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Their program is wide-ranging: The contemporary collection contains major works by over 400 Australian and international artists. The Australian collection is particularly interesting, covering pop art as well as abstract painting and screen culture. It’s also nice to be able to engage with older art here as well as the great temporary exhibitions. I love Wednesday evenings, when they’re open late for Art After Hours. It’s lively and vibrant and has a varied audience. In addition to seeing the exhibits, you can also sit with a glass of wine and listen to a concert or talks or watch a film in the foyer. It’s a lovely night out with friends.
Outstanding exhibitions all year round on the edge of the Botanical Gardens
the most important public gallery in Sydney and one of the largest in Australia.
If you're into art, spend a couple of hours wandering through this beautiful art gallery. Enjoy lunch in the cafe then walk down through the Botanical Gardens to Circular Quay to catch the bus back here.
A great place to see specific exhibitions or the general collection, the Art Gallery of NSW is a great place to visit if you are an art lover.
Best air conditioning in Sydney and a wonderful standing collection of Australian art. Free entry.
Contemporary, modern & indigenous art displayed in a classical-style building, founded in 1871.
“If modern art is your bag, see this museum. You can walk there in 40 minutes or if you want to do a gallery day, it’s a 20 minutes walk to the Art Gallery of NSW in the morning and a further 20 minutes’ walk to MCA in the afternoon. Afterwards you might have a drink at one of the many watering holes in The Rocks.”
“Visit the famous Sydney Opera House...one hour to walk there or catch the train from Redfern to Circular Quay”
“The gardens provide one of the most beautiful environments through which to walk. You may also wish to book in for an Indigenous Plant/Food tour. There are frequent exhibitions. Not to be missed.”
“Founded in 1827, Australia's oldest museum has expansive zoological and anthropological collections.”
“Worth the visit. Taronga is the largest Australian zoo and is committed to the conservation of native species. A short bus ride to central station, catch a train to circular quay and then a ferry ride to the zoo. Around 50 minutes.”