Goulburn Regional Art Gallery

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Waratah Lahy, Big Merino, 2003, Oil on beer cans on

masonite,  23 x 32.5cm. 

goulburn.art REGIONAL GALLERY Permanent Collection


Other cultural things to do in Goulburn



Goulburn Visitors Information Centre

201 Sloane Street
(opposite Belmore Park)
Locked Bag 22
Goulburn, NSW 2580
Ph: (02) 4823 4492
Free call: 1800 353 646
Fax: (02) 4822 2692
9am-5pm weekdays
10am-4pm weekends & public holidays

Gallery on Track 
Gallery on Track is located in Blackshaw Rd, Goulburn, only 2 minutes drive or 5 minutes walk from Sloane St. Turn at the Bowling Club, cross the railway line and then an immediate right hand turn up the drive and around the corner.
GalleryonTrack is open on a weekly basis from 10am – 4pm, Wednesday to Saturday & 10am – 3.30 pm Sundays.
Admission is free. Phone: (02) 4822 7889.

Bradley Grange

Australia's oldest surviving brewery complex
23 Bungonia Road, Goulburn 2580
(02) 48216071
Goulburn Historic Waterworks Museum

For further information, or to book a tour or private function please call us on (02) 4823 4448 or email museums@goulburn.nsw.gov.au
Location Address: Goulburn Historic Waterworks, Marsden Weir (off Fitzroy Street),  Goulburn  NSW  2580
 Rocky Hill War Memorial and Museum

Situated on Rocky Hill and built in 1925, the Rocky Hill Lookout gives unparalleled views over the city.
The lookout is open 7 days per week from 7am to 5pm. The original caretakers cottage now houses a museum run by volunteers. The tower and museum are open to the public from 10am to 4pm on weekends, public holidays and school holidays.
Phone: 02 4823 4463
Fax: 02 4823 4477
Email: museums@goulburn.nsw.gov.au

St Clair Local History Museum & Archives

This museum houses important local cultural objects from both Goulburn and its surrounding areas rich historical past, and is located in one of the regions oldest residential buildings. Entry is by donation.     
Opening times:
Saturday & Sunday, 1pm-4pm, or by appointment.
Contact Details
Garry White
Phone: 02 4823 5088

Lieder Theatre

Goldsmith Street
Goulburn NSW 2580
The Lieder Theatre, formerly know as the Liedertafel Hall, was designed by Manfred and Sons and built in 1929 for the Goulburn Liedertafel Society (founded 1891). The building was constructed on the site of the two-storey wooden Lander's Hall acquired by the Society in 1908 to use for rehearsal.
Apart from the conversion in the 1970s of one set of leaded sash windows into showcases, painting, the addition of Lieder Theatre signs, the removal of iron gates from the main entrance, and necessary repairs such as door-cladding, the exterior of the building remains as it was on the date of its opening Thursday 22nd August 1929.
Along with the architectural qualities, the Lieder theatre continues to operate and produces a wonderful range of plays, workshops and events.
 Phone number: (02) 4821 5066
Email: lieder@goulburn.net.au



Cnr Church & Bourke Sts. Goulburn NSW 2580
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Open Monday-Friday, 10 am – 5pm Free entry. Saturday 1-4pm

goulburn.art REGIONAL GALLERY is a cultural facility of Goulburn Mulwaree Council and receives support from the New South Wales Government through Arts NSW, M&G NSW.

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