Cameron Robbins Open Studio at Police Point

In recent years the Gatekeepers Cottage has been 'home' to over 40 artists in residence at Police Point Shire Park, Portsea. Built in the late 1800's the cottage was originally used by policemen overseeing quarantine operations in the area.  Cameron Robbins is an artist in residence during March/April 2019 and will open the studio doors for visitors.

Sculpture at Montalto

Sculpture is an integral part of life at Montalto and a highlight of any visit to the estate. Our Sculpture Trail winds its way through the property and our beautiful natural gallery provides diverse settings for our pieces. You might find monumental works sited in open spaces through to more intimate pieces amongst the wetlands and vines.

Everywhen Artspace

A cracking new gallery has opened in Flinders run by highly regarded art writers, curators and gallerists, Susan McCulloch and Emily McCulloch Childs. The big, bright and architectural space replaces the McCullochs home gallery Whistlewood as their exhibition venue.

Big Blue Backyard

Words truly can’t describe Big Beautiful Backyard but if you’re after a laid back escape where you can hole up and do exactly as you please  – think Henry Miller - then follow this through. A true couples only retreat, BBB is nestled between the sand dunes and tea trees of St Andrews Beach and its magnificent rugged ocean.

Christmas Salon: Aboriginal Art + Gifts

Christmas exhibition and sneak peek of the McCullochs new exhibition space in Flinders! Featuring an exciting new range of Aboriginal paintings, licensed design homewares, carvings and fibre works for imaginative Christmas gifts. Beautiful new art cushions and covers, bags, teapots, hand creams, soaps, salad servers, cards, mugs, glasses cases, scarves and more.

MP Skin Check

It's not a stretch to say that we're all familiar with the "slip, slop, slap" message; however, new research says the risk of skin damage under the sun's rays must be taken more seriously. In a world-first study, researchers from the ANU and NZIWAR found that, on average, regions like the Mornington Peninsula and cities like Melbourne only experienced two days a year where there wasn't enough UV to get sun damage. Two days! They found that even if the UV index is low and if you're outside for more than 15 minutes... you're at risk. Making sure you prioritise a skin check is just as important as a health check.