Just in time for racing season.
With high quality musicians from the area and further afield, delectable food and wine from the Otways region and a smorgasbord market of arts, crafts and local products over the weekend, this festival has celebrating community life at the heart of it and is looking to be the best one yet.
With 150 artists from across Australia and 65 curated solo exhibitions at 14 heritage venues, BOAA is the six week event that will be a remarkable destination showcase of visual arts, live music, and the region’s food and wine.
Matthew Flinders is currently aiming to gain some VR music equipment for their school but more importantly the community.
Nocturnal has forged a mighty party-promising line-up for its October edition, featuring live performances by Electric Fields, Ngaiire, and Black Tree, plus DJ Christopher Port and a series of presentations and talks themed around power in all its forms.
This year the showcase will be landing Forte land in Ballarat from 14-16 September, Bendigo from 5-6 October and Geelong from 12-14 October.
Celebrating their eighth year, the Amy Gillett Foundation holds the event as a part of their dedicated drive to improve safety and accessibility within the sport of cycling.