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    Some great photos can be purchased from
    Warragul & Drouin Gazette

    With some fresh marching instruction, the band looked and sounded terrific leading the ANZAC parade in Warragul. A special mention goes out to our buglers, who represented the band at various services around the shire.

    2015 October 18th saw the first Bandstand Sunday event at Federation Square. Warragul put on a pleasing performance in our afternoon time slot. A nice write-up can be viewed at Music Australia's website.
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    • 2011 June 18th 40th Melody Night

    What a terrific concert!
    CONGRATULATIONS to everyone involved in our 40th.

    The Presentation, the Programme, the Playing and the superb standard of all our "Guest Artists". 
    We could not have had a better "big O" (40th.)
    We appreciated the ready help we received from our five friends who boosted key spots in our ensemble.

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    • 2011 April 30th Gippsland Arts Festival (Gippsland Band Group Fun Day)
    Thanks to all the travelling folk from other parts of Gippsland, giving us a strong Massed Band presence. Beginning with a morning tea and productive rehearsal, we took on the challenge of "swaggering" our way through a balloon garden in Civic Park as three separate bands, before accompanying a rooftop piper, and then on to our Arts Centre concert. A great effort by all involved.
    • 2011 April 25th ANZAC Day (Warragul & Bunyip)
    We were in for a real treat! Not only did Mr A. do the Last Post on a beautiful original 1st World War Bugle at the dawn, Warragul and Bunyip services, but also gave us a fresh perspective on what the 2nd World War meant as guest speaker.
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    • 2011 March 20th Rose Garden Concert Pleasant Sunday Afternoon in Morwell
    What a gorgeous day we had performing amongst the delightful rose garden in Morwell. Although we only numbered 14 (plus a couple of friends), by all reports the band sounded great.
    A pleasant Sunday afternoon indeed!