A Trail of Tales – Fringe Festival 2016

Created by The Tea Tree Gully Writers Group, Tea Tree Gully Library and Gallery 1855.

See stories by local writers brought to life by local artists!

Pine Park,  Tea Tree Gully – A place steeped with history, both traditional Aboriginal and more recent European, is also home to the magical.

Dip into the secrets hidden within, during the Fringe Festival exhibition: A Trail of Tales.

Accomplished writers from the Tea Tree Gully Writers Group, Paddocks Creative Writing group and SpecFic Chic have created a collection of stories and poems, sharing some of those secrets. Local Artists will interpret those stories into wonderful art installations

Discover the history, the whimsy, and the fantastic as you travel the Trail of Tales.

Suitable for families, people of all ages, and with a special schools page on our website, teachers will be able to access student resources.

The trail will offer signage including: QR codes caching for the public to access this website, read the stories or even listen to them read aloud.

 What a fabulous event! Some of the artworks and stories can be seen in the collection below


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