SANPO | Drawing Pack

Currently available for Pre-Order

SANPO | Drawing Pack

Grab your Drawing Pack, tie your laces, and be whisked away on a sensory adventure through Campbelltown Arts Centre’s beautiful Japanese Gardens along with artist guide Machiko Motoi.

This self-directed Drawing Pack, complete with Drawing Book, map and art materials, leads budding creatives to 5 unique locations and landscapes within the garden. Along the way, children and families will focus their senses, draw their experiences and learn to fold an origami koi fish before revealing a unique surprise ending.

Once you receive your pack, enter the Japanese Gardens virtually HERE.

Share your creations with the SANPO community on social media using the hashtag #SANPOCAC   

SANPO | Drawing Pack – $25 (FREE with your Dine & Discover voucher) plus $10.00 for postage *NSW only 

Also available at the C-A-C Shop to purchase or pick up when placing an online order.

Drawing Pack Includes
Drawing Book
Scented Pencil
Scented Markers
Rainbow Pencil
Scratch Art
Scented Eraser
and more…

C-A-C is a Service NSW Dine & Discover provider . See below for more information on how to apply and claim your voucher.

Dine & Discover
NSW residents aged over 18 years are eligible for 4 x $25 vouchers. Apply online at

To redeem your voucher when booking you may either use the Service NSW App on your mobile device or provide your printed voucher.

Additional Info:

1.Log in to the Service NSW App on your mobile device.
2.Select ‘Vouchers’.
3.Select the valid voucher you wish to use.
4.Present the voucher QR code for the business to scan at payment.
5.Your device will show the voucher as being used.

*Delivery Fee is not included with this offer.

About the artist

Machiko Motoi is a Japanese artist and educator living and working in Campbelltown. Motoi’s diverse art practice spans performance, ceramics and drawing and is inspired by sensory experiences of place. 

SANPO was produced in collaboration with lead artist Machiko Motoi. The Drawing Pack is proudly part of the Campbelltown 2020 program. The Tea House was generously donated to Campbelltown City Council in 1987 by sister city Koshigaya, Japan. Campbelltown Arts Centre is proudly owned by the people of Campbelltown. A cultural facility of Campbelltown City Council, assisted by the NSW Government through Create NSW and by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body. Campbelltown Arts Centre receives support from the Crown Resorts Foundation and the Packer Family Foundation.