Degilbo’s 110 year old hall sits in a tiny community where the folks are so polite that they’ll beep the horn to warn a stray magpie off the road. Originally formed around the gold-rushes in nearby Paradise and Shamrock, Degilbo has amazing views of nearby Mount Walsh, which rises up from gently undulating plain-land, mountains, dry forests and the dairy, peanut and citrus farms sprawled around this area. Nearby Biggenden has heritage-listed architecture and has retained much of its character amidst the very light development required to make this an entirely live-able town. Degilbo has been one of our absolute favourite shows three times running – we can’t wait to come back! And you know what else? Woodford Folk Festival boasts a quaint and beautiful ‘Small Hall’ venue, modelled on the fabulous Degilbo Hall.

Population: 338

 

Degilbo Hall stands on land traditionally owned by the Wakka Wakka, Darielbelum and Dundubara people. The name ‘Degilbo’ comes from local term ‘dackeel bo’, meaning ‘sharp/upright stones’.

Tickets available online here

Cash sales available at North Burnett Regional Council, Edward St, Biggenden

Doors open 6.30pm