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Uncover the creative side of the Gympie region

Take a rare opportunity to explore behind the scenes of the private studios of the Gympie region’s artists and artisans and discover a hidden side of the beautiful Gympie region. Meet the artists and share the secrets of their creative process.

Gympie Region Studio Trails is an annual initiative of Gympie Regional Council that invites visual artists, artisans, heritage workers and designers to open their studio doors and share their passions. Join us for Gympie Region Studio Trails 2024 and discover one of Australia’s most vibrant and resilient creative communities.

Official Opening – Gympie Region Studio Trails

Join us at Gympie Regional Gallery on Saturday 29 June from 3pm-5m to celebrate the opening of Gympie Region Studio Trails 2024.

  • Date: 29 June 2024
  • Location: Gympie Regional Gallery, 39 Nash St Gympie
  • Cost: Free
  • Time: 3pm-5pm

Trail Bus

Enjoy the Studio Trails journey from the comfort of a passenger seat. Gympie Regional Gallery is running a small bus to a curated selection of studios. The bus departs Gympie Regional Gallery at 10am each Saturday in July, returning at approximately 2pm. Limited places. Bookings essential.

  • Cost: $15
  • Contact Gympie Regional Gallery on 07 5481 0733
  • Bookings required. Book online here.

Trail Bus Dates 

  • Saturday 6 July - Trail 1- Gympie and the East
  • Saturday 13 July - Trail 2 - Gympie and the West
  • Saturday 20 July - Trail 3 - Gympie and the North
  • Saturday 27 July - Trail 4 - Gympie and the South

Quick Reference

Click here to download a handy quick reference for the studios and their opening dates

 

 

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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