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Bring the flavour of Sydney right to your doorstep with the Sydney Icons. Areas of speciality include Australiana. These professional stilt-walking performers can show off Sydney in style while displaying Sydney’s favourite destinations including Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Tower. The Sydney Icons are perfect for international events and festivals.

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An icon of the Australian outback, whipcracking is the traditional tool of the trade for Australian stockmen. Our professional Whipcracker is now available for live shows and roving events. Areas of speciality include Australiana. Using seven metre long whips, our Whipcracker can perform an endless array of tricks including target cracking, imitating Australian animals, even nursery rhymes. This top Australiana show makes for a cracking good yarn!

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Bell Bird Bush Band is an all-Australian act performing authentic Colonial Songs and dances, with dances being called by the band. Instruments include piano, accordion, tambourine, harmonica, lagerphone, guitar, mandolin, saxophone and violin. The band has been established for 20 years and has vast experience playing for bush dances, festivals, concerts, weddings, schools, clubs, pubs, birthdays and more. Areas of speciality include Australiana.

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The Waves are a wind filled sail, the wing of a bird and the call of the sea. Fluid and magical these elegant stilt dancers hover above, washing over us – calm and fresh. Areas of speciality include Australiana. Great on waterfront areas with a light breeze, parades and summer festivals.

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The Gumnuts are well known as the leaders in Australiana and Celtic shows. Areas of speciality include Australiana. The Gumnuts work with the aid of an interpreter when performing to a Japanese audience but they also work for most part without a safety net as the shows are always made very visual and music being the universal language it never fails to entertain.