Tiny Towns Arts Trail was an annual open studio event occurring over the ANZAC weekend each year in April. An artist run initiative open to professional, emerging and amateur artists living and working in the tiny towns of the Central Goldfields and surrounding shires, each year, for eight years, artists opened their studios, exhibited their work in local cafes, and inhabited makeshift gallery spaces within their tiny towns providing visitors with an unrivalled experience and the opportunity to peek into the creative minds and working spaces of regional Victorian artists.

This unique and quirky weekend of art, food and fun grew from a small local arts trail to an incredible adventure that wound its way through more than 10 historic towns and spans five shires across the Central Victorian Goldfields.

The Tiny Towns Arts Trail folded in 2024.