We’re inviting you to a night of fun and entertainment, experiencing classic Australian Outback folk culture with a modern twist!

Whether you’re still wearing-in your boots, or you’re a well-heeled tapper and twirler, this is set to be a hoot and a half!

TIME: 7:00 – 7:15 pm for a 7:30pm dancing start

DATE: Saturday 4 May, 2024

LOCATION: Abraham Mott Hall, Miller’s Point


PRICE: $50.00 per person

Complimentary glass of bubbles on arrival. 

Tea, Coffee and Cake to be served throughout the evening.

BYO: Beverages  

THE PROCEEDS GO TO: We’re excited to announce that proceeds from the event will be going towards supporting the Women’s and Girl’s Emergency Centre (WAGEC) and Other Rotary Projects throughout the Year.

WAGEC is a locally based non-for-profit organisation supporting women and children escaping domestic violence.“WAGEC now provides over 200 women and children with accommodation each night, operates three crisis refuges and 40 transitional properties for women and families escaping domestic and family violence and/or homelessness, and actively engages the community to join the movement to end gender-based violence in a generation.”  For more Information on WAGEC visit their website: https://www.wagec.org.au/ 

Throughout the night, there will be many opportunities to donate and win prizes!!

THE BAND: Don’t forget the music! We’ve got The Inland Navigators performing live, bringing their unique blend of Australian folk and bluegrass to the stage.

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Don’t know how to dance? The band will step us through each number as we go, you’ll be tapping your feet and dancing the night away in no time.

Check them out before the event at https://youtu.be/_IcGJKARs8o?si=UpJDiynimOsd7fK_.

So, what are you waiting for? Get your friends together and come along for a night of music, dance and community spirit. Let’s have some fun, win some prizes, and make a positive impact in the lives of women in our community.




PARKING: There is some ticketed parking along Argyle Street and Lower Fort Street near Abraham Mott Hall. There is also a Wilson Car Park located on Hickson Road about 300 metres or 5 minutes walk from Abraham Mott Hall. https://maps.app.goo.gl/5E2R9R987GuLGESx7?g_st=ig

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