Tag: Gallery

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Murray White Room

Hidden down a laneway off Exhibition Street, this contemporary art gallery has regular exhibitions.

Tolarno Galleries

One of Australia’s most stimulating exhibitors of contemporary art and design.

Buxton Contemporary

Southbank gallery featuring work from the Michael Buxton Collection of contemporary Australian art.

Free things to do in Melbourne every day

Have a grand day out on a budget at Melbourne's best free experiences, attractions and exhibits.

Original and Authentic Aboriginal Art

Fine Aboriginal art from the Central Western Desert, the Kimberley and Arnhemland.


A not-for-profit arts space with two galleries and a theatre.


An independent contemporary art gallery located in the historic Nicholas Building.

Shrine of Remembrance

The national war memorial of Victoria, honouring all Australians who have served their country.

Melbourne's wheelchair-friendly attractions

These local attractions are accessible for everyone to experience.

Harvey Galleries Presents the Art of Dr Seuss

The Dr Seuss Gallery is located in the historic Block Arcade.

City Gallery

City Gallery presents free exhibitions from City of Melbourne’s art and heritage collection.

Hellenic Museum

Inspiring a passion for Hellenic art, history and culture both ancient and contemporary.


A space for underground, independent art from Australia and beyond.

Italian Cultural Institute

Promoting Italian language and culture, the IIC hosts a rich program of talks and events.

Sarah Scout Presents

Private contemporary art gallery representing early- to mid-career artists.

Victorian College of the Arts

A school for the creatives arts located in Southbank's arts precinct.

Stephen McLaughlan Gallery

Showcasing a committed group of contemporary artists in a welcoming and airy environment.

Margaret Lawrence Gallery

Contemporary art space presenting new works by Australian and international artists.

Red Desert Dreamings Gallery

Specialising in Aboriginal art from the red desert area of central Australia.

Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia

The world’s first major gallery dedicated exclusively to Australian art.