Springbrook, 14 December 2019

Thanks to the eruption of an ancient volcano 23 million years ago, Springbrook is home to a multitude of things that grow, gurgle and glow. Spectacular waterfalls and lookouts abound as The Natural Bridge cave twinkles with resident glow worms. The wilderness is marked by strangler figs, rare birds and glow-in-the-dark mushrooms. A sub-tropical paradise, Springbrook is home to Land Mullets, Pademelons, Lace Monitors (those prehistoric-looking giant lizards), Bandicoots and Sugar Gliders. Dotted with quaint guesthouses and cafés nestled into the glorious rainforest, The town backs on to the National Park and has walking-track access to the single-drop 106m Purling Brook Falls. A final astronomical thing about Springbrook is its observatory!

Population 624.

Springbrook Community Hall stands on land traditionally owned by the Yugambeh People.

Festival of Small Halls rolls int Springbrook on the 14th of December with Blair Dunlop (ENG) and Hat Fitz and Cara (AUS). 

Festival of Small Halls Springbrook will be supported by Lashae and Sani Bolton. Lashae is a budding young Gold Coast artist that inspires to emotionally connect with people through her music. Lashae is often accompanied by her Ukulele and she enjoys turning her favourite tunes into acoustic versions. Performing wiht Lashaw is Sani Bolton. Sani Bolton is an Australian lead guitarist, vocalist and songwriter. She has embraced a diverse and sucessful career in the music industry for over 3 decades and is just warming up. After early beginnings in post punk new wave bands, she moved on to become a steadfast member of Australia’s music community working consistantly as a studio session guitarist and vocalist. Her undying passion for country music drew her into the studio in 2011 which resulted in her first solo album ‘Melt the Moon’. With more music currently being recorded, 2019 will see plenty more songs/videos/gigs and fun for this Aussie musician.

Tickets available online here.

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