Condamine Country Art and Open Studio Trail

The Condamine Country Art and Open Studio Trail reveals the artist in their “natural habitat” – their home studio . They want to share the fantastic local artists and collectives with visitors as well as their beautiful towns on the Southern Downs, big and small, along the way. Their event links with the Granite Belt Art and Craft Trail (GBART) to create two weekends which showcases the awesome creativity of their whole Southern Downs region.

The Condamine Country name encompasses the towns that sit along the upper reaches of the Condamine River. The headwaters of the river rise on the slopes of Mount Superbus, part of the Main Range, before passing through Cambanoora Gorge. The river flows through the towns of Killarney and Warwick before heading west to eventually become the Darling River. Townships that could be featured on our trail in 2021 are Allora, Freestone, Killarney, Leyburn and Warwick.

This event is a small, curated studio tour. Parallel activities round out the program including 3D chalk art presentation, the Arts Dinner, a collection showcase exhibition at Warwick Art Gallery and more.


Various locations, Warwick
4370, QLD