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Members of Voyager holding out heir hands with confetti falling down

The Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) Australia announced today that Voyager has been selected to represent Australia at Eurovision, the world's biggest song contest which attracts more than 160 million viewers to the global broadcast.

Voyager will be the first ever musical act to represent WA and the first ever band rather than individual performer representing the nation.

The music video for Voyager's Eurovision song, Promise, was partly filmed in iconic WA landscapes such as the bright pink Hutt Lagoon and Kalbarri National Park, including Natures Window.

Voyager is traveling to the UK through the State Government’s Contemporary Music Fund, which assists homegrown artists with projects that produce and promote their work and build links nationally and internationally. Tourism WA has assisted with the video’s production

The 67th Eurovision Song Contest will be held in Liverpool, United Kingdom from 9 to 13 May 2023. Ukraine's Kalush Orchestra won the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest in Turin, Italy, with their song Stefania. This year, the United Kingdom will host the competition on Ukraine's behalf with the theme United by Music.

Australia has been participating in the Eurovision Song Contest since 2015. The previous entries have all been solo artists including Guy Sebastian, Jessica Mauboy, Kate Miller-Heidke and Dami Im.

Voyager are described as a 'genre-transfiguring act' with keytar solos and bombastic drumming.


Page reviewed 27 February 2023