The Western Wilderness
For those who have a passion for the beauty of landscape unadorned, who crave the mystery of the forest, the majesty of the mountains and the rush of the wild rivers, then the arts experiences in The Western Wilderness, with their deep connection to place, are a must.
|Phone 03 6471 2805||Mobile 0407 527 330|
|Address 8 Hunter Street, Queenstown|
LARQ is an artist run initiative in Western Tasmania which seeks to make art matter in both a wild and environmentally compromised landscape. LARQ hosts art exhibitions, art w...
|Phone 03 6471 7572||Mobile 0419 155 358|
|Address Esplanade , Strahan|
Risby Cove features an ecletic group of artists. Works have a strong emphasis on West Coast materials and themes. Artists range from fine Huon Pine timber furniture makers to ...
|Phone 03 6471 7700|
|Address Richard Davey Amphitheatre, The Esplanade, Strahan|
The Round Earth Company, based in Strahan, tells the intriguing story of The Ship That Never Was. In January 1834, the last ship built on Sarah Island is nicked by ten convic...
|Phone 03 6492 1404|
|Address 3718 Cradle Mountain Road, Cradle Mountain|
The Wilderness Gallery is a world-class photographic gallery situated on the edge of the Cradle Mt-Lake St Clair National Park. Tasmanian and international photographers ventu...
|Phone 03 6471 7244|
|Address 12 The Esplanade, Strahan|
Wilderness Woodworks Strahan is located in the Huon Pine Precinct on Strahan's waterfront, between Morrison's Huon Pine Sawmill and Tasmanian Special Timbers, enabling visitor...