Thanks to all the people who supported the 2023 Jetty ArtSpace.

Winners were announced at the Nightcliff Markets at 10am on Sunday 21 May
All results are on the Jetty ArtSpace page

Seabreeze Jetty Artspace Prizes

Seabreeze Jetty Artspace Prizes for 2018 including the $3000 Community Choice open prize sponsored by the Nightcliff Community Bank® Branch

Open Community Choice winnerAlawa Primary School won the Community Choice Open category
Open category runner upRunner up winner Mile Rule
Open Category 3rd prizeThird prize winner Catherine Miles

2018 Jetty ArtSpace Winners

Community Choice sponsored by Nightcliff Community Bank $3,000

  • Alawa Primary School -112 votes

Runner Up sponsored by Nightcliff Community Bank $1,000

  • Mike Rule - 105 votes

3rd Prize sponsored by $350

  • Catherine Miles -64 votes

Recycled sponsored by Trevor Tschirpig $150

  • Melodie Murphy

Photography sponsored by Outstation Gallery $150

  • John Carroll

3D sponsored by Don Whyte Picture Framing $150

  • Louise Brown

Schools sponsored by Kate Worden TBA

  • Leanyer

Community sponsored by Cash Advantage $150

  • Cowdy Mental Health Inpatient Unit Activity Centre

Age groups sponsored by Ruby G’s, Stuart Rodda, Savvas Footwear,
Friendly Pool & Spa Care $375

  • All ages – all entries won a prize.

Please support these local businesses which make these prizes possible.

2018 Jetty ArtSpace Facts

The Forrest of Life project was biggest single entry ever at the Jetty ArtSpace with 72 pieces.

With just 51 registered entries the 2018 Jetty ArtSpace had the smallest registrations number, but covering 10 fencing panels it broke the record for the biggest display.

Impressive given it’s also the first year we’ve enforced a limit of one entry per artist.

Some of our artists have been entering every year since the very first Jetty ArtSpace.

We have artists from Mandorah to Bachelor come to Nightcliff for the festival each year.

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Community Projects

Some of the support projects undertaken by the four NT Community Banks are listed below.

You can help develop more community support simply by using the services provided by your local Bendigo Bank Community branch.

FBEC New jump sponsored by NIghtcliff Community BankSupporting Fannie Bay Equestrian Club
Retina Australia donation$1000 donation to Retina Australia
Territory Women Hunting and FishingHelping TWHF support Australian Ovarian Cancer research
NT Teen FashionNTeen Fashion Festival 2019. It offers opportunities for the Youth of the Northern Territory to engage, learn and grow
Nightcliff Community Toy donations to RDH 2019Nightcliff Community Toy donations to RDH 2019
providing a new scoreboard for the TigersNew Tigers scoreboard
Opening mural at Tactile ArtsSee the Magnificent Community Mural at Tactile Arts
Open Category Winner 2015Open Category Winner 2015
Supporting Nightcliff Youth
Nightcliff Community Bank Manager with netball girls.Netball 2016
Darwin HospiceDarwin Hospice