Hi All,

The good people at Turrakana Tasman Arts are hosting a Bush Dance at the Koonya Hall on 8th October as part of Mental Health Week.  Please find attached a poster with more information.  A similar thing was held last year, this year’s promises to be even better. 


Can you share this through your networks please, and for more information or to enquire about tickets, contact Turrakana Tasman Arts.






Jess Dallas

Governance and Strategy Manager

(Deputy Emergency Management Coordinator,

Recovery Coordinator)


Tasman Council

1713 Main Road   Nubeena   TAS   7184

Ph: (03) 6250 9204

Email: [email protected]

Tasman Email: [email protected]

Website: www.tasman.tas.gov.au


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