Bundoora Homestead Art Centre is the public art gallery for the City of Darebin and is committed to presenting challenging and inspiring contemporary visual arts exhibitions and public programs. The Homestead is registered by Heritage Victoria and certified by the National Trust.
Darebin Council acknowledges the importance of the City’s cultural heritage and maintains a substantial collection of contemporary artworks and historical items that reflect the artistic, social and political aspirations of the local community.
The role of the City of Darebin Art and History Collection is to inspire, inform, engage and connect the community in an appreciation of the visual arts and to support local artists in their endeavours to contribute to a vibrant municipal culture.
Artists represented in the collection include: John Borrack, Eolo Paul Bottaro, Turbo Brown, Georgina Cue, Katherine Hattam, Siri Hayes, Hilary Jackman, Warren Lane, and Polixeni Papapetrou.
getting to the gallery
Route 86, Stop 62.
Melway Reference: 19 G2.
Free off-street parking.
Wheelchair access throughout the building.
Wheelchair accessible toilets available.
Baby change facilities available.
cafe & gallery shop
T: 9496 1060
Thursday to Sunday: Service from 10am-3:30pm
Bundoora Homestead’s licensed café is located in the charming Day Room and verandah overlooking heritage gardens – the perfect location for dining in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
Image: Bundoora Homestead Art Centre, Darebin Art Prize 2017. Photography by Nicola Dracoulis.