Music Entertainment

Enjoy music entertainment by local artist around the grounds during Woolorama. There is something for everyone's taste. Contact organiser Amber Ness for more information on 0409 629 041 or


Chris Edmondson

Solo artist. Specialising in conversational style performances, the strength of his show comes from his ability to engage with the audience.

Stolen Seeds

The music ranges from old and traditional songs and world songs via country and slightly jazzy tunes to their own compositions, which are usually received well, even the odd ‘rock n roll’ number from time to time thrown in.
Brenton plays guitar and Laura plays an acoustic bass guitar and occasionally the chromatic accordion.

Lost tails


The Lost tails are a young group returning again to entertain the crowds with their musical talent.
Jake Maroney (guitar and vocals), Lydia McIntyre (keyboard and vocals), and Brooke Heenan (vocals) make up the band ‘Lost Tails’.  All the band members are in Year 12 at Bunbury Catholic College. They play all kinds of music but their selection is mostly songs that you can play to acoustic guitar. All three band members sing and write their own original songs as well as perform covers of popular artists. ‘Lost Tails’ performed at Wagin Woolorama in 2015 and are excited to be here again in 2016.
Performing in both Food Courts both days-FREE.



Media Releases

Luke is a winner!
Luke Hall, 26, has won the zone competition of the Rural Ambassador program.

Top Show
In perfect autumn weather 21,500 people attended Wagin’s big event on 10th and 11th March.