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Surrounded by beautiful gardens and lawns and offering panoramic views of the Tweed River, the Tweed Regional Gallery is the perfect place to visit to view first-rate exhibitions. The Gallery's six exhibition spaces host a vibrant program of...more
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2 Mistral Rd, Murwillumbah, New South Wales 2484, Australia
All reviews the gold coast re creation on display informative video changing exhibitions wonderful insight mt warning home studio free admission well worth the visit beautiful building recreation reconstruction exhibits paddington life recreated
happended by chance to see this art centre pop up when i was looking for galleries on the gold coast where we were staying. My wife is an artist and a great fan of MO whom she actually met once. We loved this place in...More
We said yes to driving from Sydney to babysit in Byron so that we could finally make it here. This was one of those moments in a museum/gallery space that brought me to tears with the absolute perfection of both the art and artist. The...More
Thank Corinne J
TRGMOAC, Operations and Business Officer at Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre, responded to this reviewResponded 12 October 2018
Hello Corinne J, what a great reaction to the Gallery, exhibitions and the Olley Home Studio Recreation. Reviews like yours really show the staff that what we do here is appreciated in a profound way. Thank you so much for your review and for visiting...More
With rolling hills and the Tweed River as your backdrop this beautiful offers good food and coffee, amazing views and the art gallery. It's a wonderful excursion and a great detour if you are travelling. It really does restore the soul.
TRGMOAC, Opertations and Business Officer at Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre, responded to this reviewResponded 3 October 2018
Hello Mina2484, so glad that you found the experience uplifting and for sharing your experience.
This Gallery sits high amongst the hills in farming land with views that go out to Mt Warning. So much to see. Make sure you sample the menu at the licensed Cafe inside the gallery. The views alone make it worthwhile. Picture windows frame the...More
TRGMOAC, Operations and Business Officer at Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago
Hello Pottsvilleprincess, so glad that you liked the works from the pubic schools. The Gallery runs this exhibition, The Les Peterkin Portrait Prize every year. We welcomed over 500 children and parents to the opening in September which was wonderful to open the Gallery up...More
The Tweed Regional Gallery is a Fantastic Venue for relaxing and viewing some fantastic Art whilst presenting some picturesque architectural views of Tweed Valley gorgeous landscapes. The Gallery is First Class and the Cafe presents the opportunity for meals, breakfast, morning tea, lunch or afternoon...More
I have visited this Regional Gallery many times and I’m always inspired by the current exhibitions and the magnificent Margaret Olley Art Centre, a wonderful tribute to a great Australian artist. Guides are helpful and the shop well stocked with art gifts. The views from...More
This top class gallery would be at home in any capital city & is a fantastic achievement for a regional area. A wonderful gallery complements the fantastic Margaret Olley Art Centre which is contained within it - a truly unique exhibition in itself - it...More
World Class and its free! We take all our visitors to the gallery, they all rave about it and we never tire of it. The exhibits are forever changing. The recent Experimenta Make Sense exhibit had us all talking.
And of cause MOAT is a...More
An extremely well designed facility with interesting range of artworks. The Margaret Olley rooms, recreated/relocated from her home, were absolutely fascinating and provided a wonderful insight into the artist and her work. A very well conceived and executed display, which would appeal to everyone in...More