Presented by North Pine Bush Poets
Why did Clancy ride out to the Overflow? What possessed Mulga Bill to trade his horse for a bicycle?
These questions and others will probably remain unanswered in Banjo’s Boots – a fresh experience of Australian bush poetry via some work of much-loved Aussie poets, such as ‘Banjo’ Paterson, and current local writers.
Featuring some whimsical new bush poetry and musical re-imagining of traditional work, this will be family-friendly fun!
For more performances of Banjo’s Boots, click here.
An initiative of Moreton Bay Regional Council
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Spoken Word and Storytelling
121 station rd
Burpengary, QLD 4505 Australia
Date & Time
May 12 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
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