Arts, exhibitions & culture
It is the creativity found in the Eurobodalla that will astound and delight you.
Such a beautiful environment has attracted a large community of painters, sculptors, craftspeople and photographers, and galleries and private studios can be found in towns and villages throughout the whole area.
Museums, galleries and public art – see more in our Arts & Culture itinerary.
Batemans Bay Sculpture Walk
An outdoor gallery of public art along the Batemans Bay foreshore.
Take a short 1.5km walk from the Batemans Bay CBD and along the foreshore to the marina and rockwall to admire the public art along the pathway and set against the stunning backdrop of the bay.
Eurobodalla Mural Trail
Eurobodalla has a splash of colour with 6 murals in the region celebrating strength and beauty in the wake of the devastating bushfires!
These vibrant murals are to celebrate the resilience of our communities and are a collaboration between River of Art and the Business and Tourism Chambers in Eurobodalla.
Art Galleries and Spaces
Basil Sellers Exhibition Centre
Dedicated to celebrating local and national visual art and contemporary culture, the Basil Sellers Exhibition Centre is Eurobodalla’s first (and largest) purpose-built exhibition space.
Opened in 2019, ‘the Bas’ can accommodate a wide range art forms, with up to 10 exhibitions each year complementing its thoughtfully curated permanent collection. It also hosts the region’s top art prize, the Basil Sellers Art Prize.
Aboriginal cultural experiences
The story of the Yuin people
From its shorelines to its mountains, The Yuin people have called Eurobodalla home for thousands of years.
Visitors can immerse themselves in genuine Aboriginal cultural experiences and the rich diversity of Aboriginal heritage. Culture camps, walking tours, bush tucker tastings, dreamtime story telling and a range of other cultural activities can be experienced in Eurobodalla.
Watch the videos to learn more about the Yuin people of Eurobodalla.