This is a great small gallery with local historical value. The exhibits change regularly and there is a nice garden to walk around. There is a cafe on site that serves breakfast and lunch. Parking is onsite or via Banksia Park next door.
This is a place where I go to walk my dogs and I literally just stumbled across this place. I really enjoyed it with beautiful surrounds. You are close to Westfield shopping centre.
Heide offers an inspiring experience of art, architecture, gardens & social history. A must do!
Beautiful spaces and gardens. Modernist architecture and contemporary art. You can spend half a day here very easily.
Beautiful location by the Yarra River, surrounded my a sculpture garden and walking trails. There are three different galleries on the site together with a cafe.
“The Ian Potter Museum of Art was founded in 1972 and is the University of Melbourne’s art museum. Housed in an award-winning building opened in 1998, the Potter has staged over 515 exhibitions during the course of its 46-year history. As a space that encourages active dialogue and debate, the Potter is uniquely placed to make a difference to the lives of our audiences and, within the University, to make the experience of art and the role of creativity relevant, enjoyable and of value to the next generation.”
“Cinema Nova is Melbourne's home of quality arthouse and contemporary cinema, as well as regular film events, Q&As, Nova Deluxe, film festivals, the Cinema Nova Bar and CineTrivia. With 16 screens, Cinema Nova offers the best in new release films, together with upmarket commercial releases. All delivered in a warm, intimate environment of architecturally challenging design. Nova Deluxe in cinema dining - Friday to Sunday ”
“An amazingly huge park that can take you into the city. Small waterfalls, the Yarra river, kangaroos.”
“"It's again just a easy walk down the road this place is great for brunch if you are not the early riser."”
“An amazing gallery of evolving exhibitions. A lovely place for morning tea or lunch and an incredible assortment of buildings. You will think you've been transported to England.”