The Bushwackers are Australia’s best-known, most-loved Australiana band, celebrating over 50 years of music.
The Bushwackers on The Voice Australia.
We are excited to share with you the news that Dobe and Roger performed on The Voice Australia, Monday August 21st at 7.30pm on The Seven network.
Singing Australia’s unofficial anthem, I Am Australian‘ which Dobe co-wrote with Bruce Woodley, of The Seekers, people might wonder why we are performing on Australia’s post-popular reality TV show.
Roll of Renown Inductees
The much-loved lively Australian bush band were recognised for their contribution to Australian country music at the Golden Guitars Awards in Tamworth on Saturday, January 23, with front men Dobe Newton and Roger Corbett overcome with emotion at the announcement.
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The Bushwackers 50th Anniversary Exhibition
The music that made us, the story that shaped us.
The Bushwackers 50th Anniversary Exhibition is a complete online anthology, a rich celebration of five decades of band members, music, discography, stories, images, video and a collection of lost tapes found in the attic.
Made with assistance from the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body, the exhibition takes a journey from 1971 until now.
BUSH DANCING WITH THE BUSHWACKERS
Bush dancing for schools
Why teach bush dancing in your school?
Bush dancing to the Bushwackers music continues to raise generations of Australian school kids, all learning to dance in playgrounds and school halls since the 1980’s.
• Creates a great connection between people of all ages.
• Fun, healthy, energetic and positive way to get exercise.
• Teaches listening skills, following instructions, working in a team.
• You can’t bush dance and be on your device.
Bush dancing music, tunes & calls
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In the spirit of reconciliation The Bushwackers acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.