Port Douglas Art & Galleries coupled with a talented range of musicians and artists supported by the local theatre and live music scene, showcases an astounding range of art mediums including photography, oil, collage, watercolour and sculpture. Rivalling what the art lover would find in the galleries of Australiaâ€™s major cities, exploring the Port Douglas Art & Galleries is a must for all lovers of the art world.
Port Douglas Art & Galleries introduce the traveller to a fantastic range of the photographic medium. Landscape photographer Perrin Clarke invites you into the PCP Gallery to indulge your senses in photographs of this spectacular region.
PCP Gallery also displays the work of fine artist Cara Stevens, whose inspiring work is a combination of paint, photography and natural elements. Also on display at the Port Douglas Sunday Markets, Cara Stevens Art is one of many artists on display including photographer Naomi Murphy. Port Douglas Art & Galleries also showcases the striking work of local artist Jeff Whitehill, whose collection of oil, watercolour and acrylic work will be a must purchase for your home.
For those looking to take home a selection of Indigenous work, the Bilby GalleryKarnak CafÃ© and Gallery, Oceanic Art, and the Arthouse, together with the Bilby Gallery and PCP Gallery. in Macrossan Street showcases the best of Australiaâ€™s talented Indigenous artists. And should a day of gallery hopping be on your list of things to do, check out the
Port Douglas Art & Galleries also host a talented range of musicians who perform on a regular basis throughout the townâ€™s entertainment venuesCourt House Hotel, the Central Hotel and On the Inlet restaurant. Local celebrities in their own right, soloists including Ben Jamminâ€™, The Gusman and Sonny Boy, and popular band acts such as the Bourbon Gorillas, the Stumbling Mountain Goats and regional favourites The Swinginâ€™ Alley Catz, will have you in tune with the Port Douglas groove before the end of your first beer! including the
Not forgetting the world of dramatic art, Port Douglas Art & Galleries proudly boasts two operating theatres, including the Clink Theatre, showcasing local dramatic and musical productions together with travelling musicians and artists, and the Karnak Theatre, offering a magnificent range of local, Australian and International performances throughout the year. Event tickets for different events may be purchased online.
For those who crave a little history, Port Douglas Art & Galleries wonâ€™t disappoint, with two very special must do museums â€“ The Douglas Shire Historical Societyâ€™s Old Court House Museum, and the Beck Aviation and Military Museum in Mareeba.