SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS WELCOME CENTRE, MITTAGONG - WILL OPEN TO THE PUBLIC FROM MONDAY 1 JUNE 2020

The SHAC

The Southern Highlands Arts Trail was launched on Friday 1 November 2019 at THE SHAC in Robertson, and whilst the amazing Arts Trail is only accessible over two weekends each November, THE SHAC is open year round and provides an incredible opportunity for art lovers to discover some of the Southern Highlands most talented artisans and their creations.

Everything from jewellery to photography is featured with watercolours, oils, sculptures and more all on show at this amazing artistic hub, a plethora of works and their creators on show for all to see and meet.

The SHAC is a unique space filled to the brim with creativity and more.

The Artists

Ric Abel – Painter

Bronwyn Berman – Sculpture

Shaz Collyer – Painter

Cat Doyle, Coder

Robin Ezra and Annie Day – Printmakers

James King – Painter

Bob Lenton – Painter

Ashley Mackevicius – Photographer

India Mark – Painter

Penelope McManus – Painter

Pheobe Middleton – Printmaker

Mr & Mrs Munro – Weaving & Furniture

Grant Parker – Jeweller

Penny Simons – Maker & Designer

Melissa Roach, Owner – The Modern Major General

Andy Wallace – Freedom Hand made Surfboards

Visit:
Friday / Saturday / Sunday / Monday (or by appointment Tues-Thurs)
10am to 4pm
74-76 Hoddle Street, Robertson (next to The Big Potato)


Book your Visit

COVID-19 Update

We want you to keep the Southern Highlands in your thoughts and will look forward to welcoming you from 1 June. We strongly recommend that you adhere to COVID health restrictions. Plan your visit by booking online, checking our Open For Business page on our website and by contacting our Welcome Centre to ask questions.

Many Southern Highlands businesses are open  whilst others are offering online shopping, takeaway options, home deliveries and more. This information changes almost daily, check out the latest here.