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THE Murray Street Bazaar is a weird,
wacky and wonderful place with something
new and old for everyone.
And the bazaar would like to introduce
some of its exciting stalls at 1 Murray Street,
As you enter the indoor market through
the rear of the Wolf on Murray café, look to
your right and you will find a collection of
Afghani, Turkish and Indian treasures.
The hand knotted and hand-dyed Afghani
and Turkish rugs have proven popular with
Hand painted Turkish bowls, plates, hot-
plates and coasters are also on offer, with no
two pieces the same.
Delve further into the market and you will
find a stall for music lovers, with vintage,
high quality records from the 1960s on-
Expect to find anything from Bob Dylan to
the Rolling Stones to Led Zeppelin on vinyl,
along with band T-shirts and memorabilia.
Next door you will find a fantastic stall by
Phillip Island resin artist Sharon Georgio,
with unique original resin pieces, specialty
resin cheese boards and art deco coffee ta-
As well as an abundance of stalls, the Mur-
ray Street Bazaar is introducing consulting
rooms for health professionals.
The two rooms would suit massage thera-
pists, counsellors, physios and healing ther-
The consulting rooms have a separate en-
try and an adjoining waiting area.
Daily rates and flexible terms are available.
Contact Carolyn on 0447 609 169 for more
The Murray Street Bazaar is open six days
from 9am-4pm and closed Tuesdays.
WEIRD • WACKY
Rare & unusual, vintage, new & pre-loved
1 Murray St (opposite ALDI), Wonthaggi P: 0447 609 169
OPEN 6 DAYS, 9am-4pm (closed Tuesday)
Find us on
• Changing exhibitions in our sought after spaces
• Exceptional artworks by regional artists at
• Unique artisan gifts for everyone
• A brilliant team of volunteers - why not become
one and be part of a great team?
• Committed members who believe art enriches
and makes a difference
Are you interested?
Have we piqued your curiosity
Come visit us
IN PERSON 1 Bent Street, Wonthaggi
BY PHONE 5672 1415 or 5672 5767
BY EMAIL email@example.com
art - artists - artspace
Bass Hwy - Graham St
Lower end McBride Ave., Wonthaggi
This Sunday 9am-1pm
favourite local farmers
and lots of crafts
THERE are regular hangings at the Centen-
nial Centre in Wonthaggi these days.
Every six weeks, Wonthaggi ArtSpace intro -
duces a new one and, yes, the public is most
The first autumn event is the Julia Price Ret-
rospective Exhibition which runs up until April
Julia’s works involve layers of meaning
that reflect her spiritual and physical journey
through the Australian outback where she
learned Koori stories first-hand.
As part of Creative Gippsland, from April
18 to May 29, Groundswell Bass Coast is col-
laborating with ArtSpace to hold an art show
called ‘ClimArt’ on the theme of climate -
Artists have been invited to submit works in
any medium that are their personal response
to the implications of climate change.
A prize will be offered for this show – more
details for entries can be found at www.
Later in the year ArtSpace will be holding
‘ArtsPrint’ once again. This exhibition shows
off the skills and techniques of print-makers.
If you’re not familiar with how prints are
made before you come, you will be afterwards!
Although exhibitions provide an in- depth
look at a topic or an individual’s body of
work, the gallery also has a range of local art-
ists’ works always on display.
These works change regularly and range
from large, vibrant oil paintings to small,
pretty, ceramic earrings.
ArtSpace Wonthaggi’s move to the lovely
Centennial Centre at 1 Bent Street, has mar-
ried a beautiful venue with gorgeous artwork
created in our region.
It’s open daily from 10am to 4pm. There’s
something there for everyone so come in, take
a peek and linger a while.
ArtSpace in Autumn
Murray Street Bazaar stallholder Kate Whittaker shows off the range of hand knotted and
hand-dyed Afghani and Turkish rugs that are flying out the door. rg021417
Rugs, vinyl, resin; it’s all at Murray Street Bazaar
The resin art on sale by Phillip Island artist Sharon Georgia has proven popular at the
Murray Street Bazaar. rg031417
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