Hosted in a collection of yurts, FibreWorks showcases fibre art – basketry, paper, textiles and wood, created by local, national and international artists, showcasing emerging and established artists, and providing workshops.
Flying Anvil Studio is a showcase for many talented Sunshine Coast artists and artisans. The Gallery is open year-round, usually seven days a week from May to September.
Near the shores of Ruby Lake, visit the Iris Griffith Interpretive Centre for an in-depth look at Sunshine Coast nature. Activities include nature school for kids, workshops, lectures, slideshows, tours, summer internships, and more.
John Henry's is a full service marina & resort and includes a unique country General Store (open 7 days a week year round), a liquor store, fresh produce & groceries, an ATM, propane, bait, ice, gifts and fishing & boating supplies.
Motoko is one of the most established and recognized artists on the Sunshine Coast. Working predominantly in acrylics, water colour and encaustics, she is known for her fine sense of color, design and texture to create abstract paintings.