Live Music at Quarterdeck Narooma

Top musicians will entertain Tiki Bar and dinner guests at the Quarterdeck, the Little Red House of Tunes situated on the shores of beautiful Forsters Bay. Take in the stunning views, a cocktail and a tune or three.

Quarterdeck, Riverside Drive, Narooma

Live at Club Catalina: Jeff Hill, Mick on Wheels, Totum & Backlash

Enjoy an evening of live music at Club Catalina.

  • Performing:
    • Fri 17 May, 7.30pm-11.30pm
    • Sat 18 May, 7.30pm-11.30pm
    • Fri 24 May, 7.30pm-11.30pm
    • Sat 25 May, 7.30pm-11.30pm
  • More: 4472 4022

Club Catalina, Beach Road, Batemans Bay

Rockin’ all Over: Live in the Lounge

Put on your dancing shoes and go shake your groove thing on the dance floor.

Batemans Bay Soldiers Club, Beach Road, Batemans Bay

Live at the Air Raid: Duopoly

From Shostakovich to Santana, local two-piece DUOPOLY always hit the right note with their cello and guitar combinations.

  • Performing:
    • Friday 17 May, 7pm-8pm
    • Saturday 18 May, 2pm-3pm
    • Friday 24 May, 7pm-8pm
    • Saturday 25 May, 2pm-3pm
  • More: colin.i.enright@gmail.com

The Air Raid Tavern, 73 Vulcan Street, Moruya

Artists in Conversation: River of Dreams Exhibitors at the Bas

This moderated panel conversation between artists exhibiting at the River of Dreams exhibition is sure to be a delight.

For this year’s signature River of Art exhibition, artists were asked to imaginatively interpret the lyrics of the song “River of Dreams” by Billy Joel. Hear from them in this discussion about their works and the choices behind them.

The Bas, corner of Vulcan and Campbell Streets, Moruya

Tilba Talks Historical Walking Tours

Join in a theatrical narrative and guided tour through the National Trust Village of Central Tilba.

Hear the stories of the Butcher, the Baker and the Cheesemaker and learn about the cultural significance for the Yuin nation and their support of the early European settlement in the Tilba Tilba.

Bookings essential

Meet at Bate Emporium, 2 Bate Street, Central Tilba

Moruya Country Markets

Over 120 stalls, live music, art, craft, fresh produce, food and fun.

Riverside Park, Moruya

Art on Parade: Purusha and Lee Honey at Sydney St Gallery

Come and view works exploring the theme of “play” – be it through play in the titles, play in the content, or works that were just fun to create.

Purusha will be drawing from his existing work to feature pieces that represent the theme, while Lee Honey’s ‘Play’ is an installation of small watercolour paintings of birds, plants, minerals and sea corals together with cultural objects such as suitcases and tea cups that form a kind of whimsical wallpaper.

  • Art on Parade: Sat 18, Sun 19, Sat 24 & Sun 25 May
    • weekends: 11am-4pm
    • weekdays: closed

Sydney St Gallery, 28 Sydney Street, Mogo

Bjarni Wark: Mural at the markets

Watch Bjarni Wark create a fabulous mural in real time at the Moruya Markets.

View Bjarni’s work on Instagram or on his website: happydecay.com.au

Moruya Markets, Riverside Park, Moruya

Art on Parade: Whackers photography at Moruya Quality Woodheating

Aerial shots, landscapes and seascapes.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May, 9am-5pm

Moruya Quality Woodheating and Cooling, 6/65 Queen St, Moruya

Art on Parade: Raewyn Lawrence & John Rouch at Curtis and Cloud, and Moruya Pharmacy

View paintings by acclaimed local artists on show at Curtis and Cloud and Moruya Pharmacy.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May
    • weekdays: 9am-5pm
    • Saturdays 9am-2pm
    • Sundays: closed

 

Curtis and Cloud, 58 Vulcan Street & Moruya Pharmacy, 48 Vulcan Street, Moruya

Art on Parade: Mosaic Magic at She

The Artful 9 present fun, fabulous and collectible mosaics, showcased in a complimentary boutique setting.

From whimsical artworks to grace the walls of your home, to groovy pots for the garden, Mosaic Magic is a must-see for lovers of fine, handcrafted pieces and fashionable accessories.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May
    • weekdays: 9am-4pm
    • Saturdays: 9am-12pm
    • Sundays: closed

She, 42 Princes Highway, Narooma

Art on Parade: Raw Kreations at The Hair Room

Raw Kreations’ artwork includes a fusion of traditional and contemporary weaving styles used to create natural fibre baskets, jewellery and hanging art, on show at The Hair Room.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May, 9am-5pm

The Hair Room, 2A Narooma Crescent, Narooma

Art on Parade: Dynamic Dyers at Downward Dog Café

Enjoy a vibrant exhibition of “Botanical Excursions” showcasing the talent of local artisans who use dying and eco-printing techniques – modern yet timeless – to create spectacular one-off pieces. Stay for coffee or enjoy a meal at the dog-friendly Downward Dog cafe.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Sun 26 May
    • Tuesday to Sunday: 9am-5pm
    • Mondays: closed

Downward Dog Café, 81 Princes Highway, Bodalla

Art on Parade: Jenni Bourke at Songbee

Come and see a showcase of ceramic wares, sculptures, and large scale work by Narooma artist Jenni Bourke.

Jenni’s work is colourful, playful, functional, decoarative – a representation of our beach environment and it’s inhabitants.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May, 9am-5pm

Songbee, Princes Highway, Narooma

Art on Parade: Bryn Waterman at Mannat Café & Indian Restaurant

Enjoy a selection of Bryn Waterman’s colorful psychedelic video clips while you enjoy your meal.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May
    • Wednesday to Monday: 6.30pm-9.30pm
    • Tuesdays: closed

Mannat Café & Indian Restaurant, 153 Princes Highway, Narooma

Art on Parade: Amanda Williams at Amanda’s of Mogo

View recent works by Amanda Williams featuring mixed-media and pastel paintings.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 – Mon 27 May, 9am-5pm

Amanda's of Mogo, 41 Princes Highway, Mogo

Art on Parade: Susan Rhind at Moruya Health Café

Susan Rhind has let high flowing paint have its way. As a result, all sorts of land and seascapes form and imaginary animals might enter the scene.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May
    • weekdays: 8am-5pm
    • Saturdays: 9am-2pm
    • Sundays: closed

Moruya Health Café, 11 Church Street, Moruya

Art on Parade: LittlForest & Dunkatron

Toshka and Duncan Irving create a bespoke artwork for the festival, glamming-up the glass shopfront with contemporary graffiti art and design for the duration of the festival.

A new, must-see, unique feature of this year’s Art on Parade.

Shopfront, 46 Vulcan Street, Moruya

Art on Parade: Susie Vogel at Harris Scarfe

Drop by and see Susie Vogel’s works on show.

Often incorporating the female form in contemplation, Susie’s makes use of opulent gold highlights and intense colour and shapes for her Klimt and Baskt inspired pieces, with hints of Asian influence.

  • Art on Parade: Fri 17 to Mon 27 May
    • Monday to Saturday: 9am-5pm
    • Sundays: 10am-4pm

Harris Scarfe, Vulcan Street, Moruya