Raintree Art is an Aboriginal Art Gallery just outside Ballarat. They sell ethically sourced giftware and original paintings. Known internationally for their video of Aboriginal Artist Louise Numina painting her bush medicine leaves which worldwide has received over 60 million views.

Raintree Art is a member of the Aboriginal Art Association of Australia. They purchase directly from many of their artists and also purchase from Aboriginal Arts Centres and fair trade organisations. You can rest assured that all of Raintree Art’s paintings and giftware features real art by real artists who receive royalties for their work.

Their paintings range in size from small, through to extra-large, which is large enough to create a feature wall in your home or office. Raintree Art also have a large range of giftware for sale, including apparel, bags, wallets, books, cards and gift wrapping, cushion covers, decorations, drink coolers, kitchen items, Christmas items, house numbers and much more.

Open by appointment. If the opening hours don’t suit you, please get in touch and Raintree Art can arrange another time.

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64 School Lane, Cambrian Hill VIC 3352

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