Noosa Regional Gallery

The Noosa Regional Gallery is located in the small village of Tewantin on the picturesque Noosa River, and is a short walk from the marina where tourists embark on river ferries to popular destinations: The Great Sandy National Park, Noosa North Shore and Fraser Island.

Established in 1981, the gallery has built a long-standing reputation as the premier regional gallery on the Sunshine Coast and is the major public gallery in Noosa that operates under the auspices of the Noosa Council.

Noosa Regional Gallery presents a diverse annual program, featuring exhibitions by leading local, national and international artists and curators, as well as presenting private and corporate collections. A suite of activities and events is developed and delivered by a small team of dedicated professional staff and volunteers.

The Gallery Shop stocks products sourced from local artisans at affordable prices.

Admission is free - except for some public events, workshops and some major exhibitions.

Opening Hours
Tuesday to Friday, 10am to 4pm and Saturday to Sunday from 10am to 3pm.

Closed Mondays, public holidays and during exhibition changeovers.

Noosa Regional Gallery is closed from Monday, August 22 for maintenance and exhibition installation until Thursday 1 September. 
Join us from 10am, Friday September 02 when we open our Queensland exclusive:

‘The Making of Midnight Oil’

Please direct enquiries to 

gallery@noosa.qld.gov.au

 

2 Sep -20 Nov

The Making of Midnight Oil

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August 2016

Workshop Program

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2 Sept - 20 Nov 2016

The Making of Midnight Oil

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2 September

Coming Soon

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