Buskers & Community Groups
Aireys Inlet Market is proud to support the following Buskers and Community Groups.
Melbourne-based duo 'The Carlisles’ entertain market visitors with a live mix of originals, classics and toe-tapping greats! Led by Irish-born guitarist/singer Cyril Moran, with backing vocals and support on the cello from Alina Jonas, The Carlisles play vibrant music with a great mix of folk, contemporary and original songs with an emphasis on vocal harmonies. Cyril plays regularly at Irish Pubs in Melbourne and The Carlisles are in high demand for weddings and private events. Bookings: 0412 934 621
A great addition to the market - we are pleased to welcome Torquay based singer, Joely to the Aireys Inlet Market community.
Barb Noelker heads up Barbarella and the Misfits. A rocking fun band that make sure you (the audience) have the time of your life.
Evan Jones and Tony Prowse
Evan Jones & Tony Prowse have been performing as a guitar duo at the Aireys Inlet Market for a couple of years, with a repertoire of jazz, soul, gospel, country, R&B (whatever feels good).
Nalu is a young Surf Coast musician and has grown up playing the Bjembe, so it was a short leap when he came across a HandPan. He was instantly hooked, saved up for a year and is now enchanting people of all ages with his soft and melodious beats.
Aireys Inlet CFA
Aireys Inlet Rural Fire Brigade was established June 12th 1948 and has been protecting the Aireys Inlet and surrounding communities ever since.
For further information on volunteering, current restrictions, latest news visit our website.
Aireys Inlet RAR
Aireys Inlet - Rural Australians for Refugees. Rural Australians joining together to make a real difference to refugees and asylum seekers in Australia.
Women supporting women, their families and the community. Friendship, skill learning/sharing and fun! The Surfcoast CWA meet on the first Friday of the month at Anglesea Community house at 11:30am unless an alternative venue suits the activity.
Friends of the Hooded Plover - Surf Coast
Friends of the Hooded Plover Surf Coast are a group of dedicated volunteers overseen by Birdlife Australia. We work directly with Birdlife Australia and local public land managers including Parks Victoria, Great Ocean Road Coast Committee and Surf Coast Shire to help to educate the community about the plight of the Hooded Plover as well as monitor and warden hoodie sites between Pt Impossible and Eastern View along Victoria's picturesque Surf Coast.