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Australia in the ABU TV Song Festival

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Australia in the ABU TV Song Festival

Member station Special Broadcasting Service (SBS)
Appearances 3
First appearance 2012
Last appearance 2014

The participation of Australia in the ABU TV Song Festival has occurred thrice time since the inaugural Special Broadcasting Service (SBS). Havana Brown, Justice Crew and Dami Im have all represented the nation at the 2012, 2013 and 2014 festivals respectively. In 2015, Australia withdrew from the festival.


  • History 1
  • Contestants 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4


SBS is one of the founder members in the ABU TV Song Festivals, having participated in the very first ABU TV Song Festival 2012.[1]


Year Artist Language Title English translation
2012 Havana Brown English "We Run the Night"
2013 Justice Crew[2] English "Boom Boom" and "Everybody" (mashup)
2014 Dami Im English "Living Dangerously"
2015 Did not compete

See also


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