Rotary invites you to Exhibit in the Largest Artshow in the Region

The Rotary Club of Warrandyte Donvale are pleased to announce that our 2014 Warrandyte Artshow was an outstanding success for the community and participating artists.

A record of $20,000 was raised which was presented entirely to the local CFA units to assist in the purchase of a new fire tanker.

For supporting artists a record of 72 painting sales was achieved from the high quality 500 works exhibited.

All funds raised will go to supporting our community programs.

2015 Artshow Artists invitataion.

Artists are invited to join us for a night of entertainment at the gala champagne opening of the 2015  31st Warrandyte Art Show.

What: Gala Opening Warrandyte Art Show

When: Friday 20 March 2015 at 7pm

Where: Warrandyte Community Church, 57 Yarra Street, Warrandyte

Cost: $25 includes food, beverages and festivities

Come along on Friday night for a fantastic art auction, silent auction and raffle prizes.

Patrons will get first pick from the 500 paintings on display from local and interstate artists.

The show keeps its doors open throughout the Warrandyte Festival and provides a carnival feel to our unique event.

Public Viewing Days

Saturday 21st March – 10.00am to 5.00pm

Sunday 22nd March – 10.00am to 4.00pm

The Warrandyte Artshow is held in conjunction with the Warrandyte Festival which attracts thousands of visitors to our unique tourist town on the edge of the upper Yarra River. Patrons pay $5 to the view the exhibition.

How To Get There

Warrandyte Community Church, 57 Yarra Street, Warrandyte.
Melways page 23 D 12


Patrons entering the Art Show can park at the venue.

Reserved parking is available in the front of the Church hall for the duration of your visit to the art show.

You may be required to pay for your entry ticket when you arrive at the car park. There is also a back car park down the side drive of the church and also surrounding carparks in the area. Yarra St is also available to park in accordance with local council parking restrictions.