The Maritime Museum has just been reopened as a tribute to the maritime industry and its people on Tasmania’s east coast. The Museum is focused on local traditional boat building, restoration, and design. This includes the maritime traditions of the First Nations people of the area. Also highlighted are the early whaling industry, and the many shipwrecks and salvage along the east coast. The Museum is open every day throughout January… Read More »Maritime Museum – refreshed!
The annual exhibition of the Studio & Gallery features projects undertaken over the last 12 months that concentrated on interpretations of circles in landscape, within a broad scope of possibilities. In addition, we’re exhibiting a Fundraiser of paintings depicting local landscapes featuring Maria Island. The Exhibition is open every day throughout January 2023, from 10.30am to 3.00pm. Local, interstate and international visitors are all welcome, although we do ask that everyone is… Read More »Exhibition – Circles in Landscape
Our Community Shed team. lead by renowned local boat builder Bernard, are working on a beautiful old boat that we’re hoping to enter in this years Wooden Boat Festival. The Festival is the largest celebration of wooden boats and maritime culture in the southern hemisphere, and it’s back in Hobart from 10-13 February 2023. If we manage to pull it off, our old restored boat will be a wonderful achievement… Read More »2023 Wooden Boat Festival, Hobart