Geraldton Regional Art Gallery
The Geraldton Regional Art Gallery was opened on 6 August 1984 in the building which served as the Town Hall from 1907 to 1964. Renovations to the building made the Geraldton Regional Art Gallery one of the first “A Class” regional galleries in Australia. In 1997 the gallery was listed on the State Register of Heritage Place in Western Australia.
The Gallery aims to meet the artistic and cultural needs of Geraldton-Greenough, Midwest residents and state, national and international visitors who pass though each year.
The Gallery is home to the City of Geraldton-Greenough Art Collection comprising over 400 works which are principally paintings and works on paper. The Collection boasts works by Norman Lindsay, Howard Taylor, Rolf Harris, Elizabeth Durack, Robert Juniper and more. The Collection continues to grow today with a focus on works by local artists which feature aspects of Geraldton-Greenough and the Midwest.
Monday to Saturday - 10am to 4pm
Public Holidays - 1pm to 4pm
Cost of admission is free, gold coin donation welcome.
Geraldton Regional Art Gallery is located in the centre of town on the corner of Durlacher Street and Chapman Road.
24 Chapman Road, Geraldton (Greenough) WA 6530
Last Reviewed: 17 October 2012