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Now in its fourth year, Pave The Way to Gular Street Art Festival presented by the Gular Co-op, will this year be using billboards as their canvas. The huge billboards will be erected along the Riverwalk providing six mural surfaces to be transformed by prominent visiting artists.

Book a return seat to Gulargambone for Pave the Way to Gular Street Art Festival 2022.

Leave your car at home, and enjoy a bus ride to the festival on Sunday 11th September. Sunday is action-packed with live painting, market stalls, food vans, live music and entertainment.

Sunday 11th September, 2022
Langley’s Coaches

Depart at 8:45am from Dubbo Visitor Info Centre (lower Macquarie Street) and arrive in Gulargambone at 10:15am.
The bus will then depart Gular at 2:15pm having you back in Dubbo at 3:30pm.

Tickets are $30 return (includes entry to the festival).

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Gulargambone is fast becoming a cultural hot spot, thanks to innovative locals transforming their town with quirky and colourful art projects. 

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