Art & Galleries
Australian Pottery @ Bemboka
This is a gallery showcasing Australian pottery made in the last half century, some bought new for our own collection, others sourced from the secondary market. See the wonder of wood-fired works with the delicacy of porcelain and the bling of lustres and crystalline glazes. All items are available for sale. Opening hours October to June 10am – 5 pm (Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday) OR by appointment.
Dee Gee’s Photography
We are a couple of photographers on the Far South Coast of NSW Australia who enjoy capturing beautiful vistas and beauty in people. Dee is fascinated by people and details and is always looking for that something special that might otherwise go unnoticed. Gee loves the big picture, the sweeping landscapes, the shimmering colours of the sky, all of natures majesty. All our pictures are available for purchase and we are also available for photo shoots and commissions. Simply leave us a message here or on our Facebook page for details and bookings. In the meantime, please enjoy our photos and let us know what you think.
Bega Cheese Heritage Centre
The Heritage Centre is a faithful reproduction of one of the first buildings to be constructed on the Bega Cheese site in 1899. The Heritage Centre has a comprehensive display of cheese and butter making equipment from the turn of the 19th Century, giving visitors the chance to see how early farmers in our region lived, worked and transported their wares. Pop in for a browse and purchase as we have great art and craft as well as souvenirs. You can dine in our café, sample local cheeses and try some of our delicious dairy products.
All my designs are one-of-a-kind or limited editions pieces using the highest quality materials sourced from around the world. Materials such as pearls, swarovski crystals, venetian glass, lampwork beads, semi-precious and natural stones, as well as precious metals. Please don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions or if you would like something custom made for that special occasion.
Please call for open times.
Ivy Hill Gallery
Ivy Hill features the work of significant contemporary artists, both emerging and established, many of whom live and work in the region.
The gallery is located on a farm in the fertile Wapengo Valley between Tathra and Bermagui, in a well known artistic and cultural haven. Ivy Hill’s season runs from the beginning of October to the middle of June with exhibitions changing each month. Between June and August the gallery is open by appointment. Ivyhill is part of the Coast Road art and food trail from Tathra to Bermagui.
Exhibitions of painting and sculpture by leading contemporary artists of the region. Check the website for dates and times.
Peter Dunne Studio Gallery
Originally from Melbourne, Peter has painted this area, overseas and in other parts of Australia for many years, in watercolour and oils, for which he has won many awards. Sketch portraits can be done at times by arrangement.
Open most weekends & holidays 2 – 5pm.
02 6495 9082
0418 864 727
The Village Gallery at Oaklands
The exhibition is changed every two months keeping the Gallery fresh and interesting. Paintings, pottery, jewellery, woodwork and stained glass are among the artwork on display.
The Village Gallery is open daily from 10.00am till 4.00pm. (Except for Mondays in Winter, Christmas Day and Good Friday)
The Art group also exhibit at Easter for the judged Annual Art Exhibition at Twyford Hall in Merimbula. Again in September for the Annual Art Sale also at Twyford Hall Merimbula.
0458 953 030
Dianne Hocking Artist Studio Gallery
Paintings by well-known local artist Dianne Hocking are on show at her Studio Gallery at Mirador. Dianne Hocking studied with Frederic Bates at the Royal Art Society in North Sydney. Dianne has travelled, the cruising lifestyle enabled Dianne to devote much time to her growing passion for painting. Dianne’s portrayal of the high country has also had a great demand and she exhibited her works at the Vineview Gallery, Murrumbateman, the Kunama Gallery, Jindabyne and the Raglan Gallery in Cooma. In 2003 Dianne settled in Merimbula. Dianne’s work can be seen at The Coast Seaside Gallery, Merimbula and she exhibits at regular showings with “Sapphire Watercolourists”. Dianne has work in private collections in both Australia and overseas. Dianne is the president of “Sapphire Watercolourists”. 1996 Dianne won the Kosciusko Art Award. 2001 Dianne won the Woodbridge Plein Air Competition.