Arts & Culture

The next time you Wander Out Yonder, why not explore the inland arts and treasures on offer in the Wheatbelt?

Come and join us in celebrating the unique arts and cultural offerings this amazing region has to offer.

Beverley Station Arts and Platform Theatre

Located in the centre of Beverley, the Station Gallery and Platform Theatre is the heart of the Arts community in the town. The Station Gallery is home to the Shire of Beverley community art collection.

An Artist in Residence program runs from the old station masters residence, culminating in several Exhibitions each year. ​Open Thursday to Sunday, 11am – 3pm. *Closed through the month of January

More information –
120 Vincent Street Beverley
Mobile: ​0419 040 063

East End Gallery

The East End Gallery is home to a vast collection of artwork, including paintings and sculptures; most of the work on display is for sale. Owners Kate and Michael are passionate about supporting and promoting the works of Wheatbelt and Western Australian artists. You will also find on coffee locally made jewellery, craft and clothing. 

The gallery is open Thursday to Sunday 11am to 5pm or by appointment and open public holidays.

More information – 
116 Vincent Street Beverley
Kate – 0414 255 781 
Michael – 0400 373 822

Kelly D Pottery Studio

Create your own unique ceramic pottery. Kelly offers individual studio session as well as themed group workshops.

R Luck Design & Marion Luck Art

A lovely studio of creative arts with Rebecca’s jewellery designed and made here in Beverley, and Marion offering art lessons and workshops. Art and jewellery for sale.

Mandy's Art Garden

Check out Mandy’s purpose-built workshop space on Vincent Street or enrol in one of her latest art workshops at the Art Garden.

Street Murals

Enjoy a walk around town and admire the Shire of Beverley’s commissioned murals painted by artist James Giddy.  The five murals are located amongst the buildings in Vincent Street.

​James Giddy’s work is inspired by the natural environment, which is a perfect fit in Beverley’s streets-cape.

Dead Finish Museum

As the oldest building in Beverley, the “Wheatsheaf Inn” was build by Alfred Smith in 1872. It now houses a very fine collection of artifacts depicting life in Beverley since settlement in 1831. Open every Sunday from 11am to 3pm from mid-March to November and at any other time requested. 

More information-
Cnr Hunt Road and Morrison Street
PO Box 182, Beverley WA 6304

To open up please call
Joy 0427 411 881 or Delys 9646 1075

Avondale Machinery Museum

The Avondale Agricultural Museum Collection is located at Avondale Farm a 710ha property, located 6km west of Beverley. The collection was comprised of items donated by farmers from around the State for the sesquicentenary celebrations in 1979. The exhibition concentrated on items of technological significance, much of which was restored by the Department of Agriculture’s workshop. The collection was specifically put together to represent the historical equipment of all the processes in agricultural production, and therefore tells the story of the development of farming in the Western Australian Wheatbelt. 

More Information –
​550 ​Waterhatch Road Beverley

Fergusons Vintage Machinery Museum

Barry Ferguson operates this private display of vintage machinery and appliances from days gone by. The display is also home to a very impressive vehicle registration plate collection, and various items of local significance. Open most weekends or by appointment.

More information – 
22 Hunt Road Beverley
Phone: (08) 9646 1034

Aeronautical Display - Beverley Visitor Centre

The Silver Centenary is a biplane which was built in Beverley between 1929 and 1930 by a local named Selby Ford. Plans for the plane, which was named in honour of Western Australia’s 1929 centenary, were drawn to scale on the floor of the Beverley powerhouse which Ford owned. The aircraft made its inaugural flight on 1 July 1930 and was flown for the next 18 months, but after Ford proved unable to provide the authorities with blue prints and technical specifications, it was mothballed in 1933.

There is a wonderful interactive display, complete with a 1:5 scale model, exact replica of the silver centenary plane built in Beverley.

More information
Beverley Visitor Centre
141 Vincent Street Beverley
Phone:  (08) 9646 1555

Open 6 days 

Vincent Street Heritage Walk

This award-winning trail guides you on a tour of the stunning heritage buildings in Beverley. Download the app by scanning the QR code at the trail head just outside the Beverley Visitor Centre. As you walk along Vincent Street pedestals will be found outside the buildings of significance or follow the map on the Augmented app reality app. Each identified place has cultural significance to the Beverley community.

Image of the interpretive street sign on the heritage walk in Beverley

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