Craft lovers can expect an array of creative creations, from artworks, ironworks and interesting pottery to wooden chopping boards, at this year’s Bush Christmas exhibition on Neil Street from Wednesday 28 November to Friday 7 December.

This year’s Bush Christmas Exhibition will be held in Toowomba across two weeks aiming to showcase and highlight the works of rural artisans. These exhibitors have been busy all year round for this occasion where they will be putting the finishing touches on a huge array of quality handmade gifts and gourmet delights This year’s exhibition will oversee many new exhibitors who will be bringing in exciting creations as well as bringing in delectable gourmet preserves and Christmas treats. Attendees can also look forward to new artisans who specialise in pottery, handmade art and even photography. Some of the new exhibitors include Allan Edmondstone and Yve Gray from Stanthorpe Queensland, Coby Pate from Carmilla Queensland and Kim Storey from Eugowra New South Wales.

In the spirit of Christmas, Bush Christmas Exhibition will also be supporting the Queensland rural and remote families through the ICPA raffles which attendees can purchase daily.

Find out more information about Bush Christmas on our online calendar listing.