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Channelling Riot Grrrl-era energy with a 2021 spin, Teen Jesus and the Jean Teasers are the most natural, unapologetic and damn likeable punk-rockers you’ll meet.

The group cut their teeth playing festivals including BIGSOUND, Groovin’ The Moo, Laneway, Falls, Lost Paradise & Spilt Milk, supporting a slew of Australia’s finest including Polish Club, Alex Lahey, Press Club, WAAX & more, while impressing with a sprinkle of standout single releases.


Having been a band since they were 12-year-old kids in Wellington, and now 12 years later living together in a share house in Melbourne, Bakers Eddy couldn’t be tighter friends. Bursting with youthful energy, swagger, a bucket load of hooks and an irresistibly charming sense of humour, rarely does a album sound as though the people making it are having this much fun.


19-Twenty have been whipping up a frenzy on the festival scene. They are electric. An infectious riff and groove based blue-billy-grass-rockin'-roots band.

 Constantly on the road or in the sky, they have toured seven times around Oz and performed gigs throughout Europe including Belgium, The Netherlands & Germany. 


Hailing from Jervis Bay, NSW, Debbies are a two-piece rock band comprised of best mates Noah Egan and Alex Robertson. The Debbies have fast become one of the most buzzed-about new names in Australian rock music after being named one of the five triple j Unearthed High finalists for 2019.


Guaranteed to have you rocking as much as you’ll be feeling, Satin Cali are one of the most exciting and charming bands emerging in Australia. With plenty of new music on the way and even rumours of their own podcast, you’re going to want to follow along as this four-piece craft their own lane.


Powerhouse rockers, Salt and Steel, fire up the stage with edgy, heavy, esoteric sounds. Their music fuses heavy rock with the earthy and grounded sounds of tribal, blues and roots music. They deliver this with solid drums, driving guitar riffs and intoxicatingly, fierce vocals. The two are all about music, travel and having fun. Salt and Steel begun as an acoustic duo when they desperately decided to give busking a go after the van they were travelling in broke down.


Huskisson singer songwriter & Producer Paul Greene has been a trailblazer on the Australian music scene. There is a story to tell from taking the road less travelled, and Paul Greene has turned that into an art form including starting his own record label, releasing 9 albums and an ARIA finalist for best Blues and Roots album that he Produced and recorded himself.

Calcite is a surf rock/reggae artist from Wollongong, Australia. His love of hip hop, surf rock and reggae, have informed his unique sound and seen him develop into a mature performer with a definitive musical voice.



Sleeping in vans, drinking beers at the beach, spending nights in the pub; Tommy Gun is the embodiment of the youth of Sydney’s southern beaches. For those craving summer nostalgia, this band is the sun setting on the horizon and the curtain drawn back, signalling the start of the show - and what a show it will be! 


Electric Ginger is singer, songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist, Greg Townley. A crowd favourite on the south coast his band has a reputation for outstanding shows. Electric Ginger is on the rise with a new album coming out soon. It’s packed full of more dance floor-ready anthems. If Moby and Magnum PI had a love child, it would be Electric Ginger.

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The Appointments meld reggae, rock, soul, and roots into a flavour of their own. Distilling infectious grooves and melodies into a sound that shatters inhibitions. Never one to shy away from a spicy rhythm and timeless hook, The Appointments' shows have folks dancing with strangers, and singing lyrics days after the show. 



The Tin Knees are the best band like ever. yeah. A powerful band from Dubbo/Wollongong/Sydney, although they can’t seem to stay in one place long enough to be classified as just one genre. But powerful is pretty close.


Benji and the SSS fuse pacific flavours with the raw sounds of the Australian East Coast. Add to this beautifully poignant lyrics and skillfully blurred genres and you have a sonic snapshot of the current South Coast NSW coastal lifestyle.

The NSW South Coast-based five-piece blends their love for feel-good atmospheres and upbeat rhythms to create a sound that is warmly familiar, but uniquely their own. Inspired by artists like Two Door Cinema Club, Last Dinosaurs, Parcels, and Tom Misch, Club Camèl are an exciting addition to Australia's thriving indie scene.

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Sincere, honest and a mess at the best of times, Australiana-folk artist Suzi is unafraid to kiss and tell. Serving up honest and relatable lyrics, weaved into high energy instrumentals, she creates tracks that will hold your hand through the darkest times.


The Sydney five piece incorporate violin and keys, creating original, literate indie rock that "at times sound like a cross between Okkervil River and Dexys Midnight Runners.

Engaging, emotional and witty, Kay Proudlove is an Indie-folk singer/songwriter with a heart-wrenching voice and an accidentally dry sense of humour. A display of honesty and a general acceptance of awkwardness, Kay's live performance is much like being invited to her lounge room



PALTO // GUISE are a five-piece alternative rock band born and bred in Dharawal Country // Wollongong, New South Wales. The local legends craft a butter smooth synergy that echoes a sweet nostalgia of classic rock infused with contemporary indie flavour. 


Bree is a singer/songwriter/guitarist from Newcastle NSW. Doing the rounds at local venues and functions, Bree has developed a confidence and sound beyond her years. Her music is inspired by artists including Dean Lewis, Ben Howard and Ziggy Alberts. 

Sunburst are a bunch of lads from Cronulla with a sound described as melodic 80s 90s grunge rock. Or something like that.



Joe Visser is a 17-year-old singer-songwriter from the south coast of NSW. He has been performing professionally since he was 13, and has been shortlisted three times for the ACMF national songwriting award.

From the NSW south coast, Grace is an award winning artist who graduated from the Tamworth Academy of Country Music in 2016 as their youngest vocalist. For over five years Grace has been leaving audiences amazed and captivated by her unique sound and emotive performances of originals and covers



Tayah Larsen is a musician from the Shoalhaven NSW influences range from Pop, R&B and ballads 

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LEO is a gorgeously authentic artist based in Wollongong NSW. With a powerful presence and enchanting voice, this acoustic folk singer-songwriter has audiences soothed and singing along wherever she goes.


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Surfboard Swap Meet


Got an old surfboard you want to sell? Looking to pick up a bargain? Want to talk about surfboard and shapes with shapers and surfers who know their stuff?

Then come along to our surfboard swap meet.


The swap meet happens on Saturday, 9am - 2pm in the old school park


Simply bring your boards up during the day  go to the swap meet area, say hello to the supervisor, put a price on your board and get amongst it! No fees involved!


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