The Ballarat Frame Trail is the perfect excuse to get out, explore our beautiful city and say hello to spring in Ballarat.
We’ve decorated the CBD and Lake Wendouree precinct with some seriously big, brightly coloured and highly photogenic frames.
Check out the trail map below or click here to download a PDF of the map.
And don’t forget to share your pics with #hellospringballarat
- Pink frame: Ballarat Botanical Gardens
- Orange frame: Lake Wendouree
- Purple frame: 400 block of Sturt Street
- Yellow frame: 300 block of Sturt Street
- Green frame: Alfred Deakin Place
- Blue frame: Bridge Mall
The frames are on show until Sunday 25 October.
Say hello to longer days, warmer weather and more time spent outside.
Say hello to grabbing some delicious takeaway from your favourite spot and exploring your own backyard.
Say hello to sparkling afternoons beside Lake Wendouree.
Say hello to spring in Ballarat!
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