1 fm


Music Deli

ABC National

810 am


7 – 8:30pm

Heritage Ireland




Postal Address:
PO Box 328



ABN: 23 052 531 632