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  • People dancing in a hall

    Dance Hall Through Time - 1950s with Big City Beats

    $25.00

    This winter, join us on a tour through musical time as we bring Bayside community halls to life with music from bygone eras. 

  • Flowerpot

    Flowerpot music at Billilla

    Free

    Everyone is invited to bring Billilla gardens to life with the ringing sound of flowerpots.Composed by Elliot Cole, Flowerpot music is a composition celebrating the unlikely beauty of the humble flowerpot. 

  • A meadow with brightly coloured flowers

    Plein Air Painting Workshop with Sarah Low

    $50.00

     Join Bayside Painting Prize finalist Sarah Low on Sunday 23rd of June for a landscape painting workshop using water-based oil paint. Working outside in a local bushland reserve, participants will work with guidance from Sarah to create their own painting with an emphasis on using composition and colour to create depth of scene and how to keep colours fresh to capture the changing light.Sarah's painting, Tread Softly Mt Mackay is currently on display at Bayside Gallery in the 2024 Bayside Painting Prize Exhibition.

  • Jaws of a prehistoric whale on a blue background with text that reads Prehistoric Bayside 29 June - 25 August

    Shadow Beasts of Bayside

    Imagine you could go back in time…Imagine you could not only see but hear the creatures…

  • Jaws of a prehistoric whale on a blue background with text that reads Prehistoric Bayside 29 June - 25 August

    Shadow Beasts of Bayside

    Imagine you could go back in time…Imagine you could not only see but hear the creatures…

  • Jaws of a prehistoric whale on a blue background with text that reads Prehistoric Bayside 29 June - 25 August

    Shadow Beasts of Bayside

    Imagine you could go back in time…Imagine you could not only see but hear the creatures…

  • First Nations man chained and being led to prison by Western prison officer.

    Sweet Country movie screening for NAIDOC Week

    Join us in celebrating NAIDOC Week at Palace Cinema to watch Warwick Thornton’s classic film, Sweet Country. Sweet Country is set in 1929 in the outback of the Northern Territory and is based on a series of true events. It is the story of a young boy called Philomac, who witnesses Sam, a First Nations stockman kill station owner Harry Marsh in self defence. Sam and his pregnant wife Lizzie go on the run while they are pursued across the outback.Bunurong Land Council will be performing a Welcome to Country and Yidiki Ceremony prior to the screening. 

  • Jaws of a prehistoric whale on a blue background with text that reads Prehistoric Bayside 29 June - 25 August

    Prehistoric Bayside Curator’s Talk

    Underneath the waves of Bayside, the fossils of giant predators that once swam on our coastline are slowly being revealed. From the largest shark that ever existed to the 'Demon-ducks of Doom', these fossils are being discovered by palaeontologist Ben Francischelli and a team of citizen scientists.This July school holidays, join us for a special, exclusive session at Bayside Gallery. Ben will be revealing the 'deadliest ocean that ever existed' and bringing along a number of fossils that are changing the way in which we understand prehistoric Bayside. 

  • Jaws of a prehistoric whale on a blue background with text that reads Prehistoric Bayside 29 June - 25 August

    School Holiday Drop-in Session - Flesh and Bones Drawing Activity

    In this fun, hands-on drawing activity, children will reconstruct some of the most famous animals that have ever lived in Victoria and Bayside.

  • Jaws of a prehistoric whale on a blue background with text that reads Prehistoric Bayside 29 June - 25 August

    School Holiday Drop-in Session - Flesh and Bones Drawing Activity

    In this fun, hands-on drawing activity, children will reconstruct some of the most famous animals that have ever lived in Victoria and Bayside.

  • Jaws of a prehistoric whale on a blue background with text that reads Prehistoric Bayside 29 June - 25 August

    School Holiday Drop-in Session - Flesh and Bones Drawing Activity

    In this fun, hands-on drawing activity, children will reconstruct some of the most famous animals that have ever lived in Victoria and Bayside.

  • A black and white image of a trio of singers

    Campfire Concert - Bush Gothic

    Gather around the campfire and join acclaimed contemporary-folk trio Bush Gothic as we move towards the winter solstice at Billilla Gardens.