Kyneton Art Galleries & Creative Workshops: Find out why the Macedon Arts Scene is Flying.
Updated: Jun 17, 2019
Did you know Macedon Ranges has the highest number of artists per capita in Australia?
There's something for everyone. Watch our video to learn why Kyneton and the Macedon Ranges is the place to explore creative, art-based experiences.
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No doubt you've heard of, or been to, the Lost Trades Fair in Kyneton over the past 5-6 years.
Every long weekend in March over 120 artisans assemble in Kyneton for the two-day fair to demonstrate how trades used to be done. You can see everything from blacksmiths, stonemasons, pipe makers, chair and spoon makers, box brownie photographers, ceramicists, toy soldiers, guitar makers, penny farthings, the list goes on.
And the company that founded the fair, Rundell & Rundell, also have a creative workshop in town where you can make your very own three-legged stool or fully blown Windsor rocking chair. Workshops can be anywhere from 3 to 8 days and are a fantastic way to get back to how furniture used to be made.
If you sign up for a workshop and need accommodation, why not stay with us at luxury boutique Carrick accommodation in the heart of Kyneton, where most things are a short walk away.
The workshops are just one of the artistic offerings up here in the Macedon Ranges.
If you are up for browsing, there are numerous gallery spaces in Kyneton, try Stockroom on the lower end of Piper St for an ever-changing range of installations, artworks, sculpture and clothing, it's pretty cool. Don't leave town with at least a look through great space which used to be Kyneton's old Butter Factory.
The Old Auctions House on Mollison St also features various art works and lead light workshops for all ages.
Many of the artists up here have Open Studios, where you can watch the artist at work.
Where to Stay in Kyneton?
Plan a trip for two and stay at the luxury boutique 'Carrick' accommodation in the heart of Kyneton.
Carrick is a two-room offer in the heart of town at the rear of one Kyneton's heritage-listed bluestone homes. The master bedroom is complemented by a huge en suite that features a massive bath and walk in shower.
With its own entrance, your privacy is maintained at luxury boutique Carrick accommodation.
The bedroom comes equipped with a king size bed, TV, armoire, tea and coffee facilities, full-length mirror, hydronic heating and operating fireplace.
Rates are $220 a night for Sunday through Thursday and $260 for Friday and Saturday nights.
You really are in the centre of the action with your luxury Carrick accommodation just two blocks to Piper St and Mollison St for cafes, restaurants, pubs, shopping, day spa, antique shops, nurseries and much more.
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