Enjoy fantastic events for all ages at one of our local attractions
Discover the distinctive arts and culture of The Artisan Hills
Picnic in a park, wander through bushland reserves and walk, cycle and ride our trail network
Head out for a day of fun with these family-friendly activities
Unearth stories of pioneers and see the historic sites that make up our rich heritage
Dine on scrumptious food or sip your favourite beverage at one of our restaurants, cafes and bars
Taste superb wines, meet the winemakers and enjoy a variety of architectural styles and rural scenes
Browse local shops for unique gifts and mementos of your visit
Rest and relax at one of our bed and breakfasts, self-contained cottages or motels
The Artisan Hills new touring map
About The Artisan Hills region
How to get here and our transport options
Hurstbridge Primary School's annual Contemporary Art Exhibition and Sale. Held for 3 days over the Wattle Festival weekend.
The St Andrews Market has a vibrant and earthy atmosphere and has been a part of the local community for over 40 years.
A range of stalls, including veggies, fruit. condiments and sweet treats. All stallholders are local and sell their own produce.
Published on 08 June 2017
“There’s something magical about the stillness, that brief feeling of being the only person on earth.”
Published on 28 July 2016
“Someone will say ‘can you make this for me’, I’ll say ‘yes I can’ and it really clicks in their heads that they can actually have anything that their hearts desire if they want it made from metal.”
Published on 20 June 2016
One of the key concepts behind Oku Den’s range of clothing is the importance for clothing to make its wearer feel good about themselves.