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Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre

Since opening in 2000, Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre has grown into one of the most popular art centres in NSW, and even Australia. Located just 40 minutes south of Sydney CBD near the gateway to the Royal National Park, Hazelhurst is an inspiring arts oasis set amid 1.4 hectares of landscaped gardens. The combination of a major public gallery and community gallery with a complete arts centre, state-of-the-art theatrette, artist-in-residence and café is quite unique, and enables Hazelhurst to offer a comprehensive creative resource.

Over 15 national and international travelling exhibitions are presented in the regional gallery annually, whilst the Broadhurst gallery exhibits and sells local artists’ work in a regularly changing program. A vibrant Arts Centre with six studios including a fully equipped print workshop and ceramics studio, are used for day and evening classes and school holiday workshops. The original Hazelhurst cottage on the grounds is utilised as an artist-in-residence space. The theatrette hosts a regular programme of special events including films, performances and lectures. There is also a gallery shop offering a wide selection of gifts from finely crafted ceramics, jewellery, glassware and textiles to innovative toys, specialised books, art supplies and much more.

In the heart of the complex, the gallery café is the perfect place to relax with an espresso or enjoy a delicious meal on the terrace overlooking the picturesque gardens.

Facilities offered:

Café, gallery gift shop, wheelchair access, children’s sandpit, gardens.

Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre

782 Kingsway Gymea NSW 2227

02 8536 5700

Daily 10am–5pm. Closed on Good Friday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day.

Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre

Suggested Reading

Art Guide Australia

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