Season 2024

Singing in the Night


Saturday 18 May

This majestic concert showcases opera’s best loved hits among the deep history of Camden Park Station. The historic 18,000-acre working cattle station boasts 360-degree views of uninterrupted horizon. The venue has played host to everyone from the country’s first stockmen to Queen Elizabeth herself.

On this very special evening, audiences will be enchanted by the voices of classically trainted singer-songwriter Kate Miller-Heidke, tenor Rosario La Spina, soprano Rachelle Durkin as well as Shaun Brown, Hayley Sugars and a host of other artists as they perform alongside the University of Queensland Pulse Chamber Orchestra joined by musicians of the Queensland Symphony Orchestra.

As the sun sets over the desert backdrop, the performers will be illuminated by the spellbinding colours of the Outback. Get out your cameras, this is Insta-worthy on a grand scale.

Opera Queensland’s Festival of Outback Opera is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland, the Outback Queensland Tourism Association and Haymans Electrical. EVENT BUS TRANSFERS Need transportation to and from your event? Book one of our bus transfers under the 'What's on' tab.

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