Corangamite Creatives

Until Sunday 16th of July 2023

You are welcomed back to the annual weekend art exhibition that tells the story of the place of Corangamite Shire... read more.


Darlington-Camperdown Road, Bookaar, VIC, 3260
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Upcoming Dates

Sat Jul 15th, Sun Jul 16th


You are welcomed back to the annual weekend art exhibition that tells the story of the place of Corangamite Shire. The purpose each year is to entertain the community by embracing a sense of local pride and, revealing the Shire talent of local artists from the Corangamite Creatives Arts Collective.

Last year was testimony to this, many visitors returned numerous times to Bookaar School and said they really looked forward to next year, well here it is! They have much to show you, it’s all about loving where you live. You spend many months researching where to live and creating artworks and poetry to sell, plus informative snippets to share with the community.

Open Celebrations 1:00pm sharp on Saturday 15 July and there will be a complimentary cappuccino van on site.

Entertaining and welcoming the audience is paramount; free admission with a wonderful lake outlook, refreshments, seating and beautiful creations for your pleasure.

The Old Bookaar School will be open at 10:00am on Saturday 15 to the close of the annual event at 4:00pm on Sunday 16.

Tea and coffee are freely available. This unique educational visual art event is complimented by the school, offering a cosy heated and cheerful atmosphere. A true feeling of yesteryear surrounded by glorious Lake Bookaar and its Wetlands.



  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

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