The Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery is housed within the magnificent Sully’s Emporium, one of the Hill’s earliest stone constructions dating from 1885. The first artworks were donated in 1904, making it the oldest regional gallery in NSW, which today contains a sumptuous collection of over 2,000 works.
Broken Hill boasts a rich artistic heritage, not only from its many talented local artists, but from visitors who were inspired by its striking landscapes and unique quality of light. The gallery has a highly-coveted collection of works by eminent artists such as Margaret Preston, Hans Heysen, Arthur Streeton, John Olsen and Sidney Nolan; contemporary artists such as Elisabeth Cummings, Abdul-Rahman Abdullah and Badger Bates; and a superb collection of renowned Indigenous artists.
The Gallery features exciting temporary exhibitions, from both local and visiting artists, and an enviable program of touring exhibitions. It is also home to the “Brushmen of the Bush”, with exemplary works by Pro Hart, Jack Absalom, Eric Minchin, Hugh Schulz and John Pickup.
Enjoy a relaxing visit as you delight in one of the country’s most exquisite art collections, and come away feeling inspired and awed!
Free Parking at Rear | Entry by donation | Wheelchair Friendly
Opening Hours for the Gallery are 10am – 4pm Tuesday – Sunday
For group tours, please contact in advance: firstname.lastname@example.org