Named for 18th century pastoralist Christopher Rolleston, this tiny central highlands town is famous for being the home of Queensland’s last legendary bushrangers, the notorious Patrick and James Kenniff. Now, visitors flock to the centre of this rich, resourceful and productive valley, bordered by the sandstone cliffs that follow the edges of the Carnarvon, Expedition and Shotover Ranges
Rolleston is the gateway to the Arcadia Valley, home of Lake Nuga Nuga, and believed by the Karinal people to be the home of the mythological male and female Rainbow Serpents (Mundagarri) living under the two peaks dominating the lake’s northern shoreline.
The Rolleston Memorial Hall was built to honour those lost in the war, but is now a central hub for this tiny town with huge spirit. With a fresh coat of paint and a whole of love, these ghostly walls are prepped to ring out with music.
Doors open at 6.30pm for a 7pm start.
Tickets available online here