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Bouddi Peninsula Arts Trail

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Approximately 30 local artisans will be opening up their home studios and sharing with you insights on their art form for the annual Bouddi Peninsula Arts Trail, this October long weekend, Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd October from 9am. There will be a diverse range of artworks available to view and or purchase, as artists draw inspiration from living in our local area. The Bouddi Peninsula which includes Killcare, Hardys' Bay and Wagstaffe also has a lot to offer visitors & tourists seeking natural bushland beauty, with its sweeping coastal vistas, idyllic uncrowded beaches, and laidback lifestyle. The NSW National Park's & Wildlife office to the East of Bells, on The Scenic Road, will be open and has information on walks and significant sites to visit including the popular hiking trail, The Bouddi Coastal Walk.

Follow the red street flags around Killcare, Hardy's Bay, Pretty Beach and Wagstaffe.  View MAP here.


In commenting on the Arts Trail local ceramist Lisa Sansai said "It is a marvellous way to discover the artistic richness in our community which lives within Bouddi National Park with its walking trails, secluded beaches and towering Angophoras." 


There is also the annual art show at Wagstaffe Hall and a photographic exhibition at Hardy's Bay Church Hall being held over the long weekend. All welcome. Free entry.


Bouddi Peninsula Arts Trail

Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd October 2022, from 9am daily

Central Coast NSW

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