Arts in Spring, Woodgate Beach

Woodgate, Bundaberg Area

28 September 2018 - 

Free Entry

The Woodgate Beach Arts in Spring is a fantastic weekend long event which encompasses an art exhibition, music and market stalls.

Art Exhibition (Friday 29 September to Monday 2 October):

The exhibition is a diverse curation of traditional to the contemporary paintings, drawings, printmaking, ceramics, sculpture, and jewellery.

Artists are either locally based in the Bundaberg / Woodgate
/ Maryborough / Hervey Bay area or from further afield in Queensland.

The Art Exhibition is open all weekend from 9.30am to 4pm. Entry is by gold coin.

Opening Night is celebrated on Friday night with a Cocktail Evening starting at 6.30 pm.

Concert in the Park:

Saturday afternoon from 1pm, bring your blanket and chairs for a concert in the park.

Sunday morning the music starts up again .

All these concerts are free with a Bar operating on Saturday afternoon. Tasty treats will also be available both Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning.

Spring Markets:

The finale on Monday 2 October will be their Spring Markets. All early birds can catch the delicious bargains either edible or hand made.

Markets open at 7.30am and go till 2pm.

Venue: Community Hall Park - Esplanade, Woodgate Beach

Event Dates

This event occurs annually:
28 September 2018
1 October 2018

Event Venues


Woodgate Community Hall
Address:
Esplanade
Woodgate
Queensland, Australia 4660

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

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