Kulin Arts Council
Arts in Kulin are well and truly alive! Kulin Arts Council is a non-for-profit community organisation passionate about connecting with and supporting art groups and individual artists within the Kulin community. The council also offers art based activities, workshops and assistance with grant applications. Individual annual membership fee is only $5.00
Contact Us! Kulin Arts Council @ PO Box 17, Kulin 6365. President: Erin Bailey Ph:9880 9013
Kulin Gallery and Studio
Phone Celia Carmody: 08 9880 4042
Opening Times: Fridays 10.30am – 4.00pm – (please phone Celia beforehand to check if the gallery is open on the day you plan to visit)
Location: Kulin Railway Station, Old Williams Kondinin Rd, Kulin (near the railway line)
Kulin Gallery and Studio: Located at Kulin Railway Station, Old Williams Kondinin Rd, Kulin (near the railway line).The gallery and studio is managed by Celia Carmody and Sharon Barndon. Come in and browse or purchase one of their beautiful pieces of artwork. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to come in and try their hand at pottery, painting any many other quirky and fun activities.
Phone: Marg Waters – 0429 880 125 or Dot Cook – 08 9880 1303
Opening Times: Every Wednesday and every second Monday: 8.30am – 3.30pm
Location: Kulin Memorial Hall, Johnston Street, Kulin.
Description:The Kulin Quilters are a passionate group of local ladies who meet to quilt and socialise. Over the years the Kulin Quilters have produced a range of high quality material masterpieces. Quilts are made for a range of purposes and people – personal projects, gifts for friends and family, fundraisers, charities and commissions. The Kulin Quilters are always looking for new group members and welcome visitors to stop by, check out their latest projects and have a cuppa.
Truck Driver/Road Train Operator
Council invite applications for a full time Truck Driver (Road Train). MC licence required.
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