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Mother’s Day tree planting biggest yet

The beautiful weather held for Mother’s Day tree planting with a big crowd, lots of great music an a record number of trees put in the gournd.

Youth a key component to Mullum Music Fest

Eighteen-year-old Aysha Ndiaye, pictured, took up music and singing at school only two years ago. She wowed youth mentorship judges from the Mullum Music Festival, and will now be mentored by Shelly Brown.

Young winners at the Mullum Music Festival announced

Young people will be taking to the stage once again as part of the Mullum Music Festival’s youth mentorship program that has been supporting...

Callout to young musicians

Creating a connection between young and established musicians is a key part of the Mullum Music Festival and has proven its worth over the last eight years.

Young women to take centre stage at Mullum Music Fest

This year it’s young women who’ll step into the spotlight at Mullum Music Festival with four out of the five categories in its Youth Mentorship being won by up and coming female musicians.

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