Arts and Culture

Culture in its widest sense is about what matters to people and communities.

It is about relationships, shared memories and experience. It is about identity, history and a sense of place. It is about different ethnic, social and religious backgrounds found in our communities.

Culture is: “Our sense of place, our values and our identity".  The material products of creative processes – culture includes cultural assets and resources. It is about the things we consider valuable for passing onto future generations and is our way of connecting the present to the past and the future.

Although small Boyup Brook has a rich, diverse and colourful arts and cultural community. Visit the annual events page for information on local cultural events. On our Communities page under “Community Directory” you will find links to our creative people - our artists and arts organisations. The Boyup Brook Tourism Association website provides extra informatoin on what you can see around town:

For the size of our town Boyup Brook is home to many artists and art groups which buzz with creative energy. From theatre to textiles, from music to writing, from wood turning to visual arts - there are arts activities happening across the community and age sectors. So if you are interested in ceramics or singing, painting or scribbling there is plenty of opportunity for you to get creative.

Being able to experience art - either as an artist or audience member - helps keep us mentally healthy and is a measure of a civilised community.

Community Donations/Grants

The Shire of Boyup Brook offers community donations and grants to promote and support community-based initiatives which meet Council’s annually selected strategic direction and Community Services Planning.

All funding programs will be advertised annually in March with all applicants advised of the outcome of their application within one month of the adoption of the annual Budget.

Acquittals are due 30 June 2018. A template will be available on the website soon.

If you require further information please contact the Shire Office 9765 1200.


Events Calendar