Sandy Point Music Club


A group of interested residents have banded together to form a Sandy Point Music Club. Their aim is to enhance the village atmosphere of Sandy Point by organising regular events at the Community Centre.

The plan is to encompass different styles of music to cater for different ages and groups with the main focus on having social and fun evenings. This is very important in a community and Sandy Point is pretty well a perfect size to allow this to happen.

As a result of running such events the group hopes to make a small profit with the proceeds being donated to worthy causes with some local connection. Profit from the first two events was given to the South Gippsland Hospital and later events to the Fish Creek Primary School music program.

The Music Group would love to hear from people with ideas and “special requests” for future events. For more information please email sandypointmusic@gmail.com

Upcoming Events

Christmas Carols with Greg Champion
Friday 21 December
Details later

On December 21st, Sandy Point’s annual Christmas Carols concert will again usher in the festive season. It seems, Greg Champion so enjoyed last year’s Carols that he has agreed to come back and compere the event for us once more. Santa will of course make an appearance on the fire truck in his red jacket and boardies, with lollies for the kids. Keep the date free and we will give you more details about this wonderful event soon.



Swipe Right

Saturday 19th January 2019
Doors Open 7.30pm, show starts 8.30 pm.

Tickets available now from trybooking.com


Swipe Right Cover Band are a fresh, new Top 40 corporate cover band on the Melbourne music scene.


Providing a diverse music offering with both male and female vocals, the band has a complete sound, which includes keyboard, allowing for an authentic and fulsome reproduction of all the biggest hits from the 80’s to today.


The mix of youth and experience sets them apart from other Top 40 cover bands, with a wide variety of songs from your favourite artists from each decade and today's radio hits.