UOW: busking culture enriches a city

By Desirée Savage
Updated April 29 2016 - 11:04am, first published 10:30am
Lucky country: “It’s much nicer to busk in Australia than other places” says Picaro Humbert. "If the music is good nobody’s going to complain, when the music is bad and ... super loud you’re going to get trouble.” Picture: Sylvia Liber
Lucky country: “It’s much nicer to busk in Australia than other places” says Picaro Humbert. "If the music is good nobody’s going to complain, when the music is bad and ... super loud you’re going to get trouble.” Picture: Sylvia Liber

Buskers enrich city living while most of the performers think current laws are a fair way to regulate their industry, according to a new study from the University of Wollongong.

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