St Arnaud-Railway Station
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Connect – Support – Promote – Heritage Custodians
Raillery Hub St Arnaud brings together established and emerging artists and creatives, many of them talented locals. Every two months we feature a new Solo or Group exhibition in the main and auxiliary public galleries.
At the front of house is a Creatives and Produce Market, representing a stable of more than 30 talented locals and their work is promoted for sale.
We are proud to be Custodians of the 1878 Heritage listed St Arnaud Railway Station in which Raillery Hub is situated. Ask for a Rail History Walk Guide to identify significant artefacts.
Entry is free.
Who We Are
At the Raillery Hub we know that sometimes all it takes to create change is a little support.
Since our founding in 2017, we have been determined to make an impact. The core of our efforts is to bring our team’s fresh ideas and passion to the range of activities Raillery Hub offers.
They are ostensibly aimed at enabling increased community participation for health and wellbeing, with weekly art workshops and other interest groups events.
Ways We Help
The work we do at our Non-Profit Organization is about providing a holistic approach to solving some of our society’s biggest challenges by increasing social awareness, providing opportunity and inclusion for all. We also provide marketing insights to our Market and Gallery suppliers, offer educational workshops, and mentorship through skills sharing.
Raillery Hub aims to bring people together through specially designed events to strengthen community spirit and cultivate ideas.
Our partnerships developed through shared interests also extend to the wider region, as part of tourist trail networks, and broader arts and rail community.
Welcome to our Gallery Shop
Promoting Tourism for St Arnaud
We are about putting our "Community on Show" and providing opportunity to realize artistic talent that resides amongst us.
We value our railway heritage and are motivated to maintain and invigorate these features as an added draw card for tourism to our town.
"Great things are done by a series of small things brought together"