Culburra Beach, NSW 2540

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The Tracks of Burradise

“the tracks of burradise” is the art exhibition theme for the 2018 Burradise Festival at Culburra Beach. This festival is held over the Mothers Day Weekend from Fri 11th- Sun 13th. The festival has a number of hubs to cater for music, markets, art, surf etc. The main hub is located at the Culburra and Districts Community Centre. The Festival Art Space is in the Banksia Room and yard, the smaller building of the Community Centre.

* The Art Space will be open on the Sat and Sun from 10-4.

* Art Works will need to be delivered to the Banksia Room on Thursday afternoon 10th May between 4-7pm (earlier delivery can be negotiated).

* Collection post exhibition will be on the Sunday after 3 or Monday 14th between 8- 10am (negotiated other)


A. So to our theme: It is inspired by our part of the wonderful south coast which has two splendid sweeps of beach and a variety of waterways. Accessing these places can be done via many constructed tracks or paths. However, there are additional, sometimes ephemeral tracks that humans, creatures and the elements form. Then there are the bird’s eye views of the tracks of land meeting water etc etc…. these track and path patterns are varied and inspirational. You are invited to respond to the theme in any media. Outdoor pieces are welcome.

B. Another section of our exhibition is formed by a Cornucopia of art, craft and collectables from the people who live in our area. If you think you have something that could find a place there, please get in touch and have a chat. Last year’s Cornucopia was delightfully diverse.


Bunt the town

As part of the Culburra Beach Festival, the community is showing their support by dressing up the town in kilometres of handmade bunting. The goal is to cover our festival hubs with colourful flags made by the community! Can you help our bunting army?

Our Kids Create

Our local littlies from Culburra Beach Primary and preschools are also creating up to 250 cool bunting artworks. They are given some material and a template, then let their imaginations run wild. Keep your eye out around town for these colourful interpretations of what Burradise means from the minds of our babes!


Looking forward to hearing from you: Burradise Festival 2018 Art Space Curator Karyn Knowles 0403509513 or 44472227 or

It’s Burradise … you’ll love it!

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