Looking for an enchanted escape these school holidays?

11 January 2019

Looking for an enchanted escape these school holidays?

Discover a world of wonder and whimsy as the Bondi Pavilion Gallery is transformed into The Enchanted Garden from 10am to 5pm daily until 27 January.

The Enchanted Garden is presented by Waverley Council to offer contemporary art to contemporary kids of all ages, as well as grown-ups.

The project includes a free exhibition of works by prominent Australian artists Tully Arnot, Mylyn Nguyen, Trevor Smith, ChiliPhilly, Mark Etherington, David Lawrey, Jaki Middleton, Rosie Deacon and Emily Crockford.

There will also be ticketed events and workshops where children can create their own mechanical steampunk flying creatures, be dazzled by a puppeteer poet, create magical creatures with wool and enjoy story time.

There will also be an adults-only evening of cocktails and crochet on Friday, 25 February from 6pm to 9pm with celebrated contemporary crochet artist Kirsten Fredericks at the Bondi Pavilion Bar.

To book tickets, visit the links page at http://www.waverley.nsw.gov.au/recreation/calendar_of_events.