Between Friday 20 September and Thursday 28 November come and see Six Eco Systems of Noosa exhibition commissioned by Noosa Integrated Catchment Association (NICA) at Pomona Railway Station Gallery.
Six absolutely beautiful paintings signifying six categories of vegetation and ecological systems in the Noosa catchment will be on display: Seacoast and Fore Dunes, Tidal Wetlands, Fresh Water Wetlands, Heathlands, Wallum, Eucalypt Forest, and Rainforest. It is definitely worth your while.
If you're a teacher, plan an interesting excursion with your class to Pomona Railway Station Gallery while learning about the Noosa catchment. If you're a resident, drop by the gallery to admire these paintings. If you're a visiting around the area, definitely pop by. If you're looking for ideas for a day trip, then you've found one.
Since its opening in March 2001, the Pomona Railway Station Gallery displays an assortment of works from local artists and artisans. When you come to the gallery, you'll see quite a few buildings of historical value. Whether you're a visitor or a resident, check out the Information Room which contains lots of information and maps of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland. See paintings and woodwork at The Signal Room; get some inspiration from unique crafts and art work at The Station Master Room; attend a workshop, have a cuppa or make new friends at their gatherings at The Banana Shed; check out the exclusive Carriage Exhibition Room for any current exhibitions; take a look at The Blacksmith Shop, an excellent replica of a slab hut; and last but not least, admire their magnificent garden.
This exhibition is absolutely free so plan a day trip to Pomona, or spare a few hours to gaze at these wonderful paintings.