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Southern Sons






Whale Watch $45 normally $62 1.30pm

Cruise with Dolphin Watch at Huskisson, NSW

1.30pm afternoon tea and coffee and biscuits included




Shoalhaven University Campus- George Evans Rd,  West Nowra,  NSW 2541


Official opening 10.15am by

The Hon. Shelley Elizabeth Hancock, BA, DipEd, MP

Bardic ceremony at 1pm (first time in NSW) is open to the public


Gorsedh Kernow exists to maintain the national Celtic spirit of Cornwall:


to promote the study of literature, art, music and history;

to promote the study and use of the Cornish language;

to maintain and nurture links with other Celtic cultures;

to provide a forum and encouragement to all who work to further these aims.


The Gorsedh is non-political, not affiliated to any religion, non-profit-making and, contrary to some belief, has no connection with Druidism or any pagan practices.

It exists solely to uphold the Celtic traditions of Cornwall and to honour men and women who have made outstanding contributions to Cornwall and its ancient culture, history and language.

Harpist at the Bardic ceremony

     Moira Lawry  (Assoc Dip Music Teaching)

Moira is one of Australia's foremost Celtic harpists. In over 30 years of performance and     teaching, she has recorded 6 albums that reference her passions for the music of Turlough O'Carolan, traditional Celtic, Jazz, Latin, Healing and World Music



Harp for Special Occasions

m:  0416 293 281 e: [email protected]    website: www.moiras-harp.com


Dancers at the Bardic ceremony

Le Pointe Dance Academy

Principal - Meryl Dalton-Papalos


Le Pointe is registered with the Australian Teachers of Dancing Lt (ATOD) and also the Capricorn Ballet and Arts Academy (CBAA) and offers examinations in all styles of dance through either or both these associations. Le Points is introducing Royal Academy Ballet (RAD) and Glenn Wood tap in 2012


Saturday night 6.30pm for 7pm

Dinner and Concert $45 at Worrigee House  - 209 Worrigee Road, Worrigee NSW 2541

If you are attending the dinner and concert you will need to be at

Worrigee House by 6.30pm.for 7pm

If you would like to come in Cornish dress this would be wonderful.


Your meal includes nibbles on arrival. Pasty dinner and dessert

also drinks are available at the bar


Celtic Concert entertainment includes

Cornish Choir

Manx and Welsh dancing

Irish harp

Scottish pipes and dance


Sunday morning

The Service and the singing of traditional Cornish hymns

will be conducted by Bill Phillips