Arts and Music - What’s happening?

We are delighted to work with many artists, musicians, theatre groups as well as partnering with local festivals and groups to bring a wide variety of artistic events to our community. We acknowledge the links between spirituality and the arts, particularly in our indigenous musicians, and celebrate the depth that music and the arts bring to our experience of life. Our events reflect our love of community and our commitment to be a community of hospitality and welcome.


Deborah Conway & Willy Zygier
Songs From The Book Of Life,
a career spanning selection of music and stories. There is unflinching honesty, humour, revelation and a reflexive desireto let it all hang out. And some damn fine tunes.

RESCHEDULED Sunday 6 March 2022


Kirks Place

Postponed. New date tba

Welcome to Country & Smoking Ceremony
Music, food, bubbles, art activities
Contemplative Spaces

lighthouse arts collective

Save the date…


sacrededge festival

diving deep into diversity
arts, music, stories

First Nations • Refugee • LGBTIQ • Earth & Ocean • Wellbeing

El Vito

Spanish Flamenco

NEW DATE 3 October

Rodrigo, De Falla, Albeniz & more

10 string classical and flamenco guitarist

flamenco dancer

musical passion and virtuosity

Sunday 3 October at 4pm (bar open at 3.45)

St Kilda Film Festival

Victorian Tour
Saturday 31st July
Ticket $20, Doors open 3pm, Films at 3.30pm
Ticket includes interval refreshments. Drinks at bar prices

St Kilda Film Festival hits the road, taking the best of the fest to destinations throughout the state on its Victorian Tour. Join us for a curated screening featuring a selection of Australia’s Top Short Films presented across two sessions: Award Winners and Director’s Choice. All films are rated MA 15+.

The afternoon features two sets of short films with refreshments at interval included in ticket price. Bar available

Book tickets online here

Winter Solstice Celebration

Wednesday 23 June

followed by Hearty Soup

Warm your body and soul
around the Contemplative Fire!

Mulled Wine,
Reflections on Light & Warmth
in the Depth of Winter.


Connecting through Music, Hospitality, the Arts...

The benefits of the concert and arts program are:

  • opens up this unique venue, with excellent acoustics and intimate atmosphere, for music and the arts.
  • develops relationships with and across the community.
  • supports local musicians and brings other artists to Queenscliff.
  • raises funds for local mission and community groups.
  • promotes spiritual enrichment through music and arts.
  • provides low-cost, local entertainment that is accessible and varied in style.


The Queenscliff Hall is a great space for art exhibitions. It has hosted the Sacrededge Exhibition, Rural Australians for Refugees installations, regularly hosts the QAL Arts group as well as various photographic and other exhibitions put on by local artists and groups. Art can also displayed in other spaces throughout our centres.