Gubbi Gubbi people
Named from local term for ‘freshwater eel’
Eudlo is famous for many things – great jam and preserves, a train crash back in the days of black and white photography, its nearby Buddhist institute of Chenrezig, the fact that it doesn’t have ‘town water’, the satisfying way that the name of the town rolls off the tongue when the train conductor lets you know the station is coming up and the community pride in maintaining such a close-knit community within a rapidly developing shire. Originally settled as a timber town and milling centre, Eudlo has retained the character of a small town as it has developed its cultural goings-on – regular monthly Muso sessions, Cello Dreaming concert series, General Store with its old fashioned petrol pump still in service, Sweethearts cafe, its little school and fantastic tennis courts, and the general activities of its day to day residents – some backyards look decorated for an eternal party. We remember Eudlo as a real family affair on the last tour! Population: 852
SHOW FEATURES IRISH MYTHEN (CANADA) and STARBOARD CANNONS (AUSTRALIA) with local support act NICOLE MCKINNEY
Nicole McKinney plays music inspired by Folk/indie artists such as First Aid Kit and Missy Higgins.
PRESENTED WITH THE SUPPORT OF THE EUDLO PUBLIC HALL AND RECREATION GROUNDS ASSOCIATION INC