Festival of Small Halls has announced that Scottish duo The Jellyman's Daughter together with Ash Bell and Sara Tindley will feature on their upcoming Spring Tour 2019.
The tour will come to Julia Creek (November 10) and Hughenden (November 13) and producer Eleanor Rigden says they will see the same standard of arts and culture as their metropolitan counterparts.
"These towns are some of the friendliest, most welcoming places I have ever been to," Ms Rigden said.
"We're inviting people to come away with us, plan a road trip and really experience the double whammy of
this brilliant music alongside the country hospitality and hosts that just have to be seen to be believed."
Hailing from Edinburgh, The Jellyman's Daughter are one of Scotland's most innovative new exports and are looking forward to the unique exposure of the tour.
"We couldn't be more excited about our first tour of Australia," said band member Graham Coe.
"It will be both of our first times over there and we're looking forward to playing our music to a bunch of friendly Australian faces on the other side of the world, meeting some dangerous animals and finally getting to experience some (real) hot weather."
"We're also excited about getting out of the cities and seeing the diversity in the communities - touring is really the best way to properly experience a country and we're super grateful that we'll have the opportunity to do that in Australia."
Tickets on sale from 22 August 2019 at www.festivalofsmallhalls.com