Smiles all round

There are smiles all round at rehearsals for the 2014 Mortlake Muster. If the audience has half as much fun as this lot, it will be a fantastic night!

Tickets are still available at the Mortlake Newsagency or by contacting Ann Dodds on 03 5599 2498. More details are on the Ticket Sales page.Muster2014Rehearsal171

Click on the images below to see more action from the 2014 Mortlake Muster rehearsals.

Photos courtesy of Paul & Mirren Munn

 

The Mortlake Muster 2014

Mortlake Muster 2012 - Photo courtesy of Paul Munn

Planning for the 2014 Mortlake Muster is well underway. The theme for the 2014 event is A Drover’s Life.

In the tradition of “The Drover’s Dream” we present an evening of traditional Australian poetry, songs and stories performed by a magical combination of horses, riders, actors and musicians.

Join us on the Equestrian Field at Tea Tree Lake, Mortlake on Australia Day Weekend, Saturday, 25th and Sunday, 26th January 2014. Gates open at 8:00pm with live music until the show start at 9:00pm or when dark.

Limited raised seating is available or bring a blanket or chair for the grassed area.

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Photo courtesy of Paul & Mirren Munn

Mortlake musters up a crowd

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Talented Mortlake locals, of the two and four legged variety, have again put on a fantastic evening of entertainment.

More than 1200 people (turned out) to see a spectacular two-hour night-time muster of local equestrian talent, singers, actors and dancers called The Drover’s Return on Australia Day evening.

Read more in The Standard

Photos courtesy of Paul & Mirren Munn

Triumph for Muster

Muster-Man-and-Woman-01The 2012 Mortlake Muster was a huge hit with locals and visitors alike.

THE rumble of hooves, cracking of whips and music from a bygone age echoed around Mortlake on Australia Day.
With the district’s finest talents on display, the 2012 Mortlake Muster rose above all expectations and proved that the town can continue to deliver spectacular live events.
Over 1200 ticket-holders turned out for the new-look event, which brought together the best horseback riders, actors and musicians for an extravaganza that celebrated Australian heritage.

Read more in the Mortlake Dispatch

Photo courtesy of Paul & Mirren Munn