Artists throughout Bunbury’s tree street will open their homes and showcase their art for the community during the Tree Street Art Safari this Month.
The self-guided tour will take art enthusiasts through the homes of the local artists to explore the art on display, including garden design, painting and sculpture.
This year’s festival will include a look into the history of Bunbury architecture conducted by accredited heritage listed architecture expert Kent Lyon.
The architecture tour will kick off from Bunbury Primary School at 10am.
The collection of more than 10 artists in the Tree Street area including Deborah Campbell, Jeana Castelli and Six.Two.Three.Zero artist Andrew Frazer will be showcasing their work.
Event organiser Jo O’Dea said the enthusiasm the event inspired was incredible.
“The safari has the ability to pull in artists from around Bunbury and the greater Geographe area. It’s fantastic because it means we see a lot of new and established artists getting their work out there,” Ms O’Dea said.
There will also be guided Treasurers of the Cathedral tour held at 2pm and 3pm.
The Tree Street Art Safari kicks off at 11am on March 25.