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Film Clips

In Partnership with USQ

Where we're going:

  • Dalby

  • Tara

  • Clifton 

  • Ramsay

  • Durong South

  • Warwick Central

  • Newtown SS

  • Meringandan



St Patrick's Way of Life

The 'St Patrick's Way of Life' was born when the Sisters of Mercy arrived in Allora on a steam train in 1916 and through faith and hard work this way of life still carries on today.
In the proud and peaceful farming community of Allora St Patrick's Catholic School is built on generations of family and a legacy of education that is now intertwined into the fabric of the School.
This is officially the new School song and marks the 2016 Centenary.


Dalby and the Bigger Picture

The atmosphere is electric when 140 students come together to proudly represent their community. 
Student's from all 5 Schools in Dalby have united to create 2 very unique, powerful and energetic music video's, with both songs developed through the imaginations of the students.  
'Dalby Jam' is a fast moving country/rock song where the kids play hard and showcase not just their music and dance talents but their sporting skills as well. The production was created with Student's from Years 3 to 6. 
Student's from all 3 High Schools in Dalby have united to create the emotive and inventive song 'The Bigger Picture'. 
It was such a moving experience to see and hear student's performing together from the combined Schools as well as boarders from as far away as Aurukun and Kowanyama.
Thanks to all 5 Schools involved: Dalby Central State School, Dalby South State School, Our Lady of the Southern Cross, Dalby Christian College and Dalby State High School. 
You will be blown away by the depth of talent forming 'the bigger picture' that is Dalby!!
Supported by The University of Southern Queensland, the Dalby MYCNC and the Dalby PCYC.

Are you ready for 'The Dalby Jam'.....the kids from Dalby play hard in this country/Rock jam featuring Primary Students from Dalby Central, Dalby South, Our Lady of the Southern Cross and Dalby Christian College. The atmosphere is electric when 80 students come together from 4 different Schools to proudly represent their community.
It's official.... DALBY ROCKS!! Supported by The University of Southern Queensland, The Dalby MYCNC and the Dalby PCYC.



BREAKING NEWS!!! Fairview Heights State School is celebrating its 20th year.....Growing together and Learning together as one big family. 
Check out this News Broadcast direct from the school grounds and sing along with the incredibly talented student's on their outstanding school song, 'Fairview Family'.



Wondai State School is an inspirational School where student's can aspire to great heights through self belief and teamwork. This powerful Song and Video Clip was created with the Student's and is part of a new vision to help inspire generations of Students in the future. 
"IGNITE your life and light up your mind" with Wondai State School.


Richmond - It's What Lies Beneath

When you visit and spend some time in the town of Richmond in North West Queensland you will discover that there is so much more to this community than what you see on your first drive through.  
100 million years of history lies just beneath the surface as well as a resilience and purpose within the people who have struggled through years of drought. 
With the stretches of sandy rivers and a beautiful lake on the edge of town Richmond truly is an Oasis.
Thanks to the Outback Moon Festival, Richmond Shire Council, Regional Express Airlines and the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal.


Clermont - Move with Life

For more than a hundred years the town of Clermont has learnt how to fight, whether it's for survival like in the 1916 floods or playing footy for the Bears, community spirit runs deep in this town.
After running a very close second to Kilkivan in the Australian Regional Community Competition back in March, Small Town Culture decided to make sure that Clermont got it's song and Music Video.
Now that spirit and immense pride is brought to life in "Clermont - Move with Life" through the voices, smiling faces (and dance moves) of the locals.
A massive thanks to Danny McKay from the Clermont Country Music Club, The Isaac Regional Council and The University of Southern Queensland. 


Waltzing in the Dusty Diamantina

Small Town Culture has collaborated with the children and local community of Winton to create "Waltzing in the Dusty Diamantina",  a song that is testimony to the resilience and fighting spirit of the locals.
The people of Winton have faced a devastating drought and also seen their beloved Waltzing Matilda Centre severely damaged by fire, but as the song suggests, they just keep waltzing along because that is who they are.
Small Town Culture is proud to continue creating Music and Film that celebrates life on the land and keeps alive the spirit and back bone of our heartland.
A BIG thanks to Rowan Gillies for your assistance in the filming of this production.
Thanks also to the Winton Shire Council, the Winton Shire Drought Relief Committee and the Winton branch of the ICPA - Isolated Children's Parent's Association.


Small Town Culture: Volume 1

Small Town Culture: Volume 1

This Album includes a collection of 17 songs from the 'Small Town Culture' label.
Most tracks are part of the Video Clip series and were written by Josh Arnold in collaboration with the School Student's and members of the communities in Regional Queensland.
The songs reflect the identity and unique spirit of the young people from South West Queensland ranging from Thargomindah to Charleville and Texas to Tara.
Enjoy the vibrant sounds and incredible depth of talent from these proud country kids. 




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