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Woodgate Arts in Spring Festival

Woodgate Arts in Spring Festival.
Woodgate Arts in Spring Festival.

Woodgate Beach will be bursting with vibrant art, music and fun at the Woodgate Community Centre and park during the October long weekend, from 30 September to 2 October.

This annual festival highlights the arts and raises funds for various Woodgate community causes and projects, transforming the sleepy coastal town into a lively and creative hub filled with art, community spirit and entertainment.

The weekend kicks off Friday with the official gala opening, by unveiling a curated art exhibition filled with delightful fine art that is available for sale throughout the long weekend.

Bevan Spiers
Bevan Spiers.

This formal, catered event is complemented by the smooth sounds of guitarist Al Davies.

Saturday is filled with plenty to see and do for the family, with Art in the Park from 2 pm to 4 pm.  

Featuring free music by the incredible Abigail Williams, fabulous art demonstrations by Phantom comic Book artist Shane Foley, watercolourist Mary Argall-Van Djiik, the Childers Visual Art Group and face painting in the park.

Saturday evening livens up from 6 pm – 9 pm with bluesy rock music by Bevan Spiers.

Enjoy the night under the stars, bring along the family and picnic rug then grab a steak burger from the community barbecue.

Relax in nature on Sunday with guided nature walks along the beautiful Banksia Boardwalk.

Attendees will receive a free native Banksia tree.

Delicious picnic hampers will be available for sale from the Woodgate Beach General Store, perfect for enjoying a beautiful spring day at the park or beach, and taking in the scenery.

Monday morning will be filled with over 100 stalls at the wonderful beachside markets.

There will be plenty of tasty food on offer and treasures galore to be found so come along and see what Woodgate has to offer and immerse yourself in the magic this October long weekend.

Tickets are on sale now from https://woodgate.events/events/arts-in-spring/.

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