Welcome to Gympie Regional Gallery
The Gympie Regional Gallery is housed in the beautiful and original School of Arts Building, built in 1905. It is a community oriented gallery, celebrating its own professional and amateur artists, whilst introducing the community to a range of high quality shows from around Australia.
We aim to promote the development of the arts as an integral part of the lives and industry of the local community bringing educational opportunities, cultural enrichment, economic and social benefits to the entire region.
Our vision is for the Gallery to be recognised by the region, as providing the community with accessible and exciting art, encouraging local artists and adding to the region's tourism potential.
The Gallery is open from Tuesday to Saturday, 10am - 4pm, and is located at 39 Nash Street, Gympie.
Contact us on (07) 5481 0733 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Become a Friend of the Gallery (FOG)
The Friends of the Gallery meet every second Wednesday of the Month, 3pm at the Gallery.
By becoming a member of the Friends of the Gallery, you are promoting and supporting the Gympie Regional Gallery, and you are helping cultural awareness grow in the region.
- You will receive a regular newsletter to keep you informed of up and coming exhibitions, social events, and other happenings.
- You will be invited to exhibition opening events.
- There will be possible opportunities for members to meet local artists, attend lectures and workshops.
- You will increase your knowledge and understanding of art.
- You will help raise funds for new projects within the gallery.
- Opportunity to sell wares in the gallery shop (conditions apply).
- 10% discount on all gallery shop purchases.
Please contact the Gallery for information how you can be a friend!
T: (07) 5481 0733
Browse the current exhibitions, workshops, discussions, performances and after-school activities below.
Please note that the Gallery is open Tuesday to Saturday and is closed on Sunday and Monday - some events are displayed on these days in our calendar but should be ignored.