Manly Art gallery & Museum is situated just four minutes walk west from Manly wharf on the beautiful Manly Cove. Opened in 1930, Manly was the first metropolitan-based regional gallery established in NSW. It holds over 1,000 artworks in its collection. Including works by Tom Roberts. Ethel Carrick F... more »
Manning Regional Art Gallery is in the heart of Taree on the mid north coast of NSW. The Gallery shows exhibitions of National, State and local significance, changing monthly. Manning Gallery is working with the local Aboriginal community to execute a strategy to research the traditional art and en... more »
The Moree Plains Gallery was opened in 1988 in one of the most important historic buildings in the town of Moree in northwest New South Wales.
The annual programme includes local and touring exhibitions as well as exhibitions from the permanent collection, which specialises in Gamilaroi artists and... more »
Cnr Art Gallery Way and Myahgah Rd Mosman Split Junction 2088 NSW
The Mosman Art Gallery is dedicated public gallery presenting a rich and varied program of high quality exhibitions, educational activities and special events, which make a significant contribution to the cultural life of Mosman and surrounding districts. The Gallery manages the Mosman Art Collectio... more »
Albury Regional Gallery services its diverse and changing community with an exciting programme of exhibitions, lectures and workshops.
Specialist collections include works by Sir Russell Drysdale and the Daniel gift of Chinese Tibetan and Pacific Basin artefacts, 17th and 19th century prints, and a... more »
The MCA Vision is to engage audiences with contemporary art and ideas through the presentation of a diverse program of exhibitions and special events onsite and offsite.
From major thematic exhibitions and surveys of established artists, solo exhibitions and artist projects, to new work by emergi... more »
The Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre is located three hours drive northwest of Sydney. Originally established in 1976, the new Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre was commissioned in 2000, and presents travelling exhibitions, local exhibitions and Art Prizes. The permanent collection represents many ... more »
The New England Regional Art Museum was established in 1983 primarily to house the Howard Hinton and Chandler Coventry Collections of Australian masters of the 19th and twentieth centuries. It has been much expanded since then, and now boasts eight gallery spaces, an audiovisual theatre, artist stud... more »
With an extensive and important art collection, representing many major Australian artists, Newcastle Regional Art Gallery plays a key role in giving energy to cultural life in the Hunter Region.
The Gallery runs diverse public programmes and changing exhibitions of local, national and internationa... more »
Object passionately supports and promotes contemporary craft and design by showing the work of hundreds of talented Australian designers and makers every year. Object¿s exhibitions and Object magazine take craft and design to over 100 cities across Australia and around the world.
Orange Regional Gallery is 250 kms west of Sydney in a beautiful and cool part of Australia.
The Gallery was purpose built in 1986 and won the Sulman Award for Architecture. It has since become well known for innovative exhibitions and the Mary Turner Collection of Australian masters. Its three ch... more »
Penrith Regional Gallery & The Lewers Bequest is set on the western bank of the Nepean River at the foothills of the blue Mountains. The Gallery was established on the site of the former home of sculptor Gerald Lewers and painter Margo Lewers. The mission of the Gallery is to develop and maintain a ... more »
Watson Road, Observatory Hill Sydney Sydney 2001 NSW
S. H. Ervin Gallery opened in 1978 and is operated by the National Trust (NSW). Set amidst the scenic parklands of Observatory Hill, in Sydney's historic Rocks area. The gallery is known for its exhibitions of Australian visual art that define our cultural heritage. It has developed an outstanding ... more »
Established in 1919, the Tamworth Regional gallery moved in 2004 to an acclaimed new cultural complex with gift shop, meeting rooms, a studio workshop and off street parking. Tamworth is 400kms north west of Sydney.
Tamworth Regional Gallery has a varied permanent collection, specialising in Textil... more »
The Port Macquarie Hastings Regional Gallery, located on the picturesque mid-north coast halfway between Sydney and Brisbane, features a vibrant and regularly changing program. Hastings council has been building an art collection over many years. Management of that collection has now been transferre... more »
Cnr Mistral Rd & Tweed Valley Murwillumbah 2484 NSW
Tweed River Art Gallery opened in 1988 in a delightfully restored 1923 federation style family home. In 2004 a stunning new facility opened, on a hilltop in the beautiful Tweed Valley. The Margaret Olley Art Centre (MOAC) is the third and final stage of the Tweed Regional Gallery. MOAC celebrates th... more »
Wagga Wagga Art gallery is an innovative gallery serving the largest inland city in New South Wales, 460kms from Sydney.
The gallery is located in the heart of a cultural precinct and includes large temporary exhibition spaces, a local artist Community Gallery, an artist in residence studio and a ... more »
Situated in Dubbo, about 400kms west of Sydney, the Western Plains Cultural Centre is home to the Dubbo Regional Museum, the Dubbo Regional Gallery and Community Arts Centre. Dubbo Regional Gallery has a constantly growing collection with a focus on "The Animal in Art" and Children's Book Illustrati... more »
Wollongong City Gallery is one of the largest regional art museums in Australia with a major central collection of art of the Illawarra, and contemporary Asian and Aboriginal Art. The Gallery also features an external public exhibiting space, and runs many workshops and public programmes.
The Galle... more »