SeeChange is principally centred in Huskisson and Vincentia but festival events and exhibitions are hosted in public venues, private homes and significant local properties in and around the wider Jervis Bay and St George’s Basin area.
Once you are in the area pick up a festival map from cafes, visitor information centres and other public places.
Huskisson, NSW, Australia 2540
Due to of the nature of the venues used to host exhibitions and events parking may be limited. To check before arriving contact the host shown on the listing for that exhibition or event.
Due to the nature of the various venues accessibility may be limited or unavailable for wheelchairs, prams and so on. Please check the event listing for information or contact the host to check before arriving.
Access to Venues
Admission is mostly free. Some special events and workshops are ticketed and free, or ticketed and paid. To avoid disappointment check the listing of each event or exhibition for information on admission and to book or buy tickets if required.
Public toilets are widely available in and around festival venues and are marked on the festival map. Community venues all have toilet facilities and most private house venues will have a toilet available, if needed. Contact the host shown on the event listing to check what facilities are provided.
What's on, when
How to get there
Admission to SeeChange Festival exhibitions and events is mostly free. Some special events and workshops are ticketed and free, or ticketed and paid. See the listing of each event or exhibition for information on whether admission is free or paid, and to book or buy tickets.
Become a Festival Friend. Make a Tax Deductible donation to support SeeChange – a not-for-profit, community festival organised entirely by volunteers.
Make a submission
Be part of the festival. Enter work into exhibitions and prizes. Register your own cultural arts event on the program. Make an expression of interest for select opportunities.
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