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Last week the MusoMagic team hit the road again, this time to visit Western College's Alesco school in Dubbo. Alesco schools provide a unique experience for students to complete their schooling in a more personal, relaxed, and less institutional environment. No bells,...read more
The school emblem at Timber Creek school is the sea eagle, hence, when MusoMagic strolled into the beautiful NT community late March, we wrote a song about the brave, determined nature of a sea eagle. We even made a huge pair of glittered wings in Timber Creek colours...read more
When John and Ash were told they were doing MusoMagic workshops in Katherine, they had no idea what this little town had to offer! Forget Kings Canyon! Forget Kakadu... Katherine is nature’s eye candy!!! I think I just wrote a Katherine tourism song with...read more
Up top end of the NT, next to the Roper river lies the beautiful community of Jilkminggan. It has just come to the end of wet season so everything is beautiful and green. Jilkminggan is the first community in a long time that we've come across with a green, grassy...read more
Motivate and unite your students through the power of music! Motivate and unite your students through the power of music! For Students: Build confidence and self-esteem Develop leadership skills Enhance literacy and creative expression Have fun while learning...read more
Areyonga, what a gift! The vast ranges and mountains that surround and constitute Areyonga are truly a sight to behold, greeted by wild brumbies and ghost white donkeys as MusoMagic made our way into this little community as if they were the spirits and or protectors...read more
MusoMagic returns again to Golden Square Primary School in Bendigo!! This was the first time Leesa and Yorke had visited GSPS, but one of many in the history of their relationship with MusoMagic. The team arrived Wednesday afternoon to set up, and to brief the...read more
Papunya or Warumpi is known for it’s talented residents; in visual arts and performing arts. Aboriginal dot painting originated in Papunya in the 1970s and is now internationally recognised as a unique style of painting to western central desert artists. While we were...read more
What... A... Drive! Departing early Sunday morning from Alice Springs, Ashlee, John and Yorke made the long trip along the Sandover Hwy from Alice Springs to Alpurrurulum - right on the QLD border, and close to Mt Isa than anywhere else. On any other country's map,...read more
What a beautiful little community! Small in size, big in heart! Some of the teachers we met here have been in Laramba for 20 years, and you can tell why - everyone is so warm and welcoming! Laramba's school believes in positive reinforcement - the carrot not the stick...read more