Teachers and Leaders of Australian Ukulele Groups (TALAUG)

Additional Info

This network of people leading ukulele groups and programs around the country was created in October 2012 as part of the Newkulele Festival in Newcastle, NSW. Many thanks to Mark and Jane from Sum of the Parts Music, who have initiated the network.

Want to stay in touch?  The first TALAUG meeting suggested an informal network (that is to say, no elected committee or incorporated body) which uses the UkeOz group and the Music in Communities Network as a 'home base'.

Contact Alex Masso (Music in Communities Network)

Music in Communities Network

If you're a ukukele group (or any kind of community music group) you can become a member of the network. Click here fore more information.

Anybody can join our mailing list, click here to get monthly updates from us.


This is a Yahoo group - see http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/ukestras/join

you will need a Yahoo user ID to join.  This is an online community with over 100 members, well worth joining if you're running a group. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

This is an informal network of Teachers and Leaders of Australian Ukulele Groups, as the name suggests.  This includes not-for-profit community groups, professional teachers working in the community and schools, people running uke groups within institutions (eg. nursing homes, churches) and anybody else interested in running ukulele groups.

The first forum was held in October 2012 in Newcastle.  There are no formal plans for a second gathering but the members agreed that getting together face-to-face is worthwhile for everybody involved.  The "pencilled in" plan is to meet in Brisbane in 2013.

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