Below we have compiled a list of web sites and resources that we have found useful. We hope you enjoy them.
Heytesbury Pty Ltd
Here you will find a brief overview of what Heytesbury does and links to the websites of some of its divisions.
As one of Australia's largest privately owned beef producers, Heytesbury Cattle Company owns and manages six cattle stations, with approximately 150,000 head of Brahman/Brahman Cross cattle roaming freely across the vast open spaces of Australia's north.
Vasse Felix was the first commercial vineyard and winery to be established in the Margaret River region of Western Australia.
Australian Chamber Orchestra
Internationally renowned for inspired programming and the rapturous response of audiences and critics, the Australian Chamber Orchestra is a product of our country’s vibrant, adventurous and enquiring spirit. In performances around Australia, around the world and on many recordings, the ACO moves hearts and stimulates minds with repertoire spanning six centuries and a vitality and virtuosity unmatched by other ensembles.
Australian Children's Television Foundation
The ACTF is a national children’s media production and policy hub?. We help develop children’s television policy; distribute and invest in Australian children’s television series; support new, innovative and entertaining children’s media; and develop valuable screen resources for the education sector.
Australian National Academy of Music
The Academy’s vision is to develop the country’s future musical leaders, distinguished by their musical skill, imagination and courage, and by their determined contribution to a vibrant Australian musical culture.
Art Gallery Of New South Wales
A spectacular collection of art works: Australian, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Western, Asian, Contemporary. Paintings, prints, sculptures, drawings, photographs and watercolours. Find out about current exhibitions as well as what is coming up.
Art Gallery of South Australia
The Art Gallery of South Australia holds one of Australia's finest art collections, housed in one of Adelaide's most beautiful historic buildings.
Art Gallery of Western Australia
Features works by indigenous, Australian and international artists. Offers events, tours, collections, gallery access, and students and teachers services.
Artists-Worldwide.net is an "artist portal" website designed to give all artists the opportunity to publicise themselves, display examples of their work and facilitate contact with anyone interested in art and the arts community. Artists-Worldwide.net does not sell, broker or participate in sales of artworks on this site and does not receive any commission or gratuity for the sale of works by the artist/gallery/artist representative through information contained on this website.
Australian Art Gallery
Australian Art Gallery is an online database for Australian artists, galleries and exhibitions.
Black Swan State Theatre Company
Black Swan State Theatre Company was established in 1991 and is regarded as one of Australia's leading theatre companies and perform works with indigenous and south east Asian cultures.
Committee For Perth - The Cultural Compact
The Cultural Compact provides a roadmap for private, public and not-for-profit organisations and government to help Perth onto that world cultural stage. Its ultimate aim is to develop Perth as a city where arts and culture is part of everyday life and people are attracted to come, stay and return to a world-class destination and location.
Heide Museum of Modern Art
Heide Museum of Modern Art showcases the best of Australian modernism as well as the most recent contemporary practice.
Insitute of Advanced Studies
For more information on the Day of Ideas
The Museum of Contemporary Art
The MCA is a distinctive and vibrant centre for the promotion of contemporary art and visual culture. It seeks to engage audiences with recent ideas in art through imaginative programs of exhibitions,screenings, public forums, debates, education projects, events and the use of new media technology.
National Gallery of Australia
The National Gallery of Australia's collections include more than 90,000 works across four main areas: Australian art, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander art, Asian art and International art.
National Gallery of Victoria
Founded in 1861, The National Gallery of Victoria is the oldest public art gallery in Australia. The NGV houses a collection of great richness and diversity, encompassing all major media of the fine and applied arts, and ranging in date from antiquity to the present day.
Australian Centre for Craft and Design; promoting contemporary artists. Includes a regional gallery, retail stores, professional development programme, and magazine.
Queensland Art Gallery
The major part of the The Queensland Art Gallery Collection is devoted to Australian art from Colonial times to the present, including painting, sculpture, prints, drawings, photographs, decorative arts and crafts.
Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
Due to the early development of Tasmania, this Museum and Art Gallery holds material relating to some of the Nation's earliest activities in the arts and natural and social sciences.
National Association for the Visual Arts
The National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA) is the national peak body for the visual arts, craft and design sector working through advocacy and service provision, to achieve a flourishing Australian visual arts sector and a more vibrant, distinctive and ethical cultural environment.
West Australian Symphony Orchestra
WASO provides music programmes of excellence - a vibrant and thriving unified orchestra of the highest quality, recognised as the leader in the arts community throughout Western Australia.