Batchelor events

Batchelor, a picturesque town in the Northern Territory, offers a variety of arts and lifestyle events for locals and visitors. One of the popular events is the annual Lingalonga Festival, which provides a relaxing atmosphere for attendees to enjoy live music, food stalls, buskers, art and craft workshops, and a traditional weaving workshop. The festival also features activities for kids, such as clowns, waterslides, and sports, making it a family-friendly event.

In addition to the Lingalonga Festival, Batchelor and the surrounding area are home to art galleries such as Maningrida Arts & Culture, Coomalie Cultural Centre, and Muk Muk Fine Art, providing opportunities for art enthusiasts to explore and appreciate indigenous and contemporary art.

For those interested in creative arts and craft activities, the town offers various workshops and events, including those for young people. The Batchelor area provides a range of holiday activities for young people, such as creative arts and craft activities in the art room at TCYC, allowing them to engage in artistic pursuits and express their creativity.

Furthermore, the Coomalie Council hosts an annual Art Exhibit and Show at the Litchfield Outback resort, showcasing the work of local and regional artists. This event provides a platform for artists to exhibit their creations and for the community to appreciate and support the arts.