Gallery of Photographs from Previous Festivals
Other contributing photographers: Bill Quinn, Bob McInnes, Sheila McInnes
Copyright is retained by the photographers and The Yuin Folk Club Inc. The same applies to all images throughout this website. However, we give permission for the fair and non-commercial use of the low-resolution images on this site, providing both the photographer and the Cobargo Folk Festival are acknowledged. For example, a performer might wish to use some images on their own website or publicity material or a tourism based organisation might wish to promote local events. In such cases, a link to the Cobargo Folk Festival website would also be appreciated. For the commercial use of the images or requests to obtain high-resolution versions of the photographs you will need to obtain permission from the photographer. Please send such requests via the website manager. The images of the 2006, 2007 and 2008 festivals in this gallery represent only a small sample of images available for those years.
We are looking for photographs of the early years of the festival in particular. If anyone has any and would like to see them in this gallery, please contact the website manager. Also if you have any good quality photographs of subjects not already included in the years featured, we may also be interested.
1. Moving your mouse cursor over the thumbnail image will reveal the caption for the image
Photographs from the “village era” (2003 and earlier)
Prior to 2004 the Festival was held in various venues within the Cobargo village precinct
These have yet to be uploaded.
We only have a limited number of photographs from this period so contributions to this gallery would be appreciated. If you have any photographs of the early festivals to offer please contact the website manager
In 2004 the Festival moved to its present location at the Cobargo Showground
To view the gallery for a particular year, click on the date:
or you can go to the gallery page and scroll through the various years
The 2011 & 2012 photo galleries are external webpages created by photographer Prem Samira