Discover Frankston like never before. Over nine days, the inaugural South Side Festival, 6 – 15 May, comes to life with fantastical experiences and will feature close to 230 artists in over 50 performances in venues across Frankston.
Girt by Sea is an exhibition of new seascape paintings by Mornington Peninsula based artist Neil Williams. The idea behind these works began in May 2021 when Williams was an artist in residence at the Police Point Artist in Residence program.
Frankston's ever evolving street art has steadily developed over the years to offer the public the opportunity to view some of the world's most celebrated street artists and their works.
The Mt Martha South Beach Market location, perched on a hill overlooking Port Philip Bay, has quickly established itself as one of the most spectacular and popular markets on the calendar.
4 December 2021, 8:00 AM to 4 December 2021, 2:00 PMSoak in the exceptional atmosphere and regenerate your senses at one of our delightful markets. There is something for everyone from old world to modern c...
Friday 26th November 2021 - Monday 31st January 2022This Summer, Merricks General Wine Store is unveiling its eleventh instalment of The Traders lifestyle boutique at Merricks House. Each season brings moun...
This Summer, Merricks General Wine Store is unveiling its eleventh instalment of The Traders lifestyle boutique at Merricks House. Each season brings mounting excitement & anticipation of the latest collection.
Everywhen Artspace Online Exhibition - Two senior artists Yurpiya Lionel and Atipalku Intjalki are joined by talented emerging artist Tjulyata Kulyuru in an exhibition of works from the APY Lands' Ernabella Ar...
Red Hill is the 'grand dame' of Victoria's craft markets. Located in one of the State's most picturesque settings, Red Hill Community Market started in 1975 as a community based event where 28 local producers and crafts people came to sell and barter their goods and excess produce.
Josie Achermann of Red Hill House has been working overtime these past few months intending to entice her loyal clientele back to her shop, to make them feel comfortable to shop again, 'in person rather than online. We know that the demand for 'real life' experiences are about to explode, and Josie is backing her instinct on that same ambition - the ability to walk into a store to feast on its wares visually.