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The Gallery at Bayside Arts & Cultural Centre

Cnr Carpenter and Wilson streets, Brighton VIC 3186

The Gallery at Bayside Arts & Cultural Centre is a new exciting exhibiting space, designed to professional standards and featuring a fully integrated audio-visual system. The Gallery showcases dynamic exhibitions by established, emerging and local artists. The following free exhibitions are just some of the highlights featured in the eclectic and vibrant new program being displayed across The Gallery’s exhibition spaces in the coming months.

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Palace Cinemas - Brighton Bay

294 Bay Street, Brighton VIC 3186

Antonio Zeccola's involvement in film dates back to the 1960's where his first foray into the motion picture industry was (like his father's before him) a rented town hall screening films to small but enthusiastic audiences.

His obvious passion and commitment translated into success very quickly and by the mid to late 1970's Antonio operated a number of suburban cinemas including The Metropolitan in Brunswick, The Roma in Bourke Street and The Palace in Bourke Street from which the group derived its current corporate identity as Palace.

The group continued to flourish throughout the 1980's and early 1990's with the addition of a number of successful locations such as the Dendy Brighton, The Balwyn Cinema and The Academy Cinema in Paddington, NSW. During this time Palace Home Entertainment was created to cater for the growing demand for home videos.

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Palace Cinemas - Brighton

26 Church Street, Brighton VIC 3186

Antonio Zeccola's involvement in film dates back to the 1960's where his first foray into the motion picture industry was (like his father's before him) a rented town hall screening films to small but enthusiastic audiences.

His obvious passion and commitment translated into success very quickly and by the mid to late 1970's Antonio operated a number of suburban cinemas including The Metropolitan in Brunswick, The Roma in Bourke Street and The Palace in Bourke Street from which the group derived its current corporate identity as Palace.

The group continued to flourish throughout the 1980's and early 1990's with the addition of a number of successful locations such as the Dendy Brighton, The Balwyn Cinema and The Academy Cinema in Paddington, NSW. During this time Palace Home Entertainment was created to cater for the growing demand for home videos.

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Brighton Theatre Company

Cnr Carpenter and Wilson streets, Brighton VIC 3186

Brighton Theatre Company began its days as “The St Andrew’s Players” performing at St. Andrew’s Church Hall in Brighton. The company then moved on to St Peter’s Parish Hall, Were Street and were known as “Brighton Repertory Company”, later changing their name to “Brighton Theatre Company”. An invitation was received from Brighton Council to use the main auditorium of the Town Hall, and in 1984 we began operations on that site. With the redevelopment of the Town Hall as an Arts & Cultural Centre, the company moved to the former library and constructed our own “little theatre” – seating 84 patrons. In 2009, the Bayside Council made a number of alterations to the interior of the building including a new entrance and modern foyer for the theatre. We have installed new seating and now seat 93 patrons.
 

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Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary

593 Briggs Road, Brighton TAS 7030

Bonorong is a Sanctuary for wildlife run by a passionate team of like-minded people. We're a social enterprise: a little business with a big heart.
Just 30 minutes north of Hobart's CBD, we are home to many animals, including wombats, koalas, Tasmanian devils, birds, quolls and more. We also have free-roaming kangaroos who are always keen for a good scratch on the chest and some gentle hand feeding (roo food included with entry).
 
A visit to Bonorong is not complete without joining one of our daily guided tours. These tours are free with entry and give you the opportunity to meet some of our most popular locals: the wombats, devils and koalas. You will hear little-known facts and stories of the wildlife in our care.
Tour groups, school groups and after-school groups can all be catered for with private tours and more. We have a Food Hut onsite, making it a great stop for lunch with 100% plant-based meals.
Bonorong is easily accessible by car, with free parking onsite.

The Gallery at Bayside Arts and Cultural Centre Logo and Images

The Gallery at Bayside Arts and Cultural Centre

Corner Wilson and Carpenter Streets, Brighton VIC 3186
Bayside has long been associated with the arts and has a rich cultural heritage. The Gallery at Bayside Arts and Cultural Centre, located in the Brighton Town Hall, presents a series of high quality temporary exhibitions, public programs and visual arts events, in both conventional and new media. Artists such as Martin Boyd, Clarice Beckett, Jessie Traill, Guy Boyd, Roger Kemp and Lenton Parr have all drawn inspiration from living in Bayside. The gallery gives visitors the opportunity to engage with important work by both local and non-local significant and established practitioners and provides a space for people to engage with art at all levels.
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Endota Day Spa Brighton Beach

242 The Esplanade (corner Grosvenor St), Brighton VIC 3186
Endota: an indigenous Australian word meaning beautiful Endota spa is the fresh, soothing, all-Australian day spa at home near you. Here, wellness is the way. Laidback and friendly, Endota spa welcomes absolutely everyone. Flawless walls. Timber benches. Essential oils meandering on the air. A billabong footbath lapping at your feet. Lap up Australian organic ingredients in every spa treatment, and at home, soak up organic Endota skincare. Endota spa provide ahhhh-mazing space for sidling in and chilling out. And ahhh-inspiring business opportunities for motivated day spa franchisees – we’re Australia’s largest day spa network, and Australia’s most successful day spa franchise system.
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Holdfast Bay History Centre

Ringwood House, 14 Jetty Road, Brighton SA 5048
Holdfast Bay History Centre aims to provide a historical information service which meets the needs of the Holdfast Bay community and to promote within this community an awareness of its history and heritage. The centre collects, preserves and makes accessible material relating to Holdfast Bay and the townships of Brighton and Glenelg. The collection focuses on the area's people, buildings and events and includes photographs, oral histories, newspaper articles, maps, artefacts, objects and books.

A Time and a Place, a sketching session with Stephen Nova

Corner of Carpenter and Wilson Streets, Brighton VIC 3186
Stephen will assist participants with their visual language. The session will begin with warm up exercises through observational drawing including; perspective (vanishing point), outlines and tone but most importantly your creative soul. Bring your sketching board pencils/charcoal/paints and enjoy a relaxed afternoon of sketching. This public program is in association with The Gallery at BACC exhibition From the Studio: Bayside Artists in Residence. Stephen was Artist in Residence at Billilla Mansion Gardens (2016/2016). This event also is held in conjunction with the Bayside Design Market. This is a free event, but bookings are essential via the trybooking link....

Animalia: Ceramics workshop with Anna Rowbury

Corner of Wilson and Carpenter Streets, Brighton VIC 3186
Creating sculptures that may be semi-functional hooks for hangings or sit flat for horizontal surfaces, Anna will explore the use of slips as additional decorative features. The items can be later fired by Anna to be collected at a later date. This workshop is a Gallery at BACC Public Program in conjunction From the Studio: Bayside Artists in Residence. This exhibition celebrates the artistic yield of the artists and writers who have completed a year-long Bayside Artist in Residence at Billilla Mansion Studios and is being held in conjunction with the Bayside Design Market. This is a free event, but bookings are essential via the link provided....