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Regional art galleries

See some of the world's most exciting exhibitions in the unforgettable surroundings of Victoria's regional art galleries, and discover fascinating works by renowned local artists in the environments that inspired them.

Masterpieces worth travelling for

Follow the artists trail to Ballarat and Bendigo, which boast two of Australia's oldest and largest regional galleries. Marvel at Victoria's historic riches at the Art Gallery of Ballarat and join the buzz at Bendigo Art Gallery, which hosts significant touring exhibitions from London's V&A and other international collections.

Wine and art

Wine and art go hand in hand, so it's no surprise that Victoria's wine regions are also home to some of the best regional galleries. The TarraWarra Museum of Art's sleek galleries host iconic Australian works  and shares a site with an acclaimed winery.

Ancient art

Swap art galleries for natural shelters in the Grampians and see Aboriginal rock paintings telling dreaming stories. Horsham, Hamilton and Ararat also hold their own when it comes to regional collections thanks to contemporary Australian photography, marvellous textiles and a history of rich bequests.

Artistic communities

Discover the Angry Penguin movement in Warrnambool and see scintillating ceramics in Shepparton. The Benalla Art Gallery's striking modernist building by the lake is an artwork in its own right.

You'll find a thriving art and culture scene across Gippsland, and there's a diverse community of artists consistently turning out exceptional furniture, wearable art and colourful works in Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges. The eight galleries of the breathtaking Convent Gallery are a major drawcard.

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Steve Morvell Wildlife Art

Steve Morvell Wildlife Art Studio is located at Halls Gap in the picturesque Grampians National Park. Steve Morvell is an internationally acclaimed...

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Rutherglen Art Gallery

The Rutherglen and District Artists Society welcomes you to the Rutherglen Art Gallery, a very highly regarded, well established Gallery operating in...

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Gallery 294 Corowa

Gallery 294, a co-operative of local artists, is open seven days a week, 362 days a year. Visitors of all ages can chat to the artist on duty or...

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SCOPE Galleries Warrnambool

SCOPE Galleries showcases the artwork of Liza McCosh alongside contemporary painting, printmaking, ceramics, sculpture and jewellery from other...

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Port Fairy Art Map

The Port Fairy Art Map is a collection of galleries and studios open to the public in an easy walking distance in Port Fairy. Spend some time...

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Hamilton Gallery

Exhibitions include silver, porcelain and glass from the 1700s onwards, oriental ceramics, watercolours, prints, and Australian oil paintings.

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