Little Obelia Exhibit – Australian Sparkling and Oysters Opening
This commemorative exhibit marks the 100 Year Anniversary of the story of Little Obelia. A lesser known story from May Gibbs’ first published in 1921, which introduces characters and themes from under the sea.
Best remembered for her gumnut brothers from the bush, Snugglepot & Cuddlepie, May Gibbs also gave us an imaginary marine world full of ‘fish folk’ people and characters such as Ann Chovy, John Dory and Weedy Sea Dragons.
Located in Sydney’s Neutral Bay and is now a house museum surrounded by delightful waterfront gardens. May Gibbs’ Nutcote is an enchanting venue to be enjoyed by everyone, all year round.
This event will be subject to NSW Health COVID-19 guidelines
May Gibbs’ illustrations are © Northcott and The Cerebral Palsy AllianceLittle Obelia 100 Year Commemorative Exhibit
At Nutcote – The Home of May Gibbs
Location: 5 Wallaringa Avenue, Neutral Bay