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-Chris Duncan & Catherine Strutt
-Chris Duncan & Catherine Strutt
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Thanks so much for having us at your wonderful festival! We had a ball and enjoyed seeing all of our Scottish music friends who we rarely get to spend time with.
- Alison Buccheri
- Alison Buccheri
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Massive thanks to all the organisers and volunteers... You have made lots of people very happy 🙂
- Angela Preiss
- Angela Preiss
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Thank you to all musos who played, great to hear music throughout so many wonderful venues, fantastic atmosphere!
Mary McLelland
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Great weekend. What and amazing line up of talent. Still have a few songs & tunes going round in my head!
Kevin Clark
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Excellent Festival. Thoroughly enjoyed the music and events. Regards from Scotland. (2020 Virtual Fest)

Key festival team contacts

Dr John Menzies OAM, Festival Chairman.
Jordy Hickey, Festival Ticket Sales. 
Catherine O’Flynn, Festival Coordinator. 

Read all about it... website links and news articles.

2020 Corangamite Shire Council – Press

2020 Year of Scotland in Australia – Press

Victorian Scottish Heritage Cultural Foundation Listing

Travel Victoria – Listing

2019 Warrnambool Standard – Press

Community continues to celebrate Scottish history at Camperdown’s Robert Burns Festival. Community support has upheld Camperdown’s tradition of paying tribute to its early Scottish setters through a now entirely volunteer-managed festival….

2019 Scottish Banner – Press

Monument Australia – Press

2018 Warrnambool Standard – Press

2016 Festival Press – ABC

Our present holds our past...

A fundamental belief of the festival committee is that while we are contributing to our local Australian culture that has imported/colonial features it is most important that we respect and acknowledge First Nations peoples and recognise their continuous connection to Country, community and culture. The festival seeks to incorporate and honour the sharing of traditions, songs and stories.

‘Always Was, Always Will Be’ reminds us of the importance of the truth-telling which is key to reconciliation, and to creating a vibrant, shared present and inclusive future. Robert Burns was a passionate advocate for human rights, with a strong affinity to nature, and a creator/collector of local story… celebrating his works resonates; ‘A Man’s A Man for A’ That’.

Locally we also have the legacy of pioneering Scots, Isabella & James Dawson, whose championing of the Aboriginal cause in the 19th Century gives us a benchmark for the 21st Century. As our community continues to diversify we seek to celebrate the unique heritage of where we love and live.