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2 Great Events Coming Up at Kyvalley Hall

Kyvalley Community Park & Pool present the ‘Passionate Fools’ in concert.

- Unfortunaely this event has been postponed until further notice  

Wendy Jackson and Peter Hisco, both well known on the music circuit are seasoned musicians, passionate about what they do. They combine extensive instrumental skills with close soaring harmonies while swapping  and changing on an array of stringed instruments – guitar, double bass, fiddle, mandolin, banjo and ukulele. They are a versatile and dynamic musical duo who cover a wide variety of musical styles – swing and jazz to a touch of blues; bluegrass and old timey; or Hawaiian and Motown featuring uke and double bass. They’re full of energy, and have a great time while they play, which usually means others do too! 
In the Kyvalley Hall,   Bookings will be essential once date confirmed- Tickets $20, (includes afternoon tea) available from Bev 58521853 / 0417 360 687 or Beryl 0408 137 635


Kyvalley Residents Past, New and Present are invited to the Annual Kyvalley Community Dinner on Sunday August 21st at noon in the Kyvalley Hall. $22 per adult and kids $11. Catered event so please book with Bev 58521853/0417360687 or Beryl 0408 137635 or and follow the prompts. 

A Kyvalley Progress Association event.


Tickets for both events may be purchased by direct debit as follows:

Bank Account Name:   Kyvalley Swimming Club Inc
BSB:                             633 108
Number:                      1091 51316 
Reference:                  Please include your name and Concert and/or Dinner
If paying by Direct Debit please email us using the 'Contact Us' link with your name and how many tickets you have purchased for what event. 
Tickets  will be available at the door on the night of the concert or by other arrangement.


The Kyvalley Community is at the heart of a small rural district in the irrigation area of the Goulburn Valley in north central Victoria. It is a closely settled, highly intensive irrigated district, once famous for its orchards but now principally a dairying district with only a few orchards remaining.

Kyvalley today is a reflection of the hard work of those who came before us and established the district with what little they had. It has seen a great deal of development and change over the years but it remains a vibrant community adapting to meet the challenges facing agriculture and small rural communities in Australia today.

Each year there is a relaxed Australia Day Ceremony held at the Park and Pool. The Pool is open to the public, with fun and games organized for the kids. Community dinners, concerts, and meetings in the Hall are other regular features.