1. 'We're All Dried Up' was written and recorded by Quambatook Group School students in 2008 in collaboration with Hugh McDonald for the SFYS funded project 'Dusty Tracks'. The project involved Quambatook Group School, Lalbert Primary School and St. Joseph's Primary School (Kerang) and was initiated as a response to years of drought the Northern district of Victoria had experienced. Production of the video clip by Jamie Roberts and Cornerstore Media Productions, Bendigo.

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  2. 'You're Never Alone if You're a Koori' was written and recorded by students at Payika College, Swan Hill in collaboration with Hugh McDonald as part of the 2012 SFYS project Payika Perspectives. Video production by Jamie Roberts and Cornerstore Media Productions, Bendigo.

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  3. 'Country Life' was written and recorded by Lake Charm Primary School Students in collaboration with Hugh McDonald for the 2009 SFYS funded project 'Murray Mallee Magic'. The project involved Kerang Primary School, Lake Charm Primary School, and Lurrabit Group School and was initiated as a response to years of drought the Northern district of Victoria had experienced. Production of the video clip by Jamie Roberts and Cornerstore Media Productions, Bendigo.

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  4. 'Smoke on the Hill' was written by grade 3 and 4 students from Boort District School in collaboration with Hugh McDonald as part of the 2012 SFYS funded 'Beautiful Boort' project. Video produced by Jamie Roberts and Cornerstore Media Productions

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Northern District Song Writing Projects

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Songs from several projects ran between 2008 and 2012 throughout the Northern District of Victoria.

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