Muster up – toe tapping fun is back

Get your blundstones on and pack your Akubra because the Argyle Diamonds Kimberley Muster is back on in Kununurra until May 21 and organisers expect around 3,500 people to head north during the region’s peak tourist season. The Airnworth Kimberley Moon Experience on May 13 is the pinnacle event of the Muster, set on the banks of the Ord River, with a crowd of 2,500 entertained by a talented line-up including Kate Ceberano, The Australian Army Band-Darwin, James Blundell and ex-weatherman Tod Johnson and his band. If that’s not enough toe tapping fun for one evening, The Note suggests visitors attend the Muster’s very own Idol Talent Search as well as the B Visual Bush Magic Film Festival with screenings of homegrown short films. Lucky visitors can also enjoy a blast from the past when former Perth Wildcats legend James “the Alabama Slammer” Crawford hosts the Garnduwa Ord Valley Muster Basketball Carnival.

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