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Horsham Regional Art Gallery

21 Roberts Ave, Horsham, Victoria 3400, Australia
+61 3 5362 2888
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An astounding collection of cultural significance and evolving bold exhibitions.

The love of the late Mack Jost is largely responsible for the brilliance, quality and enormity of... read more

Reviewed 5 September 2017
Cassandra J
A cultural gem

This is a small gallery we found by accident. It turned out to be a pleasant surprise and a most... read more

Reviewed 29 October 2016
kenneth829
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Greater Melbourne, Australia
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  • Excellent51%
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5 Sep 2017
“An astounding collection of cultural significance and evolving bold exhibitions.”
29 Oct 2016
“A cultural gem”
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21 Roberts Ave, Horsham, Victoria 3400, Australia
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Reviewed 5 September 2017

The love of the late Mack Jost is largely responsible for the brilliance, quality and enormity of the permanent collection at HRAG. Specialising in photography, HRAG houses a photographic suite of national significance, including artists such as Bill Henson. Other mediums feature beloved Australian artists...More

Thank Cassandra J
Reviewed 29 October 2016

This is a small gallery we found by accident. It turned out to be a pleasant surprise and a most enjoyable experience. The gallery featured an exhibition of photographs, some of which were truly evocative. The permanent collection of art includes work by Frederick McCubbin,...More

Thank kenneth829
Reviewed 29 September 2016

The gallery is in a restored Art Deco building over two floors (now at 80 Wilson Street). There are excellent toilet facilities, a lift between floors and high quality areas to sit and admire the displays. The displays are both paintings and photos and therefore...More

Thank Greg L
Reviewed 12 September 2016

We took a 30 minute stroll thru the gallery and saw an interesting variety of works, I was really surprised to see a Brett Whitley and a Frederick McCubbin. There was no charge for admission and the gallery is over several levels. Im not sure...More

Thank julie h
Reviewed 1 February 2016 via mobile

Has an interesting collection of works that depict the Wimmera. Well worth a look if you in town. Only thing that is a let down is that it's not open till 1pm on weekends and isn't open for long

Thank JohnG3121
Reviewed 28 November 2013

Well worth a visit, an amazing collection of art in a friendly, inviting gallery in a regional setting.

Thank Purplemum337_11
Reviewed 4 September 2013 via mobile

Similar to previous post, art gallery is in a temporary location so nearly all exhibits are packed away except for one (which was not really that interesting). Will visit again once they have relocated which will be mid 2014.

Thank Fletchtay
Reviewed 26 July 2012

What we saw when we went a couple of months ago was a building in renovation - the one display there was pretty boring - all photos of buildings - really not worth a look at all

Thank Josie J
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