Story of QMF

The Book of the Festival

Then Dad put me on his shoulders - the story of the Queenscliff Music Festival


a story by local resident, researcher and author Sue Beeton

112 pages, 58 colour photos. Foreword by Sarah Carroll the Ukulele Queen of the Bellarine.

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THEY CALL ME QUEENIE. It wasn’t a nickname I chose for myself, but one I’m really happy to have. I grew up in the town of Queenscliff in Victoria, but that’s not how I got my name. It’s far more interesting than that.

Every year for most of my life, I’ve gone to the Queenscliff Music Festival. That’s where a lot of the significant events in my life happened, from very early days right up until now. So I’m really passionate about the festival and I’m thrilled that our next generation, my children, will also have the same fantastic experience. 

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