Huon Valley Arts & Entertainment

Marvel at the creativity of our makers, see them in action and even book a class or session to uncover a hidden talent and take home something to remind you of the Huon Valley.

The arts are for everyone and they’re all about exploration, curiosity and practise.

You’ll find unique pieces here, as our makers create small amounts of work they enjoy.

Creative people move to the Huon Valley so they can do what makes their heart sing (and to literally sing, sometimes, too).

You’ll feel the influence of the place in the creative work that’s done here.

Plan your trip to make sure you see some small galleries, buy some art, listen, watch or learn new skills to make things you’ll enjoy looking at, thinking about and using for years to come.

Find artists and entertainers

Palais Theatre

Built in 1912, the Palais is the grandest of all public halls in the Huon Valley.

The Aurora Fae

A Small Artist-run Studio Galley in Geeveston.


Welcome! I’m Lana, a watercolour artist in Southern Tasmania.

The Edge of Nature – Sculptured Furniture and Functional Art

A quirky space filled with unusual furniture, outdoor sculptures and wooden animals.

Mikkris House

Artist Ross Patston-Gill established and built upon a reputation for producing unique artistic pieces featuring the breath-taking colours and textures of Tasmania's unique timbers, with many of these pieces now proudly displayed in homes, businesses and private collection around the world.

Campo de Flori

Campo de Flori is a boutique family run farm and ceramic artistry.

Beak & Whisker

Contemporary Wildlife Artist Brian Looker. Studio located at Geeveston.

Huon Valley Concert Band

The Huon Valley Concert Band is a community music group based in Huonville. Offering two ensembles, Concert Band and Swing Band. Membership is open to anyone who enjoys playing in musical ensembles. Catering for all levels of proficiency and age - beginners to professional players from school age through to life long players.

Cygnet Singers

Cygnet Singers is an ANCA-affiliated, non-auditioned SATB choir of approximately 50 voices, based in the town of Cygnet in Tasmania’s Huon Valley. It was formed in 1984 and has a broad repertoire which is presented at public concerts and community events.