Tag-along 2022

Black Opal Country to the Dinosaur Capital


Lightning Ridge

Our Meet and Greet


The opening of this year’s tag was marked at the Meet and Greet by a lone piper.


Some of the taggers, owners of the 63 caravan, enjoying the introduction to their fellow taggers and the professional artists on tour.



Graham Rodger




Alan Percy



Gus Olding




Sherri Olding





Happy hour at the Dirranbandi Retreat and Caravan Park with complimentary pizza.




Sherri and Gus (AKA Frock n Troll) performing on a truck trailer on a freezing night.  Our concert was cut short due to the cold night.


Prizes for the fund-raising raffle held at Dirranbandi in support of the local hospital.





Kathleen and Jim win the much saught after souvenir an engraved slab of timber which was kindly donated by our raffles and Happy Hour organisers Marj and Pete.


Congratulations Kathleen and Jim.



Our tag became stranded in Cunnamulla for a week due to the rain and we were very grateful for the efforts of our Fearless Leaders and the management of the Warrigo Riverside Tourist Park for all the re-organisation they had to do to accommodate us all for the additional four nights.

The ground was wet and muddy but our spirits were high.  We had regular Happy Hours in the camp kitchen with games including Bingo, Ukulele sessions entertainment by our taggers and raffles in support of Alzheimers Research.

We were able to have a concert in the Shire Hall but the lighting was too poor for good photos. We were able to sneak in one extra formal concert in the Caravan Park.





The rebirth of the infamous “Don’t Press





Two good friends enjoying the concert from the dress circle.


We held our traditional “Long Table Dinner” on the lawns adjacent to the camp kitchen.




Preparing the spread.


The hungry taggers begin lining up.


Maeya at her debut public performance.









Many happy memories were relived as Graham and Deirdre performed their own Happy Hour  in the grouds of the
Cobb and Co Caravan Park.









The limited facilities open to us made it impossible to have a formal concert in Charleville.  However, the concert presented to the taggers by Graham and Deirdre in the Caravan Park was so special that no formal conert could have topped it.



We held a concert open to the public at the Blackall Showgrounds.  The venue did not allow us to take many photos.  However we managed to get a photo opportunity wit Graham, Sherri, Gus and Rodney.