$55 - $323Date and Time:
Saturday 03/10/2020, 12:30 pm AESTLocation:
194 Point Lookout Road
Ebor, NSW 2453
Peter L Barry is a dynamic bluesman who started his music career in the clubs of southern Thailand. Since returning to Australia he has settled in the Bellingen Shire where he writes, performs and records. Peter has most notably played alongside Roddy Lorimer (trumpet player for Eric Clapton, The Rolling Stones) and opened for Oka and Ash Grunwald. His song, “How We Used to Be” was a finalist in the Dolphin Music Awards. Peter is also the front man for The Peter L Barry Trio with Pete Skelton (Missy Higgins, Shannon Noll) and Danny Stitt (Uncle Jed). They play crafty, cruisy blues with passion and finesse. Peter is known for his unique soulful voice and punchy fingerpicking guitar style.
This October long weekend at Yaraandoo, Peter will be accompanied by virtuoso slide guitarist Jason Lowe (ABC Artist of the Year 2008) bringing you an eclectic mix of blues, funk, soul & rock’n’roll for your aural entertainment!
Enjoy a 2 course delicious menu at each sitting, using locally sourced produce by one of Armidale’s finest chef’s – Paul Malifert from Jazzamataz Catering. The team at Jazzamataz have been catering events in the New England area for the past 20 years. From Weddings, dinners, family celebrations, business and corporate events, Jazzamataz do it all!
Yaraandoo Eco Lodge is a place where people and nature become one. Nestled amidst the World Heritage listed New England National Park and Cathedral Rocks National Park, it offers state-of-the art accommodation and conference facilities in a peaceful bush setting. Accommodation consists of double, king or twin share rooms all with shared bathroom facilities.
Yaraandoo is blessed with 70 hectares of beautiful walking tracks that lead to rocky outcrops, rivers and streams.
There are also a wide diversity of walks in the six neighboring National Parks – New England National Park, Cathedral Rocks National Park, Guy Fawkes National Park, Oxley Wild Rivers National Park, Cunnawarra National Park and Dorrigo National Park.
Yaraandoo is also surrounded by impressive waterfalls and lookouts. Cathedral Rock National Park offers breathtaking views of dry eucalypt forest and granite outcrops. Wollomombi Falls boast the highest waterfall in NSW. After heavy rain it cascades 220m over the dramatic cliffs; the massive gorge fills with mist and the occasional rainbow. Ebor Falls are a 115m drop formed by a columned basalt rock. It is a great spot for a picnic, with stunning views of the Guy Fawkes River and Gorge country. Point Lookout is the highest elevation in the region; at 1,564m above sea level. It has spectacular views of the escarpment and New England National Park. On a clear day, you can see the Pacific Ocean, which is over 60km away. Beech Lookout oversees ancient Antarctic beech rainforest, including the tallest eucalypts in Australia. Wrights Lookout offers panoramic views of the Bellinger River and surrounding mountains. This rocky plateau is an ancient trachyte remnant of Ebor Volcano.
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FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT YARAANDOO ON 0455 347 600 OR ENQUIRIES@YARAANDOO.COM.AU