Festival organisers everywhere think that their festival has a unique quality and we at Patchewollock are no exception.
We pride ourselves on the cultural exchange between visitors, locals and performers who all get to experience the key elements of life on the edge of vast Mallee national parks in North West Victoria, enjoying activities such as camp oven tucker, camping and – just to be different – sheep racing.
This year the Patchewollock Music Festival will be held from the 19th to the 21st of October.
There are three entertainment stages: the main stage where quality acts such as Jeff Lang and Neil Murray will entertain visitors in a laid back, relaxing atmosphere; a blackboard stage where visitors can showcase their hidden talents; and a children’s stage catering for the younger generation.
“You’ll never go to another festival quite like Patche. It’s remoteness, its outback feel… it’s a winner. I had a hoot, and I wish I could sing at it every year,” says country and folk musician Greg Champion.