Queenstown is the Largest town on Tasmania’s West Coast, and is the home of the Mt Lyell Mining & Railway Company and the West Coast Wilderness Railway, and has several Wilderness walks in the area as well as great Trout Fishing in several surrounding Lakes.
The Unconformity (formerly Queenstown Heritage and Arts Festival Inc) will present this show at the iconic Lake Margaret Hydro-Electric Power Station on the evening of Saturday 23 January, 2016 within the Lake Margaret Power Station village hall – the oldest operating hydro-electric power station in Australia and a much-loved cultural heritage asset for Tasmanians.
TICKETS: THIS SHOW IS SOLD OUT. Thanks everyone!
Please Note: Your ticket price INCLUDES TRANSFER TO LAKE MARGARET VILLAGE HALL and back. The Lake Margaret site is a working power station and access to the site is strictly by coach transport only.
The coach leaves Queenstown for the venue at 5:30pm from the West Coast Wilderness Railway Station carpark, Driffield St, Queenstown TAS 7467. Any queries please contact staff at the West Coast Wilderness Railway Station in person or on 03 6471 0100.
SHOW FEATURES THE EAST POINTERS (CANADA) and LIZ STRINGER (AUSTRALIA) with support by PHIL MICALE, a local of Rosebery, Tasmania.
SUPPER: Drinks available at bar, plus supper of soup and rolls available for purchase.
5:30PM COACH departs West Coast Wilderness Railway Station Carpark for Lake Margaret Village Hall
6:30PM FESTIVAL OF SMALL HALLS SHOW commences
9:30PM COACH returns to West Coast Wilderness Railway Station Carpark from Lake Margaret Village Hall