Ivan Dougherty Gallery is a major contemporary art exhibiting space and educational resource of The University of New South Wales College of Fine Arts. It mounts approximately ten exhibitions per year, focussing on 20th century and contemporary Australian and international art of all disciplines. Exhibitions are accompanied by catalogue publications, educational material, forums and floor talks: providing information to College students and encouraging discourse within the wider art community.Emphasis is on innovative exhibitions of contemporary and twentieth century art drawn from Australia...
The exhibition is housed in a large shed located in the grounds of historic Mamre homestead that was built in the 1820s by colonial pastoralist Reverend Samuel Marsden. Other historic locations nearby include E.G. Blaxland's farm, South Creek Park, Bennett's wagon and Bronte House.Record albums contain over 3,000 traditional and contemporary Australian folk songs. Display of 150 album covers in unique displays. Many rare recordings. Specially painted murals depict convict and pioneer life. Replica of Ned Kelly's armour.
Hazelhurst Regional Art Gallery and Arts Centre is a spectacular new arts complex set amid extensive landscaped gardens, a major creative resource for Southern Sydney and a significant new venue for the enjoyment of art by all the community.The Regional Gallery hosts over 15 exhibitions annually of outstanding arts, craft and design. In the Community Gallery a regularly changing program of work by local professional and aspiring artists is on show, offering local artists the opportunity to showcase their work in a professional environment.

Riversdale, built about 1840 as a coaching inn and residence is a fine example of a single-storey Colonial Georgian cottage set in flowering gardens. The property was purchased in 1875 by Edward Twynam, later to become Surveyor General of NSW and remained in this family until acquired by the Trust in 1967.Riversdale is renowned for its collection of fine Australian Colonial furniture, arts and craft dating from the late nineteenth century and the delightful garden.

Wollongong City Gallery is one of the largest regional art museums in Australia. The dynamic exhibition program features the Gallery's permanent collection as well as temporary exhibitions which change monthly and include local, national and international art. The Gallery occupies the former city council administration building, which was officially opened in 1952, and was converted into an art gallery in 1991. The floor plan of the building evokes the shape of a jewelled crown, commemorating the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.Wollongong City Gallery's permanent collection of approximately...
The Sir Hermann Black Gallery & Sculpture Terrace is owned and run by the University of Sydney Union. The University of Sydney Union is unique in New South Wales in being the only student body to maintain a gallery, sculpture terrace and a large art collection. The Gallery & Sculpture Terrace was established in 1994, and is located on the main campus of Australia's first university, the University of Sydney.

The Gallery runs a regular exhibition program of contemporary Australian and international art, as well as exhibitions of selected works from the Union's 90 year old art collection....
The gallery is housed in a historic coach house stables and grooms quarters. The society members' paintings are exhibited along with craft, pottery and painted porcelain. The society runs monthly demonstration days, life drawing and portrait evenings for members plus hosts the national Annual General Art Exhibition.Approximately 60 member's paintings.
Rockhampton Art Gallery is the major gallery in the region. We run touring exhibitions, film nights, workshops for adults and children and art appreciation workshops. The gallery space is used by various groups such as poetry and music, chamber music and drama groups.The Gallery has an extensive collection of two dimensional and three dimensional Australian artworks, particularly from the 50's, 60's and 70's era and we are increasing our contemporary collection. We have, in the past, collected many landscape and figurative images and are now broadening the themes to include urban subject...
The museum is situated in ten hectares of parkland and houses a vast display of mining era memorabilia: housing, dairy display, mining equipment etc. It also features a railway museum and a light horse museum. The winding engine operates under steam a minimum of four times a year.Over 4,000 items
The building was built in 1888. The collection features old vintage vehicles, household furniture, tools and other domestic artefacts illustrating life in the Charleville district.Estimate 600 items
The gallery is the home of the Logan art collection. It features the Logan art award (national art award) held annually. Logan Art Gallery is a small regional gallery with three main programs; 1) local artists 2) touring exhibitions 3) occasional visiting artists programPrimarily works acquired from the Logan Art Award (no longer operating). Emerging young contemporary artists especially Queensland. The "Logan: A Sense of Place" collection which depicts aspects of the life and history of Logan.
The Museum is a complex comprising different buildings and collections. It includes a display area for vehicles, a jailhouse, a courthouse, a slab hut, social history buildings and a Museum display area.500 items
This gallery is primarily for the use of members of the Maryborough Art Society as an outlet for their work. It also shows touring exhibitions and any other exhibition (e.g. photographic) that is of interest to the public. The gallery is housed in a Heritage listed warehouse, with the main gallery space used for changing exhibitions and a second room used for heritage theme works. A small collection of works are owned by the Gallery and periodically shown.50 paintings
The Gallery displays art works by local artists. It also holds a small permanent collection.50 items
The art gallery was built and opened in 1988 and run by volunteers members of the Cooktown School of Art Society Inc. Local scenes by local artists are featured in this gallery. Approximately 100-150 works are on display. Works are mainly by art society members, with pottery and ceramic pieces available. Most pieces are for sale. A few paintings acquired from annual exhibitions are owned by the art society and are not for sale.Art, contemporary art, drawing, prints, painting, pottery, ceramics, bronze, sculpture and wood carvings.
The Museum has a large collection of photographs covering pioneer families, Aborigines, ex-servicemen from World Wars I and II, and modern photographs - all tracing Theodore's development. The displays include the history of early station families, arts and crafts, a pioneer kitchen and bedroom, Aboriginal artefacts, town plans and farm machinery.

Housed in our building are Historical records, photographs and memorabilia of our town and district from early settlement until present day.Photographs, WWII memorabilia, local community historical records, hand sewn articles from 1890 era, local art, local hospital memorabilia. Sporting achievements, telephone exchange and old telephones, plus more.

The University of Southern Queensland Art Collection includes nearly 500 works of contemporary Australian Art. They are distributed in buildings throughout the campus. Works from the collection are shown in the University's gallery once a year.500 items of contemporary Australian art. The aim in developing the Collection is to provide a permanent collection of high quality works of visual art which will contribute to the educational enterprise of the University and to the cultural experiences of its members and those of the wider community. Exhibitions of works acquired will be mounted...
The Gallery hosts an exhibition program of over twenty exhibitions per year, which may be touring exhibitions or are locally curated. The Gallery also hosts an annual exhibition of works from the University's art collection, which normally is distributed in buildings throughout the campus.500+
In 1994 the Torres Strait Museum displays were transferred from the old Masonic Lodge on John Street to the underground section of historic Green Hill Fort. The Fort was originally intended as a first line of defence for Australia against sea invasions in the 1855 war and World War II. Rooms of the Fort have been dedicated to different themes of display. The Cordite Store houses the Wanetta Collection - a collection of gifts, souvenirs and collectables put together by Mr Reg Hockings Snr. earlier this century. The defence display is being developed in the Powder Magazine. The Lamp Room...