- Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery
: First Street Booragul NSW 2284
(adjacent to Lake Macquarie High School)
- Postal : Box 1906 Hunter Region Mail Centre NSW 2310
- Telephone : 02 4921 0382
Fax: 02 4921 0329
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Facebook: www.facebook.com/lakemaccityartgallery
General Opening Hours
Open Tuesday to Sunday 10am – 4.30pm
and selected public holidays 11am – 4pm.
* New hours, same great art Our opening hours have changed! We are now open Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 4.30pm and select public holidays 11am – 4pm. This will allow us to provide even better services to our community by giving us more time to prepare our programs, art classes and school tours. We hope you continue to enjoy the great experiences offered by Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery.
Admission is free
Taxi Services Co-op: 133 300
Toronto Hire Cars: 02 4950 4111
Newcastle Bus Service: 131 500
CityRail Trains: 131 500
- Awaba House Café
- Telephone: 02 4950 6366
- Website: Awaba House Restaurant and Cafe
The gallery site is welcoming and visitor friendly with:
- state-of-the-art seminar facilities for a wide range of purposes from art classes, lectures and residencies by visiting artists and academics, to community and corporate events
- a retail outlet for contemporary craft and design
- easy ramp access to the gallery for wheelchairs and prams
- baby changing facilities and disability access to toilets
- ample car parking adjacent to Hunter Rowing Club
- helpful, knowledgeable and friendly staff
- onsite café and catering facilities at Awaba House Café
Young gallery visitors and their families can find fun things to do in our Family Activity Corner where inspiration and materials are provided all year round. Explore the sculpture park and exhibition together using our Family Exhibition Activity Sheet or our Sculpture Park Worksheet.
The gallery is an ideal destination for visitors. Guided tours are available for small and large groups. Come and explore the exhibition and sculpture park with your friends or colleagues. There are tea-making facilities in the gallery as well as plenty of parking for cars and coaches. For the more energetic visitor, the gallery also has bike racks.