Robertson Heritage Railway Station and grounds as a tourist train destination, local history museum and waratah garden. Annual events are organised in Spring and Autumn, and the Fettlers Shed Gallery…
Robertson Heritage Railway Station and grounds as a tourist train destination, local history museum and waratah garden. Annual events are organised in Spring and Autumn, and the Fettlers Shed Gallery hosts exhibitions.
The station has a museum, gallery, picnic pavilions, Perway/Gang Shed, reconciliation carved poles, and Flugelman sculpture in landscaped gardens.
The former workman's shed used by railway fettlers has been transformed into a multi-purpose building including an art gallery.
The Fettlers' Shed Gallery has hosted many art and craft exhibitions. Shows by local artists and craftspeople are open on weekends so that passengers and visitors can enjoy the excellent art displays on offer.
The Gallery is open during displays on weekends and is located at the end of Yarranga Street Robertson. There is a stunning show of waratahs in season.
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