Bunjil Place Gallery

Bunjil Place, exterior, photograph John Gollings

Bunjil Place is a new, purpose-built arts and civic precinct in Melbourne’s South East, designed by leading architectural studio Francis-Jones Morehen and Thorp.  The innovative building houses a major public art gallery, multipurpose ‘black-box’ performance and exhibition space, a three-level library, 800-seat theatre, outdoor plaza, function centre and civic facility.  

Bunjil Place Gallery’s exhibition program aims to present and promote the best Australian and international art that engages, challenges and inspires our audiences. The Gallery is driven by vibrant artistic programming, contemporary visitor experience and community engagement.

Permanent Collection

Bunjil Place Gallery will acquire significant Australian and international works of art through commissioning, donations and bequests that will be of benefit to the community of the City of Casey.

getting to the gallery

By Public Transport
Narre Warren railway station is on the Pakenham line, with a 20 minute / 1.5km walk to the precinct or 8-minute bus ride to Fountain Gate next door to Bunjil Place.

By Car
Bunjil Place is in the South East of Melbourne, 40 minutes from the CBD. With easy access from surrounding arterials, the Monash and South Gippsland Freeways and the Princes Highway, there is a range of free short-term and all-day public parking located within close walking distance to Bunjil Place. 

Bunjil Place incorporates many accessible design features, including:
  • Minimising the need for stairs and lifts by providing access to the core community facilities from the ground floor.
  • A fully accessible theatre, featuring ramps and seating options for people in wheelchairs.
  • A fully accessible community plaza.
  • A fully accessible adult change room complete with hoist.
  • A user-friendly gradient and conveniently located car parking spaces.
  • Designated disabled car parking spaces.

Bunjil Place Café serves a range of salads, light meals, sandwiches, breads, pastries, sweets and savouries. Our coffee is supplied by Syndicate coffee, which is sourced from high quality and sustainable farms. Contact the gallery for further details.

Image: Photo by John Gollings.

Bunjil Place Gallery
Bunjil Place
2 Patrick Northeast Drive
Narre Warren VIC 3805
T: 03 9709 9700
E: bunjilplace@casey.vic.gov.au
W: bunjilplace.com.au

Opening Hours
Tuesday - Sunday: 10am–5pm
Entry is Free

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EXHIBITION BUNJIL Kungka Kuṉpu (Strong Women)
Kungka Kuṉpu (Strong Women)
2 Apr 2024 – 21 Jul 2024
Bunjil Place Gallery

The Public Galleries Association of Victoria (PGAV) acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi-Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Owners of the lands where our office is located, and all Traditional Owners of country throughout Victoria and Australia. We recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples enduring traditions and continuing creative cultures. We pay our respect to Elders past, present and emerging.

We are an LGBTQIA+ friendly organisation and celebrate cultural diversity.