Alpha31 Art Gallery and Sculpture Garden

Tinana, Maryborough, Fraser Coast Area

At Alpha31 they offer art, created by our award winning artists, in a great variety of mediums, including, oil, acrylic, mixed media and pastels. Original designed glass art using quality glass.

Over 100 sculptures in all manner of materials, including, sandstone, limestone, hebel, concrete, timber, wire, pottery. Make yourself comfortable in their mosiac armchairs and enjoy the ambiance of the semi rural setting of Alpha31 Art Gallery and Sculpture Garden.

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
All yearWednesday10am - 4pm
Thursday10am - 4pm
Friday10am - 4pm
Saturday10am - 4pm
Sunday11am - 4pm

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Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
31 Alpha Plantation Road
Tinana, Maryborough
Queensland
Australia

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