Art and Culture

Hunter’s Hill Council has a long history of art and culture. While Council’s cultural events are popular with today’s generation, it is important to acknowledge Hunters Hill's diverse history, particularly its rich Indigenous culture.

Councils are now recognised as integral in fostering cultural development within the communities they are responsible for. Of all levels of government, local councils are uniquely positioned to lead local art and cultural planning, leveraging their expertise in community consultation and understanding of local values and aspirations for effective cultural development.

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Council also hosts a series of cultural events throughout the year, including the Moocooboola Festival, which attracts a crowd of 20,000 to Boronia Park with a vast array of food, stalls, rides and entertainment. For information on upcoming events, visit our events page.