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Pine Rivers Art Gallery

Pine Rivers Art Gallery is a vibrant creative space that supports and inspires the communities of Moreton Bay and beyond. An intimate contemporary space presenting new and diverse perspectives from emerging and mid-career artists.

Visitors of all ages can extend their exhibition experience in the dedicated workshop space. Throughout the year, a diverse range of events and activities are presented, from hands-on artist-led workshops to family-friendly school holiday programs.

Only 30 minutes from the Brisbane CBD, the gallery has an exciting exhibition program supporting local and national artists through solo exhibitions, collaborative projects and art prizes. Join a guided tour, an artist led workshop or connect with fellow makers in the large workshop space.  Dive deeper into the exhibitions whilst exploring your creativity, no matter your age or ability.

Find the perfect gift for yourself or a friend in the pop-up book shop – stocking a range of creative publications from how-to guides and artist biographies.

Pine Rivers Art Gallery is located at 130-134 Gympie Road, Strathpine. Located next to Officeworks and just a short walk from Strathpine Westfield Shopping Centre and Strathpine train station. The gallery is easily accessible with free parking and close to public transport.

Pine Rivers Art Gallery

130-134 Gympie Road, Strathpine QLD 4500, Australia

07 3480 3905

moretonbay.qld.gov.au/pinerivers-gallery

Tue to Sat 10am–4pm.

Pine Rivers Art Gallery

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