We are working on new collection presentations, exhibitions and critical building upgrades. During this time some galleries are closed.
See the Gallery Map showing gallery spaces that are open.
Go to the What’s On calendar to see what's on at the Gallery.
Speak to our Visitor Experience team when you arrive at the Gallery.
Take a free tour with a Gallery Guide; daily from 10.30am and 2.30pm.
Exhibitions currently on:
The Aboriginal Memorial
Gallery 9, Level 1
Gallery 8, 10, Level 1 and Gallery 16, Lower Ground
Galleries 23, 24, Level 2
Outdoor Gallery spaces
Enjoy the Sculpture Garden Art Trail for kids – collect your map from the main entrance.
What building upgrades are happening at the Gallery?
Major capital works to improve and preserve our heritage building are underway including lighting, electrical, signage and mechanical infrastructure upgrades. There may be some construction noise during this time.
We are grateful to the Australian Government who are supporting this important program of capital works.
When will the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Galleries reopen?
Selected galleries will reopen in April 2023.
Is Jackson Pollock’s Blue Poles on view?
Blue Poles is on view in Gallery 10.
Is there information and images of Blue poles available online?
The Blue Poles microsite has images, stories and information about the artist and the work of art.
Is the Sculpture Garden open?
The Lakeside Sculpture Garden and Skyspace Garden are open.
The Fiona Hall Fern Garden is temporarily closed.