Sarina Tourist Art and Craft Centre

Sarina, Mackay Area

The Sarina Tourist Art and Craft Centre is located at the "Field if Dreams" Parkland adjacent to the Bruce Highway 34 kilometres south of Mackay and 314 kilometres north of Rockhampton. The location is ideal, as it is at the southern approach to Sarina.

Volunteers, which are all members of the Cooperative, operate the Art and Craft Centre. It is open for business 362 days a year from 9am to 5pm.

The Sarina Tourist Art and Craft Centre gained Accreditation as a 'Visitor Information Centre' in 2001. Thereby providing accurate and up to date tourist information on the Sarina area. Information on the Mackay and adjacent tourist regions is also provided. Self-drive tours of the area, taking in all the features of the shire, are also available.

The Shire of Sarina is well known for the quality of the art and craft produced by its very talented residents. Members of the cooperative sell their product through the Information Centre. Commissions from sales partly fund the operations of the Information Centre, while many artists form the voluntary staff. Visitors are astounded at the diversity and quality of crafts and many comment on this in the visitor's book.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking
  • Shop

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
"Field of Dreams" Parkland
Adjacent to Bruce Highway
Sarina, Mackay Area
Queensland
Australia

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