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Arts and Crafts
Take time to look around
CELEBRATE the cultural
diversity of this part of the
world by visiting some of the
many galleries and art stu-
dios that dot the region.
Whether you want to ex-
plore hidden treasures that
lurk in antique stores or seek
out new works by burgeon-
ing artists, the south-west of
Victoria is rich with fine gal-
leries and artists' studios.
The region is also home
to works from established,
world-renowned artists. So
take the time to have a good
look around on your next
THE Mill Markets at the iconic Fletcher Jones complex on
the corner of Raglan Parade and Flaxman Street are open
seven days a week from 10am until 6pm.
Everyone is welcome to browse more than 30 independ-
ent stalls with products including antiques, vintage cloth-
ing, art, kitchenalia and more.
THE big, bright, open showroom houses more than30 local
Browse through the range of clothing stalls, check out
the antiques, toys, collectables, books, giftware and condi-
McVilly's Village Market at 1159 Raglan Parade is open
seven days a week from 9.30am to 5.30pm.
THE late Robert Ulmann's renowned works of art hang at
several public precincts, including the University of Mel-
bourne, the Reserve Bank, BHP's Melbourne offices and
the Warrnambool Art Gallery.
His work is available for sale at the Robert Ulmann
Wildlife Art Gallery on Hopkins Point Road.
THE MILL MARKETS
McVILLY'S VILLAGE MARKET
ROBERT ULMANN GALLERY
EVERYTHING anyone would ever need for patchwork is
available at Periwinkle Patchwork on Nina Street, Den-
Fabrics, patterns, sample quilt displays and handy tips
are part of the service provided by owner Anne Donald-
Classes are also run from the home-based business.
Come and browse amongst the 70 plus stalls inside and outside venue.The Original
Warrnambool Undercover Market at the Showgrounds in Koroit Street and is open
every Sunday from 8am till 1pm.
Something for everyone, heaps of bargains and that treasure to be found.
There's a vast array of vintage, secondhand and new, from bric-a-brac, collectables,
art/craft, plants, a wide range of fresh produce, signs and homemade goods. All in
a friendly atmosphere.
Suit any age group from the youngster through to the older wiser bargain hunters.
There is plenty of on and off street parking.
This market is a must see if you are in Warrnambool.
NEW STALLHOLDERS ARE MOST WELCOME PHONE 0418 528 927
Originals Prints Cards Magnificent Ocean Views
440 Hopkins Point Rd
4 kms east of Hopkins River Bridge
Warrnambool -- Ph: 5565 1444
Open most days 9 a.m.-5 p.m. or by appointment
FLETCHER JONES GARDENS
PHONE (03) 5562 9936 --- Open 7 Days a week 10am - 6pm
Fletcher Jones Gardens. Princes Highway, Warrnambool
• Retro Fashions
The Loft Gallery
Come and view local, original
and quality artwork
Oils, Watercolours, Pastels and Prints
Enjoy the experience of browsing through the display.
Entry is free and both Barry and Laurisanne
Brown welcome you to view the artwork by
respected regional artists.
42 Kepler Street, Warrnambool VIC 3280
Ph: (03) 5561 5722. OPEN MON-SAT
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