Visit Stonehouse Makers Gallery in Warrandyte
We are open Tuesday - Sunday 10.30 am–5pm
Please note, for the safety of our customers and staff we do not open on days that are rated by the CFA as Code Red, Extreme or Severe weather.
We apologise for any inconvenience.
To find out information about local conditions, go to cfa.vic.gov.au or call the Victorian Bushfire Information Line on 1800 240 667
Stonehouse Gallery & Shop
103 Yarra Street
Mel Ref Map 23 E 11
T +61 (3) 9844 3629
How To Get To Warrandyte
Metlink buses service Warrandyte, with access from Melbourne City (Route 906 Smart bus), City via Doncaster (Routes 201, 203, 207, 207) and City via The Pines Shopping Centre (Route 305). Buses also operate from Box Hill (Route 286), Ringwood (364) and Eltham (Routes 578/579) directly to Warrandyte. Please check the Metlink website for current
timetables at www.metlinkmelbourne.com.au
Warrandyte is located between Eltham and Ringwood, just 30 kilometres east of Melbourne following Eastlink and exiting either via Doncaster, Donvale or Ringwood or following key routes via Templestowe, Ringwood or Eltham.
Hire A Community Bus
The Manningham Community 20 seater bus is available for hire by Manningham based not-for-profit community and sporting groups, and can be hired to take an organised group to a planned trip to the studios of Warrandyte. For more information call Council Facilities on 9840 9300 or visit www.manningham.vic.gov.au
Warrandyte – an artist’s idyllic haven and much more
Warrandyte is renowned as a location that has been favoured by artists for many years. From the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries the Heidelberg School frequently visited the area. Today many artists are attracted to live in and visit Warrandyte and there are many successful arts studios, galleries and arts-based events operating within the area.
Warrandyte is also home to the closest State Park to Melbourne and is a haven for picnickers, bushwalkers, canoeists and people who simply enjoy the history and natural beauty of the area.
And in March each year, the Warrandyte Festival welcomes thousands of local families and visitors to experience the unique surroundings and village atmosphere. Festival-goers enjoy the duck race, billy cart derby, art and craft markets, great live music and fabulous festival fare. The kids are entertained all weekend while adults enjoy the swinging sounds of vibrant bands and catching up with friends. For more details visit www.warrandytefestival.org