Bombala Shire

Borderline Gallery – Delegate

The Borderline Gallery has been a real hit among the creative community. For the first time they have a space to exhibit their works and for many of them this has resulted in recognition and sales of their work. The exhibitions change regularly and the Borderline Gallery is housed in the Delegate Rural Transaction/Community Technology Centre. ph 6458 8388.

Bega Valley Shire

Bega Valley Regional Gallery

The Bega Valley Regional Gallery is one of approximately 40 regional galleries in NSW. Despite being the smallest, it attracts more than 8,000 visitors every year through a comprehensive schedule of exhibitions and public programs. The gallery presents a robust variety of regional, state and national touring exhibitions.  website

Spiral Gallery – Bega

Spiral Gallery Co-Operative Limited is an artist run space that aims to promote and support contemporary and innovative art practice through its frequently changing exhibitions. The gallery aims to promote established and emerging artists in exhibitions which reflect a variety of media and styles. website

Narek Galleries – Tanja

Within the serene simplicity of the Old Tanja Church (circa 1899), Narek Galleries presents exhibitions displaying exceptional art objects of ceramics, glass, textile, wood and metal. Between the October long weekend and the June long weekend, exhibitions change every six weeks. Some of Australia’s foremost artists bring imagination to reality with breathtaking skills, to enrich intellectual and emotional lives. website

Ivy Hill Gallery – Wapengo

Ivy Hill features the work of significant contemporary artists, both emerging and established, many of whom live and work in the region.  The gallery is located on a farm between Tathra and Bermagui, in a well known artistic and cultural haven.  Ivy Hill’s season runs from the beginning of October to the middle of June with exhibitions changing each month. website

Australian Pottery – Bemboka

 A gallery showcasing Australian pottery made in the last half a centruy, some bought new for our own collection, others sourced from the secondary market.  All items are available for sale.  Each season features a particular style and range of pottery.  Open Oct to June 10 to 5 Fir to Mon. website

Shop 7 – Bermagui

It’s not about us……it’s about the art!…, maybe one day, take a stroll around the beautiful Bermagui Harbour & when you get to the Bermagui Fishermen’s Wharf Complex add a little retail therapy or fish & chips on the waters edge & when you get upstairs (where the outlook gets even better)maybe stop a while at a cafe, restaurant or wine bar. website

Village Gallery – South Pambula

“Village Gallery” at Oaklands is the home of Merimbula & District Arts Group.   Situated in the Oaklands complex at South Pambula the gallery is a co-operative providing the perfect spot to wander after lunch or shopping. The exhibition is changed every two months keeping it fresh and interesting.   Paintings, pottery and a large variety of crafts including painted glass, jewellery, hand made teddy bears, timber work and much more are on display.  Open daily 10am to 4pm.

Mister Jones – Bermagui

 Behind my espresso bar shopfront on Bermagui’s main thoroughfare, I create images, objects and words for gallery exhibitions and private commissions. My work is produced in an open and accessible workspace, allowing visitors to interact with the process of a visual arts studio practice. Matt Jones – artist illustrator, writer, freelance curator – website

Peter Dunne Studio Gallery – Tura Beach

Paintings in oil and watercolour of Australian and overseas subjects both large and small, are on display. There is a range of prints of local popular scenes and sets of greeting cards
for sale.

Lazy Lizard – Cobargo

Features the work of 9 enthusiastic local artists from around Cobargo offering a range of outstanding quality and quirky work, including metal and timber sculptures, wood fired pottery, paintings, drawings, photographs, natural fibre products, textiles, jewellery, woodwork and chef knives.  Princes Highway, open on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 10 to 4 and Friday 12 to 4. website

Brett Thompson Photography – Central Tilba

Original landscape photography, also featuring handmade fabric items and hand painted silk by Marca.  33 Bate St, Central Tilba.  Closed Monday and Tuesday. ph 44737473

Australian Pottery – Bemboka

 A gallery showcasing Australian pottery made in the last half a centruy, some bought new for our own collection, others sourced from the secondary market.  All items are available for sale.  Each season features a particular style and range of pottery.  Open Oct to June 10 to 5 Fir to Mon. website

Cooma-Monaro Shire

Raglan Gallery

The Raglan Gallery and Cultural Centre showcases the regions talented artists from painters to ceramists, potters and sculptors. Throughout the year the Raglan holds a number of prestigious exhibitions including the Lions/Snowy Hydro Exhibition in February, the Bridgette Mackay exhibition in June and the Brisco Awards in September. website

Eurobodalla Shire

The Artery – Mossy Point

A co-operative gallery run by and exhibiting works by professional local artists including Miranda Keeping, Greta Allen, Lizette Richards, Paul Ware and Frances Luke.  Also on display are silk scarves, handmade cards, candles, soft toys, ceramics and much more. Shop 9/31 Mossy Point 10 to 3 Tues to Sun or by appointment 02 4471 5946

Gallery Bodalla

Situated in Bodalla’s heritage post office on the Princes Hwy, Gallery Bodalla exhibits leading contemporary artists from the region and further afield.  With monthly changing shows Gallery Bodalla is open Thursday to Sunday 10am to 4pm ph 0244 735 011 website 

SoART Gallery – Narooma

Narooma’s newest gallery featuring work by local artists.  The gallery is run by the Montague Arts and Craft Society and provides a great opportunity for a range of local artists to display and sell their work. Beside Narooma Kinema, 10am – 4pm daily (Closed Xmas Day) Phone: 0438 430 976 contact

Tilba Woodturning Gallery

Tilba Woodturning Gallery is situated in the historical village of Cental Tilba, NSW, Australia and showcases the diverse range of Australian native timbers and woodworking skill. Timber products displayed range from smaller office and homewares through to larger furniture and framed art. website

Mogo Pottery and Gallery

Situated in an historic catholic church, Peter and Vanessa Williams produce an evolving display of stoneware pottery and large landscape paintings on canvas in modern and exciting colours. Open daily 10am-4.30pm Church on the hill, Mogo, Ph 02 44744982

Land of Many Waters Gallery – Batemans Bay

Land of Many Waters Gallery at the Batemans Bay Visitors Centre promotes Eurobodalla artists.  Come and enjoy a wide range of subject matters depicting beach and bush scenes, as well as still life and even various abstract pieces. website

Snowy Mountains Shire

Stewarts Information and Gallery – Adaminaby

Displays consist of historic photos, newspaper clippings, documents on the history of Adaminaby plus paintings form local artists. Open Mon-Fri 9-4 and Sat 9-12.30 or by appointment 1 Denison St, Adaminaby Ph 64542285 website

Kosciuszko National Parks Visitor Centre – Exhibition Space

Located in the Kosciuszko National Parks Visitor Centre, the exhibition gallery features a regular monthly exhibitions of artists from the region and touring shows. Contact the visitors centre to get update of the latest exhibition featured.  Ph 64505600