Heaps Decent is an Australian organisation empowering young people through skills building, cultural access and creativity. 

Working with underrepresented and marginalised youth, our participatory program of music and visual media activities provides a pathway to discovery, personal growth and agency through self-expression. 
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Nina Las Vegas

Co-founder of Heaps Decent and social media personality Nina Las Vegas was forced into music by her parents in Wagga Wagga, NSW. Nina brought her piano skills to Sydney and entered the exciting world of radio production, and hosted two national radio shows on triple j. In 2015 she started her own music label, NLV Records, and continues to pursue her career as a solo artist. Nina is an inspiring role model for young people, and continues to mentor them in creative enterprises.

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Spotlight On: Princess Atlantis

Introducing our first feature artist for 2022: Princess Atlantis! The genre-bending sensation chatted with us about her first live performance, and we got the inside scoop on her influences and her musical journey so far.

City of Sydney funding for Home Base

We are excited to announce that we have received funding from the City of Sydney for Home Base workshops covering the essentials of music production and recording. Participants will be able to access a range of current equipment and technology while working with our skilled music producers. We will be commencing workshops once we can […]



Diplo Bridge Climb Competition Terms & Conditions

Win Tickets for Bridge Climb Terms and Conditions 1. Entry is open to Australian residents only aged 18 and over. Only one (1) entry per individual will be accepted. 2. Promotion commences 23/09/19 and final entries close on 25/09/19 at 10am 3. To enter participants must re-post this photo, describe why you want a ticket […]


A couple of weeks back, Warner held a special  screening of Major Lazer’s Give Me Future documentary, which takes a behind the scenes look at their momentus Cuba show.

Emma Walker

‘Element Song V’, 2017
paper, marine ply, ink, paint, graphite, wax and desert ochre
37.5 x 31cm (framed)

Daniel Boyd

‘Untitled’, 2017
oil, archival glue, charcoal and paper on linen
51 x 70cm (framed)

Ondine Seabrook

‘Four White Gums’
oil on canvas
102 x 81 cm


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Iain Dean

Process Painting #7, 2016
67.5 x 49.5
Oil and clay on canvas

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