Boutique gallery spaces, expansive regional art installations and celebrations of local artists and creators are all on the burgeoning list of arts and cultural offerings in Noosa.
Local and internationally-acclaimed artists sit side-by-side in the thoughtful gallery space, within the Noosa Regional Gallery. Curated exhibitions are on rotation here, and regular term-time and holiday programs ensure that kids can fall in love with the world of art.
Exhibiting works from local and regional artists, from painters, to sculptors and visual artists (and everything in between), the hinterland arts scene is flourishing thanks to a sprinkling of small gallery spaces, including The Cooroy Butter Factory and the Pomona Railway Station Gallery.
Dotted between the boutique stores and restaurants, a handful of niche gallery spaces are brightening up the region, including The Gallery Eumundi on Hastings St, and Arcadia Street Gallery holding shows in Noosaville, who both exhibit a curated selection of mainly Australian artists.
Be immersed in the Noosa art scene, each October. Take in the breathtaking art in the environment installations at Floating Land (biennial), meander through artists’ work-shops at Noosa Open Studios, a self-drive trail across the region, and discover community art at Tall Trees Cooran.
From the coastal villages of Noosa Junction and Tewantin, to the hinterland towns of Cooroy and Pomona, towering, colourful murals can be found tucked away down laneways and splashed across main streets.
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