Over the two days, the public are invited to view an eclectic showcase of paintings, sculptures, glass, mosaics, ceramics, textiles, jewellery, leather, timber work and candles, which will all be available for purchase.
As visitors to Arcadia, Galston, Berrilee and Dural make their way along the scenic trail, they will also have the opportunity to visit eight private studios.
This is a unique opportunity to discover the artist's process first-hand and also explore the serene natural surroundings found in Sydney's Northern fringe - from impressive parks and vast forests to gentle pastures where alpaca graze alongside orchards.
There will also be three venues offering either specialty lunches or Devonshire Teas and light refreshments on both event days; Two Shed Cafe, 42 Bannerman and Arcadia Cafe.
An easy to follow map of the Arcadian Artists Trail can be found here and trail highlights and artist profiles are noted on the Arcadian Artists website; simply click on the respective locations;
An informative brochure is now available from Galston Village Shops, Dural Visitor Information Centre, Rouse Hill Visitor Information Centre, Hornsby Council and libraries throughout the Hills and Hornsby Shires.
An Arcadian Artists stand with maps and brochures will also be located outside Bendigo Bank, Galston on both event days.
For more information on the Arcadian Artists Trail, please visit the Arcadian Artists website and Facebook profile.