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Surfest Cultural Festival:

The Wandiyali ATSI Indigenous Classic, the richest Indigenous surf contest in Australia will take place at Merewether Beach on Saturday 29th February and Sunday 1st March 2019. The event is set to again offer Australia’s biggest purse for an Indigenous surfing competition, offering a total prize money pool of $22,000 for male and female Indigenous surfers. This is the richest indigenous surfing contest in world and is an important part of the Surfest festival.

Dates: Saturday 29 February 2020


Olive Tree Markets:
Be sure to save the upcoming dates for The Olive Tree Markets in your diary. A great day out for the whole family, with so much to explore, experience and enjoy. You can look forward to a fun filled day and expect a fantastic line-up of stalls, art, design, food and live music. We love being a part of such a wonderful, creative community and you're invited to join in on the fun. Be sure to pop in to the Saretta Art and Design stall and say Yaama (hello), see you there.
Dates: Saturday 7 March 2020


Blak Markets:
For anyone who calls Sydney home or that may be visiting the area, we would love to invite you the Blak Markets on Bare Island. Come along for the opportunity to shop unique gifts and taste authentic bush tucker. We hope to see you at the Saretta Art and Design tent. The Blak Markets are home to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and craftspeople who sell their wares and tell their stories.
Dates: Sunday 8 March 2020
Address: Anzac Parade, Bare Island, La Perouse
Entry: $2.50 per person with children under 5 free.




When we were looking for a unique Indigenous artwork for our office, Saretta quickly become our choice of artist to tell Winc’s story.

I can highly recommend her professionalism and collaborative approach – her finished artwork speaks for itself.


Hunter Water

Working with Saretta and her team to develop the artwork for our Reconciliation Action Plan has been an absolute pleasure. Saretta’s warmth and generosity made the process incredibly informative, contemplative and enjoyable.

Danielle Gentles, Project Manager 

NSW Communities and Justice

It has been a fabulous journey from the beginning in the workshop and now to have the opportunity to have our story evolve into this beautiful artwork which has a direct linkage and connection to all of us.

Jill Murray, Head of Marketing & Communications


Thank you Saretta and John for all your help with artwork and creatives for our Reconciliation Action Plan.

We really wanted to tell a creative visual story, and we really appreciated that you took the time to work with us and understand what we wanted to convey.