Thanks for A Great Year

On behalf of Albert Park Port Lounge, I would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Thank you for all your support over these past 12 months. We have had some great music this year and and I look forward to being able to present more of the same in  2018. Sign up to the newsletter so I can let you know whats coming up.

I am taking a break over the holiday period and heading to some of the great festivals we have in Victoria

Please take care over the holiday period.

Looking forward to what is already shaping up to be a very busy 2018!




Here are our Upcoming Shows…

Feb 2018

Unsung Heroes of Australian History – 23/02/2018 at 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm


Unsung Heroes of Australian History – Feb 23rd, 2018

Unsung Heroes of Australian History - Wendy Ealey, Bruce Watson and Moira Tyers

5 Aquatic Drive Albert Park Lake (next to the Point Restaurant)

$25/$20 Cash at the door.
Doors open 7:30pm

Includes bread & dips before the show and hot party finger food in the  interval.
Drinks from bar at bar prices.

Bookings: or text 0418179411

Take three multi-talented musicians, powerful stories, original songs, evocative images, lush musical arrangements, mudcake rich harmonies and the gratuitous distribution of Anzac biscuits and Turkish delights – and you have Unsung Heroes of Australian History.

Bruce Watson, Wendy Ealey and Moira Tyers take you on a powerful journey through Australia’s history – celebrating in story, song and images ordinary people who have done extraordinary things.

They ask the big questions: What was Henry Lawson’s mum like? What was the Eureka flag made from and by whom? Why is bushranger Captain Moonlite a gay icon? How old was the youngest soldier to die at Gallipoli? Why did Vegemite catch on? (this is a question a lot of people wonder about)



The Unsung Heroes of Australian History show has won hearts and played to standing ovations across Australia. These songs drip with the satisfying juices of solid research, spirited lyrics and sublime artistry.

(Clare Wright: historian, TV presenter, 2014 Stella Prize)


This show was exceptional … It was a real highlight of the National Folk Festival for me … I’ve loved history all my life and thought I knew a lot about these people. Now I know a lot more. Congratulations to all concerned.

(Trad and Now Magazine)


See you all on the night