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Live at the Farm – Manduway and Joey Leigh Wagtail

  • 8 Jun 2024

  • 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  • $20 adults, kids under 14 free

Archive presents 'Live at the Farm', the winter edition.
Outdoor live music sessions at the Eungai Creek Buffalo Farm.
Free entry for kids under 14
The Buffalo crew will be cooking up wood oven pizzas as well as their full menu and have their licensed bar open for drink purchases.

JOEY LEIGH WAGTAIL (performing with his band)
A sincere artist with timeless quality, intricately weaving heavy sentimental lyrics into an eclectic musical tapestry. Joey Leigh Wagtail has created a seemingly effortless sound that tears at your heartstrings then stitches them back together again.

893rd generation Dunghutti man, coming from Kempsey, NSW, Australia. He grew up surrounded by natural beauty; a safe haven for nurturing his creative instincts. From early on, his family offered encouragement and an introduction to the musical geniuses of history for creative nourishment. Inspired and unassuming, he listened closely and learned from those around him, slowly but surely honing his skills and developing into one of the most versatile talents in the country.


The Gumbaynggirr and Barkindji singer/songwriter Manduway transports his audience with his multi lingual lyrics, warm vocals and silky skills on the piano.
Performing for more than 10 years in various bands Manduway has now found empowerment in writing and performing his own music influenced by his Indigenous heritage.

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