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Hamilton Gallery

Established in 1961, Hamilton Gallery’s renowned collection features a decorative arts focus (well over half of its collection) of both Australian and International objects from the 17th century through to the present. Asian art and Australian paintings and prints are strongly represented but the Gallery is perhaps most well known for its rare collection of gouache and watercolour pictures by Paul Sandby (1731-1809) depicting the English landscape. The significance of the decorative arts collection and 18th century watercolours makes Hamilton Gallery a leading public art collection, Australia wide.

A local treasure for over 60 years, Hamilton Gallery presents a range of exhibitions, programs and events that stimulate understanding, awareness and enjoyment of the visual arts.

The gallery, which is managed by the Southern Grampians Shire Council, is the most significant public cultural facility in the region and forms an important part of the range of tourism experiences available in the Greater Hamilton region.


Free Admission.

Hamilton Gallery

107 Brown Street Hamilton VIC 3300

03 5573 0460

Mon to Fri 10am–5pm,
Sat and Sun 10am–2pm.

Hamilton Gallery

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