Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery
Considered to be the oldest art gallery in regional New South Wales, the Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery resides in one of the towns original heritage buildings.
Visitors can expect a mix of colonial, modern and contemporary art including artists like Arthur Streeton, John Olsen and Rupert Bunny. The museum hosts an extensive display of Aboriginal artists like Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri, Emily Kame Kngwarre and Michael Nelson Tjackamarra, as well as local artists prevalent like Sam Byrne, Jim Paterson and Pro Hart.
Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery has won many rewards for its incredible restoration of the heritage building. The venue brings incredible exhibition spaces, touring exhibitions, floor talks, workshops and guided tours. The gallery shop onsite means you can take home a memory of the gallery for you to cherish forever.
The gallery is wheelchair friendly and a lovely way to spend the day learning about art culture in Australia.
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