Other places to visit



Gympie Regional Gallery

Housed in the beautiful 1905 School of Arts building, the Gympie Regional Gallery has been a cultural hub for over 25 years. The Gallery showcases an ever changing program of professional and emerging artists from our region and around Australia. Drop by or join in an array of art classes, talks and tours. Free entry, all welcome.

Address:  39 Nash Street Gympie
Hours: 10am-4pm Tuesday-Friday, 10am–2pm Saturday
Phone:  07 5481 0733
Email:  gallery@gympie.qld.gov.au
Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/GympieRegionalGallery
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gympieregionalgallery
Website: Gympie Regional Gallery – Gympie Regional Council
Good to know: Wheelchair accessible. Accessible amenities. Off-street parking.

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Mary Valley Art Festival | 25 - 28 July

Experience what the creatives of the Mary Valley and beyond have to offer at the 23rd annual Mary Valley Art Festival featuring over 200 artworks$5 entry.

Hours: 10am-4pm
Address:  14 Edward Street, Imbil
Email:  info@maryvalleyartfestival.com.au
Website: Mary Valley Art Festival - Mary Valley Artslink
Good to know: $5 entry. Wheelchair accessible.

Mary valley art festival

Kandanga Country Club

Head under Kandanga's unique double bridge to visit Kandanga Country Club where you can wine and dine, camp, enjoy a game of bowls, and admire art exhibitions. During Studio Trails the club is hosting breathtakingly vibrant canvases by artist Amanda Brooks.

Address:  4 Bowling Club Road, Kandanga
Phone:  07 5484 3253
Email:  admin@kandangacc.com.au
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kandangacountryclub
Website:  Welcome to Kandanga Country Club | SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE

Kandanga country club

Kandanga Cemetery

Enjoy a quiet walk around Kandanga's history cemetery, take in the ambiance., and be surprised by the colour of the surrounding plants and gardens.

Address:  2325 Mary Valley Rd
Email: info@kandangacemetery.com.au

Kandanga cemetery



For all enquiries please contact

Gympie Region Studio Trails 2024 is a Council Initiative under the Regional Artists Development Fund. The Regional Arts Development Fund is a partnership between the Queensland Government and Gympie Regional Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.

This project was made possible by the Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund, provided through Regional Arts Australia, administered in Queensland by Flying Arts Alliance.



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