Gloucester Creative Community

Gloucester sits in a picturesque river valley surrounded by hills at the junction of the Avon, Gloucester and Barrington rivers. Short scenic drives around the district take you to dramatic mountain ranges, breathtaking views, beautiful valleys and platypus-filled rivers. However this pretty country town has much more to offer. Its rich heritage includes strong community engagement in the arts with vibrant local cultural institutions and amazing local events now supplemented by an emerging café society supporting local artists and a  live music scene.


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Gloucesters Cultural Highlights:

Gloucester Museum

Gloucester

Houses a significant collection of military memorabilia as well as a local collection of photos documents and artefacts (particularly tools). The museum is also known for its extensive collection of…

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  • 02 6558 9989

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12 Church Street, Gloucester

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Houses a significant collection of military memorabilia as well as a local collection of photos documents and artefacts (particularly tools). The museum is also known for its extensive collection of Australian rocks and minerals.

Opening Hours:
Tuesday 10:30 am. – 01:30 pm
Thursday 10:30 am. – 01:30 pm
Saturday 10:00 am. – 02:00 pm
Other times by appointment

Admission:
Adults $5.50 per head ;
Families $12.00 (2 Adults and 2 or more children);
School Students $2.20 per head

For more information on Gloucester Museum, give them a call on 02 6558 9989 or view their website, http://www.gloucestermuseum.com.au/

Gloucester Mosaic Walk

Gloucester

This easy walk through the heart of Gloucester depicts the history of Gloucester from the earliest days to present time through a series of mosaic art pieces. Some are on…

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27 Denison Street, Gloucester

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This easy walk through the heart of Gloucester depicts the history of Gloucester from the earliest days to present time through a series of mosaic art pieces. Some are on the footpath, some murals on building walls and others decorate local street furniture and meeting places.

The Walk begins outside the Visitor Information Centre where you can pick up you trail guide.

The Fox Den

Gloucester

It may be small but it packs a punch withits breakfast, lunch and tapas menu and regular live music gigs Thursday to Sunday . Open Monday, Tuesday: 6.30am-3.00pm, Wed, Thur,…

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  • (02) 6558 9701

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82 Church Street , Gloucester

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It may be small but it packs a punch withits breakfast, lunch and tapas menu and regular live music gigs Thursday to Sunday .

Open Monday, Tuesday: 6.30am-3.00pm,

Wed, Thur, Fri: 6.30am-9.00pm.

Saturday: 8:00am-9:00pm 

Sunday: 9:00am-2:00pm

For more information on The Fox Den, give them a call on (02) 6558 9701 or view their website, http://www.thefoxden.com.au

Café Perenti

Gloucester

Not only a great cafe and stockist of locally made gourmet foods, this café also showcases local artists with its ever changing exhibitions. Open 7 days a week.

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  • (02) 6558 9219

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69 Church Street , Gloucester

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Not only a great cafe and stockist of locally made gourmet foods, this café also showcases local artists with its ever changing exhibitions.

Open 7 days a week.

For more information on Café Perenti, give them a call on (02) 6558 9219 or view their website, http://perenti.com.au/

Gloucester Waste and Recycling Centre & Tip Shop

Gloucester

Tuesday-Friday: 7.30 – 4pm and Sat-Sun: 11am – 4pm. (closed Mondays, Christmas Day and Good Friday)

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385 Thunderbolts Way, Gloucester

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Tuesday-Friday: 7.30 – 4pm and Sat-Sun: 11am – 4pm. (closed Mondays, Christmas Day and Good Friday)