Art & Cultural Heritage


The Phillip Island and Bass Coast Region is home to a thriving Arts community and some of the best local Australian Artists. Experience the rich historical significance of Phillip Island and surrounds by discovering the history of the dinosaurs that once roamed the Bass Coast or learn about the early European settlement of Churchill Island. 


2018 Bass Coast Arts Round the Shire Bass Coast

Discover art studios, galleries, heritage museums, art exhibitions and public art within the Bass Coast and Phillip Island region.

Annette Spinks Art Studio & Gallery Inverloch

A successful exhibiting artist, Annette has her own Art Studio and Gallery and is always busy creating fantastic new work. Annette draws on her beautiful surrounds for inspiration.

Artfusion Studio and Gallery Wonthaggi and Surrounds

Artfusion Studio and Gallery is the working studio of glass maker Marlene Abela and steel sculptor Andrew Kasper.

Coal Creek Community Park and Museum Korumburra

Coal Creek Community Park and Museum - FREE ENTRY and unlimited fun for the whole family.

Gooseneck Pottery Cottage Prom Country

Gooseneck Pottery and Cottage is a private and secluded property with a rural outlook.

Mosaics By The Bay Phillip Island

Having created her business ‘Mosaics by the Bay’, Heather spends much of her time following her passion in the mosaic field from her seaside home, where she also holds workshops.

Phillip Island Art & Craft Community Gallery Phillip Island

At the Phillip Island Art and Craft Community Gallery you will find some of the most beautiful, innovative and affordable art and craft works by the local people of Bass Coast.

SOL Studio and Gallery Inverloch

The SOL Studio and Gallery features the works of Nick Perrin and Meg Hayley.

The Goldsmith's Gallery and Jewellery Workshop Phillip Island

The Goldsmith’s Gallery & Jewellery Workshop features the work of Bronwyn Pratt as well as many other Australian Jewellers, Gold & Silversmiths and Local Artisans.

Valley Plains Pottery Prom Country

Zak Chalmers’ works explore the pure in clay, the relationship between malleable clay, raw material additions and fire.

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