Local tourist and pocket guides, as well as individual brochures can be obtained from tourist information centres.
Look out for the Arts Trail Byron Bay brochure which showcases more than 20 designers and studios in the Byron Arts and Industry Estate, and the Tweed Art Trail brochure featuring local galleries, studios and public art locations, as well as local studios and artisans, where you can visit to see the artist at work, or to view and purchase works (maybe by appointment). Art classes and craft courses may also be available.
Liz Challis Art Highly original collages incorporating the use of antique French lace, vintage fabrics, ribbons, feathers, and more.
Soft pastel acrylics, vibrant abstracts in acrylic, and organic watercolours. Her work is represented in collections in Australia, France, England and Scotland. Visit Liz Challis Art to learn more and view current works for sale.
A NSW NPWS Historic Site open daily, features a mangrove boardwalk and walking track winding through the site and free use of picnic facilities with electric barbecues.
The Cultural Centre has a fine museum, and a shop offering aboriginal art, crafts and souvenirs. The shop and museum are open Monday to Thursday, 10am-3pm. $15 per adult, $7.50 concession and children
Home to the Margaret Olley Art Centre, touring exhibitions from capital city galleries, and public programs showcasing local talent, the TRG also displays previous Doug Moran Potrait Prize winners, along with other donated and purchased works.
Daily guided tours, and art classes, craft workshops and school holiday programs are also offered.
The galley has cafe and a gift and souvenir shop.
Open 10am - 5pm Wednesday to Sunday. Free Admission
Attention artists and craftspeople. Your customers and clients are looking for you here. Just 3 places available.
Contact us now about our "Creative Special" (less than 74 cents per day), and put your name in front of the many visitors to this directory who are looking for arts and crafts. Or ask about our multiple links package.