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little voices big dreams

An uplifting documentary about children's choir in a remote corner of outback Australia and the fragile world of possibility that is childhood.

Moorambilla voices

Moorambilla Voices is a not-for-profit multi-arts program inspiring the children of rural and remote communities in North West NSW.  At its heart are two primary school choirs and a secondary school ensemble that work with leading arts organisations from around Australia to deliver a unique performing arts experience. 

Find out more about Moorambilla Voices and their inspiring work.


The Moorambilla Voices program is geographically centred in the regional, remote and very remote regions of western NSW, Australia.

Michelle’s epic audition tour covers over one third of the state and the local government areas of Bogan, Bourke, Brewarrina, Central Darling, Cobar, Coonamble, Dubbo, Gilgandra, Narrabri, Narromine, Warren, Warrumbungle and Walgett.  Annually, she visits over 55 schools in 30 towns.  

This region is designated as outback and remote. 

It has the highest proportion of young people (aged 5-14) as a percentage of population in NSW. 

It has the highest proportion of indigenous children in the state.  

Forty percent of the population are designated as low income. 

Because of the vast distances between small population centres, the region currently receives no professional musical touring programs. Nor does the region have access to organised music except in an very few number of schools.   


The Moorambilla Voices is a unique and special opportunity for young people to share their creative selves in an environment that empowers them beyond their wildest dreams. We love that you've been touched by the film and want to help more children participate in this program.

Your donation will make a HUGE difference to a child who has the ability, talent and passion to think big and dream wide. Click on the button below, and you'll be taken to the Moorambilla Voices website with instructions on how to contribute.