Toowoomba is celebrating the incredible creative talent of the outback at the Bush Christmas Exhibition, showcasing the works of 110 leading rural and remote artisans from Friday 18 to Sunday 27 November.
The exciting collection of handmade gifts, stunning artworks and gourmet delights is like nothing else around, and the quality of workmanship in each piece will ensure the perfect addition to any Christmas list.
Organiser Liz McClymont said Bush Christmas has been celebrating the incredible talent we have in rural and remote areas by recognising and promoting the unique and innovative work and providing each exhibitor with an avenue to promote and sell their work to a wider audience.
“Affordability, quality and innovation are the characteristics that make this event unique and the diverse range and degree of excellence in every piece has helped to promote and support the artisans,” Mrs McClymont said.
“With new exhibitors and some of the old favourites on display, you are sure to find something you love that is unique and generally not available in stores.” An extensive range of exciting products is for sale with everything from exquisite jewellery, textile creations and works of art, to beautiful homewares, soaps, books and cards.
The imaginative culinary creations of the bush will be on display with a multitude of gourmet delights and hampers which arecharacteristic of the heartwarming tastes of the country kitchen. And the kids have not been forgotten with inspiring handcrafted toys, clothes, accessories and books to enjoy.
The exhibition is set up as a gallery style sale of works, so it is easy to explore and find what you are looking for. With stocks replenished daily, there will always be something new and exciting to see no matter what day you attend.
Get a taste for some of the beautiful creations that are available for sale by visiting www.bushchristmas.com
15th Annual Bush Christmas Exhibition
Friday 18 November to Sunday 27 November 2011
9.00am to 6.00pm daily (Free admission)
58 Neil Street Toowoomba (Masonic Centre next to Empire Theatre)