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Event Category: School Holidays

Kingspray VR

Create amazing virtual street art with Kingspray – a virtual reality graffiti simulator, with realistic spray, colours, drips, metallics, and more. Unleash your creativity!... Read More

Felted Pot

Using coloured felt sheets and templates we will create and decorate a felt pot or trinket box. Suitable for ages 5+ Gold coin donation... Read More

Tie Dye Sharpie Shoes

Create your own tie dye style shoes. Bring along a new clean pair of white canvas shoes and we will get creative decorating with... Read More

Fun stitch for kids

In this workshop we will experiment with various basic styles of stitch, working on pattern and colour to create a special artwork. Using burlap... Read More

Spring felting with Krystyna Moore

Create your own felted Spring Garden picture. Wet felting is a beautiful process using natural materials. Using bright colourful and soft combed merino wool... Read More

Hand printing on fabric

Learn the exciting techniques used for printing on fabric using minimal equipment and materials you most likely have at home. With the aim to... Read More

Yarn Painting

Using yarn create your own colourful masterpiece, you can create a picture or just fill the page with random swirls of colour, abstract style! ... Read More

A Bug’s Life – Film Screening

Screening as part of our school holiday program, join us for this Disney Pixar classic. Flik (Dave Foley) is an inventive ant who’s always... Read More

Clay plate making

Ages 6+. $5 Using air dry clay we will form little plates and then, by pressing flowers and leaves into the surface, they will... Read More

Kite Making

$5 per person for kite making kit. Using Jo Davenport’s beautiful artworks from the Earth Canvas exhibition as inspiration, come along and decorate your... Read More

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1 Bay Road, Mount Gambier SA 5290
Phone 08 8721 2563

Monday to Friday 10am – 5pm
Saturday, Sunday & most Public Holidays 10am – 2pm



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We acknowledge the Boandik Peoples as the traditional custodians of the land we meet on today. We respect their spiritual relationship with the land and recognise the deep feelings of attachment our First Nations Peoples have with the land.

Image: Belinda Bonney, Reconciliation of the Nation: we all walk together as one (detail)