Canberra's Art Gallery - The National Gallery is Australia’s leading national visual arts institution in Canberra. Since the building opened to the public in 1982, the Gallery has played a leadership role in shaping visual arts culture across Australia and its region and continues to develop new ways to engage audiences through its artistic, educational and public programs.
The collection comprises almost 160,000 works of art, including the world’s largest collection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art and Australia’s pre-eminent collection of modern international art.
Entry to the Gallery is free, admission may apply for some special exhibitions. Browse what’s on to discover current and future exhibitions and events and information to assist you in planning your next visit.