The Hunter’s only waterfront gallery

This award-winning, architecturally-designed gallery is enviably located on the Lake, set amidst a sculpture park and mosaic pathways winding their way across the peaceful, leafy grounds. 

The Gallery is best known for its outstanding changing exhibitions and contemporary Aboriginal programming. Touring shows alternate with gallery-curated exhibitions featuring nationally significant artists, many of whom share a connection with the Hunter.

After exploring inside, meander around the Gallery grounds while viewing works from established artists including Janet Laurence and John Turier. Launched in 1996 with the installation of Richard Tipping’s Hear the art and Ted Prior’s Love boat, the park has continued to develop with the inclusion of works by Hunter-based artists and those from further afield.

Visit the website to find out what exhibitions
are currently showing.


Address: 1A First Street, Booragul

Hours: Tuesday – Sunday 10am – 4.30pm
and selected public holidays 11am – 4pm

Telephone: 02 4921 0382

Awaba  House – 02 4950 6366

  • While you’re visiting, grab a bite to eat amongst
    the lush Art-Deco surrounds of Awaba House Restaurant Cafe.

  • Want more sculptures? Don’t miss the Creative LAKE sculpture trail.

  • Wander south along the foreshore and admire all the boats at Marmong Point Marina.

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