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Arts Trail

North Burnett Arts Trail

Silos, water towers, murals, sculptures, galleries and more!

The North Burnett has a thriving and ever changing art scene that is as diverse and beautiful as the towns they are found in.


Biggenden features 3 steel sculptures in the main street, all creatively built by talented locals. Add them to your North Burnett bucket list!


Gayndah Art Gallery can be found upstairs at the Gayndah Arts and Cultural Centre, 34 Meson Street and can be accessed by stairs or the lift.  The Gallery has six new exhibitions each year from local and visiting artists as well as a display of local arts and crafts for sale, including pottery. Information on forthcoming exhibitions, workshops, membership and volunteering can be found on the Gallery website where you can also sign up to receive a quarterly Newsletter. The Gallery is open Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 2pm. Group visits are welcome with prior notice and for out of hours viewing, please contact the Gallery to make arrangements.

Contact details:

Ph:  07 4140 8057

After hours:  0417 767 271 Jane Glenn



Murals and art to see:

  • Town Hall mural
  • Library building – collaboration featuring local artists celebrating the history of the Mundubbera Art Gallery
  • Jaycee Park (Black Stump Rest area) – Mural by Indigenous artist, Malcolm Brown
  • Water Tower – “Meeting of the Waters” Mural. Larger than life with detail to match! A must see in Mundubbera!

Bicentennial Park features a steel sculpture trail depicting the region’s people and wildlife.

Mundubbera Regional Art Gallery is found on Lyons Street, within the Council Library and Customer Service Centre complex and is open Monday to Friday, 8.30am-11.30am and 12.30pm-4.30pm. On weekends the gallery is open Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 1pm. Closed public holidays.


RM Williams Australian Bush Learning Centre’s gallery space features local and exhibiting artists with a ‘bush theme’. The Centre is open Monday – Friday: 8.30am – 4.30pm, Weekends: 10am – 2pm.

The ‘Language of the Land’ sculpture at the RM Williams Australian Bush Learning Centre is the backdrop for the daily Light and Sound Show. This award winning sculpture has incredible detail honouring Eidsvold’s culture, history and heritage.

Street Art – in the main street there are buildings that have been painted by Indigenous community members featuring traditional and contemporary techniques.


Monto has a vibrant public art trail across town. Here’s an interactive map of the public art trail in Monto (click here):

Monto Art Bucket List:

  • Three Moon Silos
  • Murals on walls in Newton Street
  • Water Tower in Rotary Park
  • Painted Cow Trail
  • Art Gallery at the Monto Historical Complex (open Thursday 10am – 1pm)
  • Lister Street Sculpture Art Walk
  • Water Tank Art
  • Monto Museum of Art.


Monto Museum of Art
Monto Museum of Art is home to an extensive collection of the Monto born figurative and landscape painter Gil Jamieson on display in the town’s main street.
Opening hours Tuesday to Friday, 10am to 3pm; Saturday 9.30am to 12.30pm.
Contact: | Telephone Matthew 0418291998 |


Mt Perry

Located at 58 Heusman Street, Mt Perry, the Pat Augustine Cultural Centre is home to the Shelley Kelly Art Gallery, which features local and touring artists. The Centre is also home to a wallpaper and historical collection of originals by Mt Perry born designer, Florence Broadhurst. Florence was known internationally for her bright and vibrant prints on wallpaper. The Centre also houses the Mt Perry History Room, with records and information about the town and past generations.

The Shelley Kelly Art Gallery is open from Tuesday to Thursday from 9 am to 2 pm and at other times by arrangement. To confirm your visit please contact the Gallery on (07) 4156 3491.

You can follow the latest news from the Shelley Kelly Art Gallery by visiting their blogspot page via this link.