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Politicians and writers, historians and TV personalities, sporting stars and local heroes come together for lively nights of banter and celebration. Under the watchful guidance of quiz-mistress extraordinaire Jane Clifton, we uncover the fascinating and surprising facts about Victoria, and celebrate this
demisemiseptcentennial occasion in style!

Featuring our Guests
Gerard Callinan
Noni Hazlehurst
Dave O’Neil
Scott Rossetti
Josh Earl and
Melinda Buttle

Held at:

Esso BHP Billiton Wellington Entertainment Centre

100 Foster Street, Sale

Phone: 03 5143 3200


Josh Earl

Josh Earl is a comedian with a very weird family. His latest show for children is called My Family is Weider Than Your Family. And believe us, he’s not lying.

Scott Rossetti

Scott Rossetti is the mayor of the Wellington Shire Council.

Gerard Callinan

Gerard Callinan is a broadcaster with ABC Gippsland. Gerard has been a fixture of the ABC Gippsland team since September 2000, when – while the world was busy watching the Sydney Olympics and Cathy Freeman – he became the rural reporter for the region. Over the next three years he learne... Read more

Dave O'Neil

Dave O’Neil has been a fixture of Australian comedy for more than 20 years including appearances on Spicks and Specks and Randling. Dave is a regular on ABC TV’s Spicks and Specks and has appeared on Channel 10’s The Panel, Rove Live and Channel 10’s Comedy Festival Gala. In 2012 he appe... Read more

Noni Hazlehurst

Noni Hazlehurst is one of Australia’s favourite actors and presenters. The much-loved Playschool presenter, Better Homes and Gardens host, and celebrated film, theatre and TV actress has enjoyed a wide-ranging career. The winner of four AFIs (Little Fish, Waiting At The Royal, Fran and Monkey Grip... Read more

Melinda Buttle

Mel Buttle is a comedian and writer. She has a weekly column in the Courier Mail and has written for ABC’s Ronny Chieng International Student, the Drum, ABC3’s You’re Skitting Me, Please Like Me and Network Ten’s This Week Live. Mel has also appeared on Network Ten’s The Project... Read more

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