The world turns... and WOMADelaide returns to its spiritual home in Botanic Park / Tainmuntilla! Join us among the Moreton Bay Fig trees for a cultural adventure for all ages, with a captivating program of more than 100 performances across seven stages, the Planet Talks forum, KidZone, art and cooking workshops, the global village & so much more.
Together we've grown up over 30 joyous years sharing the very best music, arts and dance from this diverse, eclectic and fascinating world of ours. Come and celebrate our 30th with the birthday party to end all parties - we've certainly all earned it!
First lineup announced and tickets on sale to public 11 November. SIGN UP FOR EXCLUSIVE ACCESS TO DISCOUNTED PRESALE TICKETS.
Federal Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie represents a regional electorate in South Australia that includes the Adelaide Hills, the Fleurieu Peninsula and Kangaroo Island. She is the Centre Alliance spokesperson for Family and Community Services, Disability Services, Housing, Ageing, Education, Agriculture & Rural Affairs, Indigenous Affairs, Arts, Sport and Youth.
Rebekha is a politician of firsts. She was the first Nick Xenophon Team (now Centre Alliance) member to be elected to the House of Representatives; the first non-conservative politician to represent the once safe Liberal electorate of Mayo since it was created in 1984; and the first woman to represent her part of regional South Australia since Federation. Before being elected to Federal Parliament, Rebekha worked as a paralegal, researcher, policy adviser and a manager of youth services.
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