Cnr William Street and Mt Mee Road, Dayboro. Qld. 4521
There are three routes into Dayboro - through Petrie along Dayboro Road, through Samford along Mt. Samson Road, or over the D'Aguilar Range along the Mt. Mee Road.
The Dayboro Art Gallery is housed right on the main street of Dayboro, in the old Lawrence Thorpe's Plumber's Shop (circa 1950's) on the edge of Terror's Creek.
Dayboro is a "sprawling and charming town".
The town center has a supermarket,a petrol station several cafe's and boutique stores.
Besides the Art Gallery(old plumber shop)Historic stores include the butcher, post office and the former bank building, as well as the Crown Hotel .
Places of interest
Ocean View Estates Winery and Restaurant
The Butter Factory (Williams Street)
Glengariff Estate Winery
Mt Mee State Forest
Dayboro Swimming Pool & Gym
Dayboro Art Gallery
Old Mill Veterinary Surgery (The old Dayboro SawMill)
The Dayboro tourism area, stretching from picturesque Cedar Creek to the natural beauty of Mt Mee, is a unique destination combining small town charm with a thriving arts, food, wine, farming and outdoor living community
See the Contacts page for links to more Dayboro Info
Moreton Bay Regional Council
“The Dayboro Gallery is self-funded. The building is leased from the MBRC, and the exterior of the gallery is maintained by Council. The interior renovations, improvements and maintenance have been achieved by the hard work and expense of the members since its inception in the 1980’s. The maintenance and establishment of the gardens also is done by the members. Our mission is to present affordable art in a convivial environment for public enjoyment and to display and promote the work of aspiring and experienced non-professional artists from the Moreton Bay Regional area. ”
Dayboro Art Gallery members appreciate the ongoing supporting encouragement of the Moreton Bay Regional Council and its Cultural Services Team, as well as the Moreton Bay Arts Council Inc.”
Joanne is our very valued treasurer...but not a artist, but loves art... very much a big part of our group for all her hard work.
The team at HELP4BIS have donated time and half the expenses involved in the set up of this Dayboro website and on-line gallery.
About the Gallery
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