McClelland Gallery & Sculpture Garden, Langwarrin, Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia
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Art galleries

Gain a vivid new interpretation of Mornington Peninsula as you admire works by cutting edge artists and famed painters and sculptors.

Home to Australia's finest
See pieces by the big names, including Arthur Boyd, Margaret Preston, Sidney Nolan and Brett Whiteley at Mornington Peninsula Regional Art Gallery. Admire over 200 works of art at Manyung Gallery and see the works of local artists showcased at glittering private galleries around the region.

Check out visual and performing arts at Frankston Arts Centre and hit the Coastal Arts Trail to see Walter Burley Griffin's buildings that inspired the artists of the Heidelberg School.

Innovative arts
Observe the people whose life and works are inspired by this special part of the world at private studios.

Find sculptures in the expansive gardens of the McClelland Gallery + Sculpture Park, home to the $100,000 biennial sculpture award. Pop into the Montalto Vineyard and Olive Grove each April when it hosts its sculpture prize and wander the grounds to see the quirky and supersized works lon show.

Oak Hill Communtiy Gallery

Oak Hill Community Gallery

Oak Hill Community Arts Co-operative Ltd is a not-for-profit organization run by volunteers under the direction of a Board of Directors, and operates...

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McClelland Gallery and Sculpture Park

McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery

McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery was established in 1971 under the terms of the Will of Annie May (Nan) McClelland in honour of her brother Harry...

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Whitehill Gallery

Whitehill Gallery

People often say Whitehill Gallery is a hidden wonderland; galleries are the last stronghold of Australian made art. Situated at the start of a...

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Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery

Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery

Explore the extensive collection of works on paper and delve into the diverse program of exhibitions, workshops, talks and children's activities.

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