You're on a winner with Mulga Bill...

Mulga is a true blue Aussie. Born and raised at Coonabarabran NSW, on the banks of the famous Castlereagh River. Mulga’s experienced both the harshness of bush life, and the bustle of the city, having worked from Mungindi to Melbourne. He’s travelled most of Australia and gathered a lot of seldom heard fair dinkum Australian material.

Australian bush poetry brought Mulga to the microphone in 2002.

He dared to be different and brought back into vogue the famous ‘Banjo’ Paterson poems, Tommy Corrigan, and, The Open Steeplechase.
They, along with Will Ogilvie’s His Epitaph - also known as, He Always Rode to Win - are Mulga’s ‘signature poems’ when performing to racing audiences.

Though Mulga specialises in entertainment for the horse racing industry, his enormous repertoire and versatility enables him to cater for a wide range of functions.

Mulga brings a new dimension to entertaining. That of the ‘all rounder’.
Comedian, story teller, poet, man of many faces and above all, he has ‘the voice’.
Mulga is the only raconteur to have won the ‘Johnny Johanson Memorial - Around the Camp Fire yarn spinning competition’ at Kyabram on four occasions. 
He was the 2011 Victorian Yarn Spinning champion.

In November 2014, Mulga completed his eigth year on the trot as a paid featured performer at the Maldon Folk Festival.

In March 2013 and again in 2014, Mulga was a paid featured performer at the prestigious John O’Brien Festival at Narrandera. 

Mulga’s been a consistent crowd pleaser at the Man from Snowy River Festival since 2003.

After 14 years at Bendigo, Mulga moved ‘bush’ to Argyle, near Heathcote Victoria, in 2006.