Exhibition at Treehouse Gallery, Birregurra

aboriginal art EXHIBITION in the otway's

The Treehouse Gallery specializes in exhibiting and promoting beautiful Australian fine timbers, paintings and artisan crafts from Australia's art and craft community.  Red Desert Dreamings Gallery and Treehouse Gallery are currently presenting a collection of Aboriginal artworks at the gallery.


Treehouse Gallery is part of an innovative idea for the Otway region.  It was borne out of the need for the Otway Agroforestry Network (OAN) to have an office and focal point. A wonderful space was found in a double-fronted bluestone shop in the main street of Birregurra. Deemed too good for just office space, OAN members Marianne and Nicky Stewart decided to set up the gallery to promote beautiful Australian timbers, forest products and sustainability. The Treehouse Gallery and OAN Office opened on May 29th 2010 in tune with the inaugural Otway Agroforestry Network Annual Farm Tree Expo in Birregurra.

Birregurra, in the foothills of the Otway Ranges, is a small picturesque township famed for gourmet foods and leisure shopping. It is in Victoria’s South-West in the Otways hinterland close to Lorne, Apollo Bay and Colac. It is within two hours drive from Melbourne on the A1 Hwy via the Geelong Bypass and Winchelsea.

Open Friday to Monday 11am-4.30pm , or by appointment.

55 Main Street, Birregurra, Victoria, Australia 3242

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