The Yuin Folk Club Inc is a not-for-profit incorporated association and registered charity, located on the Far South Coast of NSW. The Club promotes and presents folk music, dance and folk culture, reflecting the Aboriginal and multicultural aspects of folk music in Australia today. The club produces and organises the Cobargo Folk Festival each year, hosts an annual concert series featuring local, national and international artists and supports music education and development activities in Cobargo and the region.
Founded in 1995 by locals Elizabeth Andalis, Margaret Opie, Jim Macquarrie, Cec Cox and others, Auntie Eileen Morgan from the Yuin Community helped obtain permission from the local Yuin elders to use the Yuin name.
The Club organised the first Cobargo Folk Festival in 1996.
Membership costs $10 for a single person and $15 for a family. You can obtain a membership form here or contact the Secretary on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Membership benefits include an e-newsletter and discounts on YFC Concerts.