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The Bellarine’s Artists studios, artist collectives and local galleries will open their doors to art lovers on the Melbourne Cup long weekend 29-30th October 2022. Opening Hours 10am-4.00pm

Download each of the 2 maps to explore the trail –

 

BELLARINE ARTS TRAIL MAP
– OCEAN GROVE & BARWON HEAD
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BELLARINE ARTS TRAIL MAP
– POINT LONSDALE & QUEENSCLIFF

 

Barwon Heads Arts Council (BHAC) is excited to bring back the event, after it was postponed in 2020 and 2021 due to Covid.   The Bellarine Arts Trail will take place  across four participating towns.  Barwon Heads, Ocean Grove, Point Lonsdale and Queenscliff, will host 32 venues, and over 60 artists.

The newly opened Barwon Heads Arts & Community Hub, 5 Clifford Parade Barwon Heads, will host the A Taste of the Trail Exhibition – an opportunity to get a taste of the style and range of art on show at the 32 venues, grab a map and plan your arts trail weekend.

Download an Arts Trail Map above or pick up a Bellarine Arts Trail Map at the following venues:

  • Visitor Information Centres – Wool Museum Geelong, Flying Brick Cider House, Wallington, The Hub Queenscliff
  • Barwon Heads – Starfish Cafe,
  • Ocean Grove – Driftwood Cafe
  • Queencliff – Borough of Queenscliffe Office
  • All participating artist venues

The Bellarine Arts Trail is an initiative of the Barwon Heads Arts Council and is proudly supported by the City of Greater Geelong and the Borough of Queenscliff.

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