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Floating Land: point to point marks the 10th iteration of Floating Land, one of Noosa’s most significant and iconic cultural events. From the serene shores of Lake Cootharaba at Boreen Point to the rocky outcrops of Noosa National Park – and several places in between – you are invited to experience thoughtful, challenging and environmentally aware works that engage sensitively with these special and spectacular spaces.

Please join us along with the Gubbi Gubbi Dance Troupe and Floating Land artists for the unveiling of Brook Andrew’s Travelling Colony and an afternoon of storytelling and workshops.

Immerse yourself in free workshops and events, including River Listening from Source to the Sea with artist Leah Barclay, and experience a collection of sculptures that emerge from the water itself. Take your time to walk the Ephemeral Art Trail or search for the Poly Pods scattered along the foreshore. Enjoy the Gubbi Gubbi Dance Troupe performance and Welcome to Country taking place on the corner of the Esplanade and Boreen Point Road.

Floating Land: point to point
12 October 2019
3.00pm - 6.00pm
Corner of the Esplanade and Boreen Point Road, Boreen Point

PLEASE NOTE: If the weather is unsuitable for tomorrow’s official opening at 3pm (ie. rain or storm), please meet the Floating Land team at the Apollonian Hotel, Boreen Point. The official opening will still go ahead. www.apollonianhotel.com.au

Free entry
All welcome

Following the opening, you are invited to mingle with the artists at the Apollonian Hotel from 6pm. Food and drinks at your own cost.

Image: Lyndon Davis' enchanting welcome to country during the 2009 Floating Land Clay Kiln firings facilitated by Quixotica at Dunn's beach, Lake Cootharaba (detail). Photo: Raoul Slater.