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Art Galleries

Geraldton has a number of galleries and street art featuring exhibitions from local, national and international artists. 

Geraldton Regional Art Gallery

Located in the heart of the City in the old Town Hall is the Geraldton Regional Art Gallery.

The Gallery houses and cares for the City of Greater Geraldton Art Collection that comprises over 475 artworks, principally paintings and works on paper.

Opening in 1984, it was the first regional ‘A’ class venue in WA, which allows for an annual schedule of some 25 exhibitions of the highest calibre accessed from local, state, national and international sources.

Located at 24 Chapman Road Geraldton you can contact the Gallery on (08) 9964 7170.

Opening hours

Monday to Saturday 10am to 4pm

Public Holidays 1pm to 4pm

Closed Sundays

May open for Cruise Ship visits

Street Art

Butterflies, octopus, Wiebbe Hayes statue, decorative bollards ... wherever you go in Geraldton there is street art amongst the funky cafes and along the foreshore. Have you seen the Welcome Wall? It is a 'must' to have your photo taken in front of a butterfly. Check out 'Things That Belong to the Sky'.

The Geraldton Visitor Centre offers a comprehensive Street Art Map detailing locations throughout the City to self-walk and explore for only $4.00.

Arts & Cultural Development Council (ACDC)

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ACDC (not the band) support, facilitate, nurture and celebrate community art and bring a diverse and dynamic taste to the ever growing arts culture within Geraldton and the Mid West region. Run solely by volunteers, ACDC offers exhibitions, art club and various activities.

Located at 189 Marine Terrace you can contact ACDC at info@acdc.org.au.

Opening hours

Wednesday to Friday 10am to 4pm

Saturday & Sunday 10am to 1pm

Yamaji Art Centre

Yamaji Artist Yamaji Art is an emerging Aboriginal art centre in Western Australia providing professional services for artists with a focus on sustaining cultural maintenance and arts practice in a variety of mediums including painting, textiles, weaving, print-making, design and performance.

Buying work through an Art Centre such as Yamaji Art is a fair and ethical way to purchase Aboriginal Art. Yamaji Art is 100% Aboriginal owned and governed.

The Aboriginal Art Centre exists to guarantee that work is authentic, is properly documented, that the provenance is recorded and that cultural heritage is archived for future generations

The centre includes a gallery and sales outlet plus an artist’s studio and workshop.

Located at 205 Marine Terrace Geraldton, you can contact the centre at info@yamajiart.com.au.

Opening hours

Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm