Angair Wildflower & Art Weekend

The weekend has been running for more than 50 years and is an opportunity to learn about the Surf Coast’s diverse plants and animals with a wide array of local wildflowers on display.

Discover, explore and wonder at the amazingly diverse indigenous fauna and flora found in the extraordinary environment of the Surf Coast coastal hinterland.

The show also features guided walks to local wildflower spots, indigenous plant sales, nature-themed works by local artists and photographers.

Several environmental agencies and community organisations will mount information stalls and the event features various children’s activities.

Other features include a rolling display of the Angair Nature Show which was developed during COVID times. This year’s digital show contains a raft of new material including two self-guided virtual Family Walks and a stunning selection of photographs of local birds.

Remember: if you can't make it to Anglesea for the live event, you can still pop into the virtual nature show at

Angair, established in 1969, is an active conservation group dedicated to the protection of indigenous flora and fauna and to maintaining the natural beauty of Anglesea and Aireys Inlet and their local environments.

10am to 4pm

Anglesea Community Precinct in McMillan Street

Tickets are $5 for adults, $2 for students and pensioners and primary school children are admitted free. Tickets can be used multiple times over both days.

For many reasons, events may be cancelled, postponed or details changed. Please check the individual event's official website or social media channels for the latest information.


Surf Coast Shire Council Acknowledges the Wadawurrung People, and Gulidjan and Gadubanud Peoples of the Eastern Maar, their Elders and leaders past, present and emerging as the Traditional Owners of the skies, land, waters and sea country across our municipality. We acknowledge their care and custodianship for more than 60,000 years, which continues today. We walk with them as we respectfully care for and tread lightly on these lands. We also extend that respect to all First Nations people who are part of the community.