Arts and Culture
Council’s galleries regularly exhibit the work of regional artists across a diverse range of arts disciplines. These galleries provide artists with an opportunity to display their work, affirming Council’s strong commitment to the development of the arts within the region.
The Kingaroy Art Gallery is located at the Kingaroy Information Art and Heritage Precinct on Haly Street, Kingaroy and is open from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm on Mondays to Fridays (excluding Good Friday, ANZAC Day and Christmas Day) and from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm on weekends and public holidays. The gallery is housed in an art deco building with original 1938 timber floors, integral architraves and ceilings, and including the 70 year old Council Chambers building. New exhibitions open on the last Friday of each month. For more information contact the gallery on (07) 4189 9172 or email email@example.com. Admission is free.
The Wondai Regional Art Gallery is located on the Bunya Highway, Wondai and is open from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm daily (excluding Good Friday, ANZAC day morning, Christmas and Boxing Day), admission is free. A new exhibition opens the first Friday of each month (except December) from 6:00 pm, with hot and cold supper, live music and local winery in attendance. Entry is only $5.00. For more information check the Event Calendar or contact the gallery on (07) 4168 5926 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Arts Culture and Heritage Policy
South Burnett Regional Council is committed to the development of the arts, culture and heritage sectors in the Region to enhance the lifestyles, economies and opportunities for our residents. To read more about Council's Arts, Culture and Heritage Policy click here.
Public Art Strategy
South Burnett Regional Council has engaged consultants Creative Regions to develop a public art strategy for the Kingaroy Town Hall Forecourt and Library Precinct. This is a major redevelopment that will produce a welcoming space for all residents of the broader South Burnett Region, offering a space for the community to gather, relax and be entertained. To read more about Council's Public Art Strategy click here.
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