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.
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