Bundaberg Regional Art Galleries


Designed to provide premier arts and cultural experiences in the region, the Bundaberg Regional Art Galleries is, in fact, two spaces – one in Bundaberg and the other in Childers – which boast year-round programs of activities.

On any given day you could be partaking in an artist talk, educational program and kids' activities amid a vibrant calendar of exhibitions, workshops, tours and visiting artists.

Situated in the historic customs house building built in 1902, the Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery is in the heart of the CBD and has three distinct spaces. It has a permanent collection with more than 400 works across all art forms. Check out contemporary art space The Vault which showcases installations. The Childers Art Space resides in the old Palace Hotel built in 1890. 


  • Parking
  • Toilets
  • Gift shop

Other Information

  • The Bundaberg gallery is wheelchair accessible to the ground floor; and Childers is totally accessible
  • Family Friendly

Important Info




  • Entry is free

Contact Information

Attraction Map

1 Barolin Street, Bundaberg

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