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Some of the Artists Studios on the Trail are OPEN outside Darwin Art trail opening times. Please check ARTISTS STUDIO pages for more information.


Darwin Art Trail



Peter Jettner

Troya Bywaters


 Kate Bussey

Gerald Clapham

 MOIL   N.T.


            Marnie Jay

       GIRRAWEEN  N.T.



Jenny Glencross

Howard Springs N.T.



Robyn McLean

Boo - bippidii boppidii




Debra Senjuschenko

Sands of Time Designs




Getrocked Studio Gallery


Darwin Art Trail Days

3rd Sunday of months May to September 2017

10am to 4pm



Every Saturday and Sunday

10 am to 4 pm

or by Appointment


Getrocked Gallery has an assortment of Rustic Steel Sculptures ( Birds, Bats, Birdbaths, Fish, Owls, Dogs, Crocodiles , and more ), for your garden, and other decorative areas around the house or business. Custom made sculptures to order. We also have Collectables, Rocks, and Minerals available.



Peter Jettner and Troya Bywaters work collaboratively in creating sculptures from rusted recycled and repurposed mining and farming equipment that has been salvaged from dump sites. They recently completed building a 100 metre square purpose built workshop/studio/gallery set up where they intend to continue developing their skills in creating sculptures and developing in the area of public art installations. You can enjoy a conversation with the artists in their workspace and learn a little bit about the history of the pieces that they have collected and are incorporated into their sculptural pieces.

Peter and Troya StudioArriving in Darwin in the early seventies Peter and Troya have lived in the rural area since 1993. Both of their families grew up on farms and they were taught to utilize whatever material was around, to repair and create things. This has given them an appreciation of old forged steel and metal objects.

Peter and Troya enjoy fossicking, collecting and exploring the great outdoors. It has been during this time that they have discovered interesting pieces of rusty steel , objects and materials in all shapes and sizes. In 2009 they started creating sculptures incorporating their finds, releasing their first pieces in the same year. Since then they have been overwhelmed with the response and they have exhibited at a number of members exhibitions and craft fairs associated with Tactile Arts and enjoyed a positive response to their sculptures resulting in many sales and commissions. Visit their website at



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