8-17 Dec - Taro Terahara Tour (Indian classical flute)

EthnoSuperLounge presents...

Swar Sadhana
Devotion to Raga

Taro Terahara & Shen Flindell

Indian Classical Bansuri & Tabla

Leaders in the thriving Indian music scene of Japan, these two artists' devotion to Guru, Music and Instrument will touch your heart, engage your mind and transport your spirit from calm to elation, in the true essence of Indian Classical Music.

Tour Schedule
Fri 8 Dec: Toowoomba
Sat 9 Dec morning: Ipswich
Sat 9 Dec evening: Gold Coast
Sun 10 Dec: Ewingsdale (Byron region)
Wed 13 Dec: Esk
Thu 14 Dec: Maleny
Fri 15 Dec: Maroochydore
Sat 16 Dec: Brisbane (Major Concert with Tenzin Choegyal - West End)
Sun 17 Dec: Brisbane (Home Concert - Grange)

Taro Terahara is one of the leading musicians in the thriving and highly competitive Indian classical music scene in Japan. Having played various wind instruments since childhood he took his initial training in bansuri with Pt. Hari Prasad Chaurasia’s senior Japanese disciple, Hiroshi Nakagawa, followed by lessons in India with Pandit Hari-ji himself. In recent years he has been taking instruction from Amit Roy, a sitar disciple of Pt. Nikhil Banerjee.

Taro’s music comfortably spans the full range from contemplative soulful alaap (slow non-rhythmic introduction) to exciting, rhythmic jhala (fast-paced finale). He has a great command of sur (tuning) and lay (timing), with the ability to compose innovative taans and tihais on the spur of the moment, yet all of this is tempered by a beautiful humility and devotion to the mood and spirit of the raga. His music both engages the mind and touches the heart.

Shen Flindell's tabla playing is noted for his clear sound, comfortable rhythmic sense, intuitive accompaniment, wide repertoire, adept bayan (bass) and a feeling of sincere devotion to Guru, Saraswati, Music and Tabla, thanks to many blessings from his Guru-ji Pt. Ashutosh Bhattacharya of Varanasi. Since 2002, Shen has been jointly based in Japan, India and Australia, and has performed with leading Indian classical artists in all three countries, including Smt. Raka Mukherjee and Ustad Ghulam Sadiq Khan.

On this tour, Taro and Shen will be joined by guest artists Indian vocalist Sulagna Basu in Toowoomba and Ipswich (Dec 8-9) and by Tibetan singer Tenzin Choegyal in Gold Coast (Dec 9), Byron (Dec 10), Maroochydore (Dec 15) and Brisbane (Dec 16). Sulagna Basu is
a multi-talented North Indian Kathak Dancer, Harmonium player and singer whose vocals span Indian classical to semi-classical to folk. Tenzin Choegyal is well-known all around Australia for his soul-stirring Tibetan folk and nomad songs, powerful voice and good vibrations.

NEW: Venerable Ngawang Rigzin Gyatso Rinpoche, a recognised reincarnated Tibetan lama, will give Medicine Buddha blessing for good health and Dharma Teaching at all shows except Maleny.

For further info including photos and video, please visit www.ethnosuperlounge.com/taro-in-oz

Concert Details

Fri 8 Dec: Toowoomba
Open 6pm @ Yoga Qld, 8b Herries St
§ with guest artist Sulagna Basu (Indian vocal)
Tix $15/$12conc
Sandra Kovac 3389 9334, 0411 015991 email: ds-info@optusnet.com.au

Sat 9 Dec morning: Ipswich
Open 10am @ Yoga Studio Nada, 11 Connors St

§ with guest artist Sulagna Basu (Indian vocal)
Tix $15/$12conc
Contact Sandra Kovac 3389 9334, 0411 015991
email: ds-info@optusnet.com.au

Sat 9 Dec evening: Gold Coast
Open 6pm @ Taj Oberoi's Lakeside Restaurant

(Lakeside, Robina Town Centre,
Next to David Jones)
in conjunction with Yoga in Daily Life
§ with guest artist Tenzin Choegyal (Tibet)
Fundraiser for Jadan Primary School, India
Tix $30/$25conc (incl dinner)
Contact: Push Oberoy 0416 137580 email: psoberoi@hotmail.com

Sun 10 Dec: Ewingsdale (Byron region)
Open 7pm @ Ewingsdale Hall
§ with guest artist Tenzin Choegyal (Tibet)
Tix $20/$15conc
Refreshments by
RawPower & Hari Har Chai
Contact Soul 0406 788944 email: souljourney108@yahoo.com.au

Wed 13 Dec: Esk
@ St Andrew's
Tix $15/$12conc
Supper provided
Contact Desiree 5424 1253, 0408 789190 email: desireem@bigpond.net.au

Thu 14 Dec: Maleny
@ Maleny UpFront Club
Contact Daniel Wilson
0438 945 766 email: motherearthevents@tpg.com.au

Fri 15 Dec: Maroochydore
Open 7pm @ Yoga in Daily Life 6/80 Sixth Ave, Maroochydore
§ with guest artist Tenzin Choegyal (Tibet)
Fundraiser for Sri Swami Austria Hospital in Jadan, India
Tix $20/$15conc (incl chai)
Contact Yamuna Jansh 54794833 email:

Sat 16 Dec: Brisbane (Major Concert - West End)
Open 7pm @ Core Yoga Studios, 43 Vulture St, West End
§ with guest artist Tenzin Choegyal (Tibet)
Tix $20/$15conc
Chai and snacks by Tulsi Fine Foods
Contact Shen 0415 106428 email: shen@ethnosuperlounge.com

Sun 17 Dec: Brisbane (Home Concert - Grange)
§ Pure Indian Classical Concert
Open 6pm
Email Shen for details

Tix by donation ($20 recommended)
Contact Ajit Mangar 3828 8085, 0418 784545 email: amangar@bigpond.net.au

Taro Terahara is also available for bansuri lessons and private concerts.
High quality bansuri flutes will be available for sale.
For further info contact
Shen 0415 106428

Further info at www.ethnosuperlounge.com/taro-in-oz


Sat 16 Dec Tallebudgera - Ganga Giri and special guests

Posted on behalf of Ken Jacob Promos...

Ganga Giri and special guests
Saturday 16th December
at Tallebudgera Valley Community Hall

Ganga Giri has recently returned from a hugely successful tour of Europe and Canada.

GANGA GIRI comes to the Gold Coast for a don’t miss event. For this awesome concert Ganga will have indigenous dancers performing with him and he will be supported by top class DJ Adham Shaikh from Canada.

Ganga's last Gold coast shows were huge and the Tally hall only takes 200 people so book your tickets early though MOSHTIX www.moshtix.com.au . I've personally seen Ganga Giri perform many times........including headlining at the Woodford Folk Festival on New Years eve a few years ago - truly an AWESOME performer and you will want to dance and dance and dance!!!

Based in Melbourne, Australia, Ganga Giri personifies the sound of the traditional Australian Didjeridu creating a powerful rhythmic style. The ensemble mixes pumping, percussive Didjeridu with fat tribal beats, funky dub bass lines with world percussion sounds to create a unique tribal-technological deep earth dance experience. Explosive and pulsating, at times ambient and flowing, the music is a multi-layered experience of complex grooves and raw natural sound that impel you to move to a beat so deep and so intense that it touches your very soul.

Ganga Giri's music appeals to a diverse audience of many ages & cultures. His music has been widely & wildly appreciated the world over.

Ganga Giri has performed and headlined at major festivals around the world including:
Vancouver Folk Festival, Canada
Boom Festival, Portugal
Sziget Festival, Hungary
Earthdance Festival, California
Weisen Festival, Austria
Shambahla Music Festival, BC Canada
A festados Mundas bei A Coruna, Spain
Voov Party, Germany
Zoom Party Cybertribal Festival, Switzerland
Welt Music Festival, Germany
Burning Man Festival, USA
Sea of Dreams, New Years USA
Joshua Tree Music Festival, USA
Paulusfeestan Festival, Belgium
Tollwood Festival, Germany
Carnival der Kulturen, Germany
WOMAD, Australia & UK
Earthcore, Australia
Every Picture Tells a Story, Australia
The Falls Festival, Australia (New Years Eve slot)
The Lizard Festival, UK
Dreamtime Festival, Germany
Okayama International Music Festival, Japan
Destination Dance Party, NZ
Edinburgh Festival, Scotland
The 2000 Olympics, Sydney, Australia
The Sultan of Brunei
Woodford Folk Festival, Australia
St.Kilda Festival, Australia
Exodus Festival, Australia
Rainbow Serpent Festival, Australia

Ganga’s didj sounds have featured on the soundtrack for the feature films Yolngu Boy (2000), Rabbit Proof Fence (2002) and on Peter Gabriel’s CD Ovo.

Experience the manic-organic, uplifting global dance grooves that are completely unique and are completely GANGA GIRI.
Ganga Giri is releasing his 7th CD ' Raising it Up" which will be available on the night.

Venue: Tallebudgera Valley Community Hall
611 Tallebudgera Creek Rd
Tallebudgera Valley
QLD (about 10kms inland from Burleigh Heads)
Take exit 89 on M1 Motorway, turn right onto Tallebudgera Creek Rd at IFS service station traffic lights, hall is 7.2kms on left

Time: Doors open 7pm ( Delicious snacks, meals & healthy non alcohol drinks available by Open Table Catering )
Show starts at 7.30pm through till 11pm

Tickets: $18 + BF -Limit of 200 pre-sale tickets so be quick to book online through MOSHTIX www.moshtix.com.au or phone moshtix direct 07 3117 0563

Ganga Giri spends most of his time playing big festivals throughout Australia and overseas. It is rare to experience such a musical master in a small venue like the Tallebudgera Valley Community Hall.

Cost at Door: $25 (if available) Children Under 15 Free

"Ganga Giri is a wonderful musician. I first heard him at a Womad festival and loved the mix of his ancient and primitive instrument with a wide range of great dance grooves. Ganga is really taking the didgeridoo to places it has never been before and developing a unique style of music" - Peter Gabriel

We look forward to dancin with you.

Keep On Smilin!

Ken and Debbie

Ken Jacob
PO Box 411
West Burleigh QLD 4219
Tel: 07 5533 8960
Fax 07 5533 8961


Sat 9 Dec Suffolk Park - East Meets West Concert with Greenlife + body perc wkshop

Posted on behalf of Greg Sheehan...

Saturday 9th december
Suffolk Park Hall

East meets West concert with
"Greenlife" - exciting percussionist Greg Sheehan, unique fiddler Laura Targett and acclaimed guitarist Steve Berry, playing fiery energetic music based on tunes from Ireland, Eastern Europe and America meet the Middle East when they are joined by special guests, master oud player, Yuval Ashkar, and Australias finest improvising violinist, Cleis Pearce.

A one-off special night!

doors open 7.30pm.
$12 / $10 conc.
refreshments available.
bring a cushion and your dancing feet!

*Also, during the day, Greg is running a Body Percussion workshop:
Learn to create your own rhythms and music through clapping, walking and a-rhythm-matics!
Creative games.
Rhythmic numbers and patterns (diamonds theory).
Suitable for musicians and non-musicians, beginners to advanced - all welcome.

Suffolk Park Hall
1pm - 4pm
$20 per person
for bookings and more information please contact Greg on 66803053 or email: gshee555@yahoo.com.au


Fri 8 Dec Durrumbul - Ganga Giri & Collective

Posted on behalf of Ku Promos...

Ku Promotions and Masterpeace Productions present their first co-production


Live/DJ sets by ADHAM SHAIKH
(Sonic Turtle Records, Canada)
Plus very special guest GAUDI (Interchill Records, Italy/UK)

Durrumbul Hall, Fri 8th December
Doors open 7.30 for Show at 8pm
Food and Drink by Coffee Oasis
Tickets $20 at the door only


Nov 29 - Dec 3 S.Coast, Bris, Bangalow - Steve Oda + Ty Burhoe (sarod + tabla)

Posted on behalf of Chris Hooper Promos...

The Yoga of Sound Performance &
The Art of Rhythm Tabla Workshops

These evenings of music in November and December, will feature the genius of Steve Oda on sarode and the inspired tabla playing of Ty Burhoe. The sarode is one of the shining stars of Indian classical instruments. Steve's deep knowledge of the tradition and his creative, joyous expression bring the ancient yogic states of meditation into contact with the intensity of modern life. The tabla is considered one of the most complex instruments on the planet and is capable of producing an amazingly sophisticated and melodious voice. Ty's playful and expressive playing style invites the listener to "let go", and come into rhythm with the heart. In addition, Ty will be offering The Art of Rhythm Tabla workshops.

For full details or to make a booking, please go to www.chrishooper.com.au

Auckland, New Zealand
Yoga of Sound Performance Fri 17th Nov

Melbourne, VIC
Yoga of Sound Performance Sat 18th Nov
Art of Rhythm Tabla Workshop with Ty Sun 19th Nov
Yoga of Sound Performance Sun 19th Nov

Adelaide, SA
Yoga of Sound Performance Wed 22nd Nov

Sydney, NSW
Yoga of Sound Performance Fri 24th Nov
Art of Rhythm Tabla Workshop with Ty Sat 25th Nov
Yoga of Sound Performance Sun 26th Nov

Sunshine Coast, QLD
Yoga of Sound Performance Wed 29th Nov

Brisbane, QLD
Yoga of Sound Performance Fri 1st Dec

Bangalow, NSW:
Yoga of Sound Performance Sat 2nd Dec
Art of Rhythm Tabla Workshop with Ty Sun 3rd Dec


Fri 1 Dec Bangalow - Circle of Rhythm

Posted on behalf of Ku Promos...

Circle of Rhythm
Friday 1st December
A & I Hall Bangalow
Doors open 7.30 for Show at 8pm
Food and Drink by Let Them Eat Cake
Tickets $18/$16 at the door only

Heralded as Australia's most exciting rhythm trio, Greg Sheehan, Bobby Singh and Ben Walsh, have between them changed the face of percussion in Australia. After ten years of defining and redefining what Australian drumming can offer the world they have formed a percussion trio with a difference, rich in culture from the various styles all three dynamic performers have spent their lives exploring. Don't miss out on seeing them.


Thursdays West End - Matt + Shen play Checocho (sarod + tabla)

My old sarod buddy Matt Noone is back from his round-the-world trip, so we'll be practising back at Cafe Checocho in Hardgrave Rd on Thursday evenings again. Please come and share the vibe!

Contrary to the (old) graphic above, we'll be starting at 7pm.

Cafe Checocho
69 Hardgrave Rd WEST END
Thursdays-7.00 onwards


Nov 29/30 Brisbane - African Drum/Dance courses begin

Posted on behalf of Talkin' the Drum...

4 week combined Drum and Dance course with Elliott and Josie.

In Africa drumming and dance are ONE, the rhythm and movement inseparable, the one mirrored in the other. These classes are dedicated to understanding this connection. Half of each class focuses upon the drumming & the other half upon the dance, as the rhythm is played by Elliott and friends. Participants are encouraged to learn both or may choose to focus on either side of this union.

Beginners are welcome to this course.

4 x 2 hour classes.
Wed nights Nov 29th, Dec 6th, 13th and 20th.
7pm to 9.30pm.
AHIMSA house, 26 Horan St. West End.

Cost is $70 for the course or $20 casually.
Drums are available for sale and to borrow by beginners.
Contact Elliott 0407 372 554

4 week Intermediate Drum course

These classes are open to drummers with significant experience in African drumming, particularly on the djembe. Ability to play a clear tone and slap is a must.

4 x 2 hour classes.
Thu nights Nov 30th, Dec 7th, 14th and 21st.
7.30pm ・9.30pm
Venue: St. Andrews Church Hall, cnr Vulture St. and Cordelia St, South Brisbane

Cost is $70 for the course or $20 casually.
Drums are available for hire and sale.
Contact Elliott 0407 372 554


Sat 25 Nov Cooroy - Jambezi CD launch

Posted on behalf of Jambezi...

Hi everyone,

Just letting you all know that Jambezi is set to launch their debut CD at the Cooroy RSL Hall on Saturday November 25th. This long awaited album features 11 tracks of up-tempo and joyful contemporary and traditional marimba songs from South Africa, Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Zaire. Featuring a variety of marimbas (wooden Xylophones), mbira (thumb piano), drums, percussion, brass, vocals and a hint of guitar, this is some of the happiest and fun music you're ever likely to hear.

Supporting Jambezi is Brides of Groove, who play dirty Balkan funk dance grooves on windsynth and digital drums. They are Linsey Pollak and Jess Ainsworth, joined by Ric Halstead on sax. With'm Rhythms, an up and coming group of young marimba players will kickstart the night. There will be delicious food and drinks available on the night. Doors open 7pm and the cost is only $10 to get in or $25 with a CD. Kids under 12 are free. More on Jambezi is available at our website www.jambezimusic.com or myspace www.myspace.com/jambezimusic

Hope you can join us for the celebration.

xx Fatima


Nov 24/25 Maleny/Coolum - Tijuana Cartel

Posted on behalf of The Art of Mother Earth...

TIJUANA CARTEL - Funky Flamenco World Dance Music www.myspace.com/tijuanacartelband

Friday 24 November Upfront Club Maleny 730pm $ 10 members
Saturday 25 November Sol Bar Coolum 830pm $12


SPANISH guitars didn’t exactly go with funky beats the way fish go with chips, however the breaks Tijuana Cartel are showing the world just how good the combo can sound.

In an era where appropriation is worn almost like a badge of honour, this Gold Coast act buck the trend and continue to expand, experiment and draw influence from an ever-widening circle of world and club sounds.

Vocalist and lead guitarist Paul George’s flamenco strings slither over some tastefully broken beats, combined with Carey O’Sullivan’s primo electronic production, and rhythm guitar, have resulted in the bands two albums. First was a self-titled 2003 debut ep, which was featured on triple j's Home and Hosed, and Groove Train, and now their 2005 follow up album Frequent Flyers has evolved.

This new record brings splashes of Middle Eastern vocals to the mix, alongside some lilting Moby-esque soundscapes and get-up-and-dance beatfests - a club-friendly selection without a dull moment.

Tijuana Cartel, introduce a somewhat intelligent and original sound to the ear, bringing flamenco guitar,slide guitar, MCs, percussion and scratch DJs to the live forum and their list of shows and residencies proves just how well their beguiling sounds cross boundaries.

Tijuana Cartel plays at the Upfront Club Friday 24th November at 730pm and then at the SolBar Coolum on Saturday 25th November at 830pm. Tickets available at the door for both performances. www.myspace.com/tijuanacartelband

Funky world dance tunes birthed from Flamenco guitar, MCs, percussion and scratch DJs. The music moves stylishly from sound scapes of the sub continent to more familiar sounds of blues, MC’s and hip hop beats, all spiced with an Indian spiritual mix. Slide guitar and Indian Sitar morph seamlessly into the hypnotic beats of western hip-hop. A nurturing wave of world sounds that you just can not stop dancing to. Travel the world in an evening and freedom shall be your souvenir.


Daniel Wilson
The Art of Mother Earth
Artist and Event Management
P O Box 997
Maleny QLD 4552
T: 0754 999 579
M: 0438 945 766
E: motherearthevents@tpg.com.au

Fri 24 Nov West End - Pulse feat. Kooii & Shen

I'm really excited about this - my first billing as "Shen" :-)


World Music Dance Party
Fri 24th Nov

joins together with

Get set to take off with Kooii. Inspiring music from the belly of Brisbane's melting pot of groove music. Singing songs in the swinging story.

Fresh back from another successful Japanese tour, Shen is keen to share his tabla grooves with you.

Queensland's hottest African Rhythm Ensemble - spankin' hides for dancin' feet!

African rhythm and dance en masse - led by Sana and Vanessa

@ The Drum
South Leagues Club, Jane St, Davies Park, West End
Fri 24th Nov
Doors open 7pm
Tix: $18 or $15conc.


Fri 24 Nov Pomona - qwerty

Posted on behalf of Linsey Pollak...

Friday 24th November, 7.30pm
The Futures Centre
Pavilion St, Pomona
(past Pomona Showground).
admission: $10

qwerty is the amazing improvising wordsmith Peter Rowe
with facilitated communication and soaring vocals by Terri Delaney
and live looping of WX5 windsyth by Linsey Pollak
and, for the first time, including live camera projection and vision mix by Chris Peckham.

Enter an 'improvortex' with the enigmatic qwerty as they cross, divert and skip musical and verbal boundaries creating totally improvised songs and musical stories.

qwerty is the amazing improvising wordsmith Peter Rowe with facilitated communication and soaring vocals by Terri Delaney and live looping of WX5 windsyth by Linsey Pollak.

Listen to "The Lonely Ones" (mp3 format 1.49mb)

qwerty is unique.
The process that occurs between the three artists is a first in Australia and more than likely a first worldwide. It is performance and musical risk taking in the extreme.
The lyricist, Peter Rowe has minimal verbal communication skills and uses facilitated communication (FC) to communicate with others. FC is a mode of assisted communication using a board with letters, numbers and some words on it, very similar to the set up on a computer keyboard.

It is on this board that Peter writes the lyrics. He improvises completely new songs by pointing to letters on the board that are read by Terri. This is done at breakneck speed that takes considerable practice and rapport. The words that Peter taps out are read and then sung by Terri. (Think about it a bit…….Peter is totally improvising a complete concert of song text, and……as Terri sings the words that Peter writes she is simultaneously reading the next ones). Her melodies are totally improvised in response to the music that Linsey is creating by improvising and “live looping” (playing, recording and building up complex layers of various sounds) using his WX5 (a midi windsynth).

All three artists agree that this is one of the most extraordinary projects that any of them have worked on…..they describe it as a process where the sense of self becomes blurred. The ego is consumed by the necessity of absolute group focus. It is improvisation in its purist form, where each performer must let go of any expectations or preconceptions. There must be no fear when stepping off the edge. It is a process that is undeniably liberating for the three performers.

When qwerty walk on the stage they don’t know where the performance will go. They have no idea of the song content or the musical style, let alone such details as key or time signature. Audiences are certainly taken on quite a journey, sometimes emotional, sometimes funny, sometimes philosophical, often intense and always musically eclectic. It is difficult for some people to accept that it all is being totally created in this way before their eyes and ears. Some people particularly find it difficult to understand and believe the process of Facilitated Communication. However it’s real…….extraordinary, but real

In the words of some audience members:

“Sublime joy! qwerty inspires a sense of awe and gratitude and reminds us that we are all one. A triumph of the human spirit”.

“qwerty takes the term "tune in" to a whole other dimension”.

“qwerty takes us on a journey through improvised words, music and voice that reaches into the soul”

'Few experiences are as deserving of being labeled 'A MUST' in the entertainment world as Qwerty. With sublime aesthetic, playful dynamic and infinite imagination, this
ever-ready team of improvisers challenge the moment, themselves and their audience on the threshold between necessary thought provocation and pure raw emotion. They have been a catalyst for more tears, laughter, hope and inspiration than I've ever seen in an audience.
The reason is because their work is disarmingly real in every sense of our perception and its reflection on our existence. It is quite simply evolutionary art.'
Carl Pannuzzo

Fri 24 Nov Paddington - KILN Launch Art Exhibition (feat. Donna Gee)

Posted on behalf of Donna Gee...

EXHIBITION COMING SOON!!! Beautiful Paintings ~ Sculpture ~ and all things creative!!

Opening Event::: 6.30pm Friday November 24
Continues Sat 25 + Sun 26 10am-4pm
Where: The Substation, cnr Enoggera Tce and Latrobe Tce Paddington.

More information below!!!! Hope to see you there!!
Donna Gee

The old substation at Paddington will fire up again in November with an art exhibition to mark the official launch of KILNcreative, a local artists and filmmakers collective. The brainchild of local filmmakers, Tom Francis, Imke Schueler and Maurice Powell, KILN was established in 2005 as a production company and since then has grown to incorporate photography and now the visual arts. With the introduction of artists John Morris, Danielle O’Brien, Travis Hendrix and Donna Gee, KILN will stage what promises to be the first in a series of regular art exhibitions.

Alongside stunning paintings, KILN’s first exhibition will feature exciting new work by KILN’s resident sculptor and best kept secret, John Morris. Morris works in wood to create outstandingly original figurative pieces with impeccable craftsmanship.

As well as working on private commissions and taking care of art-department for KILN’s TV and film projects, the visual arts team are focussed on working with interior designers, architects and public art agencies to create distinctive, innovative and creative outcomes. KILN’s focus is to connect clients with the highest quality art, photography and film

Danielle O’Brien, Travis Hendrix, John Morris, Donna Gee

Filmmakers: Tom Francis, Imke Schueler, Maurice Powell

What: KILN Launch and Group Art Exhibition

When: Opening Event 6.30pm Friday November 24

Continues Sat 25 and Sun 26 10am-4pm

Where: The Substation, cnr Enoggera Tce and Latrobe Tce Paddington.

Further Info: Ph Tom Francis 0404 699 370 or Danielle O’Brien 0410 476 371


m 0409 545 537
e info@donnagee.tk
w www.donnagee.tk