Amazing Art Trails from around the World.

Top 10 Art Trails in Australia.

This is our pick of the Top 10 Art Trails in Australia.

Wagga Wagga Art Trail

Wagga Wagga Art Trail

The Art Trail is made up of diversified Artists all having their own style of workmanship working from their home Studio`s, The trail is open two (2) weekends a year 1st weekend in March and 1st weekend in November running Saturday and Sunday 10am to 4pm Website www.waggaartisttrail.com.au

More Information
2016 Channel Art Trail

2016 Channel Art Trail

The Channel Regional Arts Group brings their 5th biennial 2016 Art Trail, showcasing the work of artists living and working in the Kingborough region, Tasmania, on the weekend of 17th and 18th September. The Trail includes two art exhibitions, at Kettering Hall and Margate Bowling Club, crafts demonstration and sales at the Woodbridge Hall, and 11 working artists` studios opened to the public, between Baretta and Gordon. The trail will be officially opened by Kingborough Mayor, Steve Wass, on Friday 16th September at 7.30pm at the Kettering Community Hall, where the main art exhibition is situated, 2963 Channel Highway, Kettering, Tasmania. All venues open from 10am to 4pm Saturday and Sunday. Details on www.crag-tas.net.

More Information
San Remo and Phillip Island Winter Arts Trail 2017

San Remo and Phillip Island Winter Arts Trail 2017

27 different locations between San Remo and across Phillip Island Victoria featuring over 50 different local artworks from artists within the Bass Coast region. Take the trail and identify a minimum of ten artworks at ten locations for the chance to win a stunning mosaic Pink Lips valued at $500. Entry forms from the Visitor Information Centres at Cowes and Newhaven.

More Information
Upper Blue Mountains June Arts Trail

Upper Blue Mountains June Arts Trail

The June Arts Trail is a free event where artists open their studios in the upper Blue Mountains. It will be held on Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 June between 10.00 am and 4.00 pm. Over 12 artists from Bullaburra to Blackheath will open their studios to the public. See how art is made and the environments in which creativity and inspiration flourish. The artist`s work in mediums from painting, textiles, photography, glass, sculpture, printmaking, mosaic and more! Set your own pace for a leisurely and inspirational arts crawl.

More Information
Pittwater Artist Trail

Pittwater Artist Trail

This Art Trail will take you to a fabulous collection of Pittwater artists. Of course you don`t have to visit them all, just pick the ones you`re interested in. This trail will be open next on September 3rd and 4th 2016.

More Information
Art and the River Public Art Trail

Art and the River Public Art Trail

The walk begins at the Maritime Museum, South Bank and ends at the Thornton Street ferry terminal, after taking a detour to the top of the cliffs at Kangaroo Point Park. The trail, through its artwork and heritage, tells the story of the river`s maritime and industrial history. It includes sculptures that evoke memories of World Expo `88 and artworks that celebrate the beauty and grandeur of the surrounding Kangaroo Point cliffs and the river.

More Information
Chippendale Gallery Trail

Chippendale Gallery Trail

A quick stroll around the fabulous galleries of Chippendale. Most galleries are open until at least 4pm from Tue-Fri. Well worth a visit and bring your credit card!

More Information
Perth Art Trail

Perth Art Trail

The perfect start to an Art Trail in Perth is the Art Gallery of Western Australia

More Information
Sculpture by the Sea

Sculpture by the Sea

Annual Art Trail along the coast. You can view a sample of this year`s offerings here: http://www.australian-art-gallery.com/cgi-bin/slideshowbig.pl?show=SlideShows/Sculpture-by-the-Sea-2016/

More Information
Bellarine Arts Trail

Bellarine Arts Trail

This Saturday and Sunday: Oct 29-30. Hours: 10-4 Our first Bellarine Arts Trail takes place over 29-30 October when you have the opportunity to explore 19 artist studios and creative spaces in Barwon Heads and Ocean Grove. Over forty artists are participating this year. This event is FREE. Where do you get your trail map? You can download the map via our website at www.barwonheadsartscouncil.com.au. Hard copies has been snapped up but you may be lucky to pick one up at one of the participating venues. See you this weekend!

More Information






Best Two Art Trails in Victoria