Before starting her career, Louise had singing lessons at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music, where she learnt opera. This gave her a good grounding to be able to sing all genres of music, which, for more than 30 years, has been warmly welcomed by music appreciating audiences all over Queensland and overseas.

Louise Winton Sings now brings the experience to you, at a time and place to suit, through House Concerts and Fundraising Concerts. 

Louise has recently founded and is the Director of The Goomeri Community Choir (click here to find out more)



Louise followed her passion for musical theatre and embraced countless lead roles in most of the well known musicals, presented by theatres all over  Brisbane and Townsville. When the spotlight wasn't shining upon her as an actress, the lady known for her bubbly personality and infectious laugh, compered many a karaoke event, allowing others to explore their 'talent'.

While living in North Queensland, Louise was booked weekly to perform at Latitude 19 Resort, Magnetic Island. She was also the guest artist for fundraisers held by the Variety Club.

Louise was a popular, regular performer at The Opera House in Jersey in the Channel Islands and attracted many followers in the UK. A recent tri[ overseas has increased her fanbase greatly, with new followers in Singapore, London, Paris, Austria, Jersey (Channel Isles) and Hong Kong.


In the late 90s, when the late night performance scene became an obstacle in raising her family, Louise created a daytime business opportunity. The creation of HoneyBun, the brightly dressed children's edu-trainer, with blue hair, captivated and changed the lives of hundreds of thousands of children for approximately 15 years. Louise wrote the scripts and songs for 13 educational shows that she performed in the early childhood sector all over Queensland. Louise, as HoneyBun, gained enormous respect from organisations such as ACT for kids, RSL QLD, Australian Dental Association, Queensland Ambulance, just to mention a few.


Sharing her passion for acting and performing, Louise also developed a low cost drama school designed for primary school aged children to be able to write and perform their own productions in front of their own family and friends. Many of her students became school leaders and have furthered their skills in acting, singing and performance.



Performance highlights include:

  • Louise has been the guest performer at a number of fundraising events for Cancer Council.

  • She sang the National Anthem at a major sporting event at Suncorp Stadium

  • Louise was the invited soloist for Her Majesty's 90th Birthday celebration for the Acting Governor General of Australia

  • Chosen from over 650 voices, Louise was one of the soloists for Brisbane Sings 2016.

  • Louise is regularly invited by RSLs, to perform both Australian and New Zealand national anthems as well as her own thought provoking military focused compositions.

  • Louise has been booked as the Musical Director for the Mango Hill Christmas Extravaganza, December 9 2017. This event is expected to attract over 3000 people. Louise will be sponsored by LJ Hooker, her gown and jewellery will be sponsored by A Formal Affair and her hair and make-up will be sponsored by Marquillage per Le Var.

  • The Armistice Centenary Commemoration, November 2018, was a spectacular event, with Louise Winton as Director of Entertainment. Louise wrote the script for and coordinated this fully funded presentation.


Louise is often asked to sing for memorable occasions such as weddings, funerals and birthdays.

Her non-invasive style makes her a perfect choice as an entertainer where live, easy listening background music is required.

Louise has sold over 500 copies of her CDs worldwide.


Louise followed her passion for musical theatre and embraced countless lead roles in most of the well known musicals, presented by theatres all over Queensland.


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