CS Gallery


CS Gallery presents a curated exhibition program of local and visiting professional artists. The gallery focuses on community access to high-quality contemporary art, and provides an experimental and contemporary arts space where professional artists have a platform to engage with emerging social and cultural issues that are relevant to the local community.

Melton City Council's exhibition program encourages artists to further share their work with the community through public programs and interactive arts experiences that bring their work alive for visitors.

Alongside CS Gallery, we have developed our exhibition spaces at Melton Library and Learning Hub and Melton Civic Centre to support local emerging artists through our Groundwork Exhibition Program.

Permanent Collection

CS Gallery and the City of Melton has a diverse public art collection which includes permanent sculptures and mural commissions.

Since 1999, Melton City Council has been developing public art opportunities in selected urban spaces in the local government area. This has led to the commissioning of a number of new works which have been well received and supported by the local community.

Melton City Council is committed to the development of a vibrant arts community, providing opportunities to activate and enhance the public realm through public art, participatory art projects, exhibitions and events, and learning opportunities. CS Gallery is the flagship cultural institution in the City of Melton.

Highlights of the collection include On Tap by Simon Perry at Lake Caroline, Growth by Warren Langley at Melton Library and Learning Hub, and Words for Water at Caroline Springs Library and Learning Hub.

Learn more here.

Getting to the Gallery

CS Gallery is located at Caroline Springs Library and Learning Hub,
193 Caroline Springs Blvd, Caroline Springs VIC 3023.
For more information, visit Google Maps.

The nearest bus stop is 100 metres away on Caroline Springs Boulevard.
The 462 bus connects to Caroline Springs Railway Station.
For information on how to get to CS Gallery, visit Public Transport Victoria

The most convenient parking is located off Lake Street within the library carpark. There is:
• general parking with no restrictions
• two accessible parking bays 30 metres from the gallery
• one 15-minute drop off parking bay.
Overflow parking can be found in the surrounding streets. No restrictions apply.
Bike racks are at the entrance to the library.


Admission: Entry is free to all exhibitions

CS Gallery is wheelchair accessible with the following facilities:

  • Accessible bathrooms and changing facilities
  • Two accessible parking bays (off Lake Street, at the rear of the Library)
  • Hearing loops
  • Recharge points
  • Access Keys

Melton City Council is Relay Service Friendly
If you are deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment:
1. Contact us through the National Relay Service
2. Give the service the Council number you want to call.
For more information visit: relayservice.gov.au

Interpreting services
We provide a free interpreting service for non-English speaking customers over the phone or in-person at any of our Customer Service Centres.

For over the phone interpreting call 13 14

Interpretive services and Auslan services are available for gallery tours upon request.

For bookings and all other enquires, please contact artsandculture@melton.vic.gov.au or 9747 5300.

Profile image: Water is Life, Kathy Holowko, CS Gallery Window Commission 2022. Photography by Shawn Smits.
Above: Anima Animus, Julie Zapasa, CS Gallery 2022. Photography by Alexander Syndikas. 

CS Gallery
193-201 Caroline Springs Blvd
Caroline Springs VIC 3023
T: 9747 5300
E: artsandculture@melton.vic.gov.au
W: melton.vic.gov.au/Out-n-About/Arts-culture-heritage

Opening Hours
Monday:     8.30am - 8pm
Tuesday:    8.30am - 6pm
Wednesday:     8.30am - 8pm
Thursday:    8.30am - 6pm
Friday:    8.30am - 6pm
Saturday:    10am - 4pm
Sunday:    1pm - 4pm
Closed on public holidays

Admission: Entry is free to all exhibitions

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The Picnic, CS Gallery Windows 2024
1 Jan 2024 – 17 Nov 2024
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A Quiet Space
8 Mar 2024 – 13 May 2024
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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.