top of page
by The Random 20

The Coonabarabran Local Aboriginal Land Council partnered with 2357 Development Group to bring a 2 Day Music Video Workshop to the Youth of the Coonabarabran Community.

Adam, the lead singer of Chocolate Starfish along with Mel and Ash taught, inspired, collaborated and produced with our youth, The Random 20 (their chosen band name) to create their own song 'Our Endless Power'.

The verse lyrics and choreography were all created by the youth themselves and we are very happy to share with you all the finished product.

The youth who attended should be congratulated on their leadership, teamwork, inspiration and the respect that was shown towards everyone over the two days.

Workshops and events cannot happen without the help of volunteers, Caroline, Michelle, Phil, Charlotte, Kodi, Cat - we cannot thank you enough your help.

Thank you to Vivian Evans for bringing this vision and workshop to life and always being a supporter of the Coonabarabaran LALC.

This project was funded by the NSW Government Regional Youth Holiday Break Program 2024 Summer & Autumn.


Brandon Nixon, CEO

Coonabarabran Local Aboriginal Land Council

Resources for learning the song and joining in a future community Flash Mobs

The Random 20 are calling on all of Coonabarabran to join in singing and dancing together this local youth created song. We are hoping that by the Christmas Spectacular we will have a Random 200 singing and dancing along.

Print and download the lyrics and music to learn the song then drop down to a Community Garden Meet up for a 10am run through of the chorus moves. (3rd Sunday of the Month at Neilson Park)

THE RANDOM 20 - OUR ENDLESS POWER Coonabarabran 2024.png

Western Plains ABC

Jess McGuire's interview with Adam Thompson & workshop participant, Callum 

18th Jan 2024


2WCRFM 99.5 Community Radio

Rob Dean interview with Vivian Evans Discover the back story of the project.

20th Jan 2024


Coonabarabran Times

Photos and story by Georgia Spence to come

25th Jan 2024 Edition

Proudly Coordinated by Coonabarabran Local Aboriginal Land Council


Proudly supported by 2357 Development group Inc.

2357 Development Group Inc Logo-final-Tagline-01-01.png
bottom of page