Over time, the Galleries and Art Groups in the North Burnett Shire are proposing to establish a recognisable Art Trail, from Mount Perry, Biggenden, Gayndah and Mundubbera, through to Eidsvold and Monto, identified by signs with a variation of the following logo:
In the meantime, visit North Burnett Regional Council’s website for information on the arts scene within the Shire, at northburnett.qld.gov.au/art-trail
Further information on the arts scene in the North Burnett can be found on the Facebook pages of the following:
School Hut Potters (Gayndah); Arts North Burnett; Biggenden Arts and Crafts Centre; Mundubbera Regional Art Gallery; Monto Museum of Art; Monto Art Group and also at Monto, Ridgey Plains Art Gallery.
We are thrilled to have our first sign up in Gayndah! This amazing piece of art was painted by 15-year-old Indianna Hitchcock, the daughter of local veterinary surgeon Nathan Hitchcock, on whose building the sign has been installed.
“Kevin Apps and Don Waugh from Gayndah Men’s Shed who not only put the sign up but cut and prepped this board and several others. Thanks guys!”