Christmas shopping at Moreton Bay art galleries

Published 12:00pm 14 December 2023

Christmas shopping at Moreton Bay art galleries
Words by Nadia Chapman

This Christmas, two art galleries in Moreton Bay are encouraging locals to tick off their Christmas lists in style at the gallery pop-up shop.

Redcliffe and Caboolture art galleries are participating in the initiative this holiday season.

Both Christmas pop-up shops feature an array of handmade gifts from local artists and artisans.

Choose from a large selection of gift options at the Redcliffe Art Gallery, including jewellery, ceramic pieces, limited edition art prints, handcrafted Christmas decorations, authentic First Nations products and books and stationery.

Caboolture Art Gallery offers similar gifts, as well as handcrafted children’s toys, unique pieces of fashion and First Nations homewares.

There will also be exclusive Martin Edge merchandise to purchase available at his All the Best exhibition being featured at Pine Rivers Art Gallery this summer.

Stock up and shop local this holiday season at Redcliffe, Caboolture and Pine Rivers Art Gallery:

Redcliffe Art Gallery

Where: 1 Irene St, Redcliffe

When: December 1 to December 23, from 10am-4pm | Closed Sunday and Monday

Caboolture Art Gallery

Where: 4 Hasking St, Caboolture

When: December 2 to December 23, from 10am-4pm | Closed Sunday and Monday

Pine Rivers Art Gallery

Where: 130/134 Gympie Rd, Strathpine

When: Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm | Closed Sunday and Monday

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