FOUR WINDS FESTIVAL | MARCH 24-27 2016


Four Winds appoints David Francis as Executive Director

David Francis says ‘I am delighted to be joining Four Winds where I will help lead this dynamic organisation into its next exciting chapter. '

Originally from the UK, David has built his career developing and nurturing organisations across the arts sector. David moved to Australia in 2014 to take up the position of General Manager of Sydney  Philharmonia Choirs Limited.

On commencing with Four Winds in mid-September, David expects to move to the Bermagui region, together with his partner and their two Whippets."

Read more about David’s appointment

Next event at Four Winds:

Griffyn Ensemble presents | "The Dirty Red Digger"
Friday 3rd July at 7:30pm in the Windsong Pavilion

Adults $25, students & pensioners $20, 16 years and under $12, family $70
Tickets available online here...
The Griffyns offer up a unique perspective on the First World War, by combining such unlikely bedfellows as music, football, history and social politics. The Dirty Red Digger is a potent and cohesive narrative told through music, spoken text and film that highlights the social pressures and challenges that faced Australians both then and now.

Check out highlights from the Dirty Red Digger concert - Conscription, Class War, and Rugby League.

Take a look at the 2014 Four Winds Festival

A beautiful overview of the festival, including behind the scenes interviews with Italian cellist, Giovanni Sollima.
Created by Bill Brown. This film runs for 22 minutes.

We have so much to show you, and a sublime program to make your heart sing.

2014 Program

Outstanding national and international artists performing new and old music from around the world.

Four Winds Artists

Read about food & wine, directions, parking, childcare, disabled facilities and more.

Festival Information

Roo sextet having a pre-show nibble at the Windsong Pavilion
Photo by: Robert Tacheci


Windsong Pavilion interior
Photo by: Robert Tacheci

NATURE'S CONCERT HALL

Four Winds Festival is more than just exquisite music. It’s more than just a gathering of some of the finest musicians from around the world.

It’s also about a very special place we call Nature’s Concert Hall; 30 acres of open and wooded parkland, an open-air amphitheatre with grassed tiers that drop gently down to a stage framed by a lake that reflects the changing colours of the sky and is home to the frogs that sing along.

The new Windsong Pavilion, a purpose-built indoor recital hall, is now ready and available for year-round events and performances. The completion of the Windsong Pavilion and the Sound Shell marks a new beginning for Four Winds and the opportunity for us to secure our place in Australia’s musical life and identity.

The site will become an important centre for our community, the region and beyond, where world-class cultural events will play out against the backdrop of our beautiful surroundings.


Venue for Hire: Four Winds Festival Site

Core to Four Winds aim is to make the Nature's Concert Hall site at Barragga Bay, including the indoor Windsong Pavilion and the outdoor Sound Shell venues, a place to celebrate community, culture, arts, performance and entertainment whilst contributing to the greater good of the region and the music landscape in Australia and the world. 

Four more information regarding the hire of one or more Four Winds venues please contact the Four Winds Venue Hire Team on venuehire@fourwinds.com.au or ph. +61 02 6493 3414.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Regional Development Australia Fund, Festivals Australia, and the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.