The Paper Mill, which was built in the 1870’s, is about three kilometres from the centre of Geelong.
The blue stone/brick complex sits next to the Barwon River which once powered the mill.
Buildings on the site have been preserved, retaining much of the charm which was evident in the mill’s industrial heyday, and this charm has brought artisan tenants with a variety of creative skills.
The Papermill Gallery sits in the centre of the precinct.
support visual arts in this region by providing an exhibition space to run workshops, arts events and seminars in this setting.