Horsham Regional Art Gallery

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Since its inception in 1973, the Horsham Regional Art Gallery has specialised in the collection of Australian photography. Commenced at a time when photography was just beginning to gain recognition in Australia’s public galleries, Horsham Regional Art Gallery’s photographic collection has since grown into one of national significance.

Our exhibition program brings the best in Australian art practice to the Wimmera and celebrates our unique and diverse community and the environment.

The refurbishment, expansion and modernisation of the Horsham Regional Art Gallery has cemented it as an icon of visual arts. Reconnect with the Mack Jost gift of Australian Painting and Works on Paper. Explore the Wimmera through its artists and our nationally significant collection of Australian photography.

The Gallery is governed by a Committee of Management and managed by Horsham Rural City Council.

Permanent Collection

The Horsham Regional Art Gallery Collection has been developing since 1972, and is funded through the Horsham Art Gallery Trust Fund. Our collection is built around three focal points: Australian PhotographyThe Wimmera And Its Artists and The Mack Jost Collection of Australian Painting and Works on Paper.

Highlights of our collection can be found presented within our suite of first floor galleries which include the historic Horsham Council Chamber.

Online collection
getting to the gallery

The closest all day parking for patrons is located at the rear of Horsham Plaza (access via Park Drive); in the Forty Winks car park on Darlot Street (ticketed); or in Park Drive near the Skate Park.

Short term parking
There is a range of 1 hour and 2 hour short term metered and unmetered parking on streets in the vicinity of the Horsham Town Hall and in off street car parks in Wilson Street, Ward Street and Darlot Street.  Check the parking signs for information on the exact times that apply to particular bays.

Disabled parking
There are disabled parking bays on Wilson Street in front of the Horsham Town Hall.

Passenger Drop off and Pick Up
A passenger drop off and pick up zone is located in front of the Horsham Town Hall on Wilson Street.

A bus stop is located in front of the Horsham Town Hall on Pynsent Street.


The Horsham Regional Art Gallery is fully accessible, with a flat floor foyer, separate accessible toilet, and access to a drop-off zone at both the Wilson and Pynsent Street entrances.  Dedicated seating is available for patrons requiring disabled or accessible seats. The Gallery has wheelchair access throughout.

Disabled parking will be available outside the Town Hall on both Wilson and Pynsent Streets.

cafe & gallery shop

baa 3400 
Monday – Saturday: 10am until late
T: 0499 3400 088
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baa 3400 is a place that brings together family, friends, and colleagues, to enjoy shared plates – from bar plates, to small plates, to large plates. A place that supports local suppliers by sourcing fresh and seasonal produce, reflecting the diversity of the Wimmera. A place that creates memorable dining experiences for regional communities and beyond.

Gallery Shop
The Horsham Regional Art Gallery shop sources its collection from local artists and artisans in the region. We offer unique ‘one off’ pieces at a range of prices. We also stock a range of art books, catalogues and cards.  Many of these products are limited editions, exclusive to our collection and exhibitions.

PGA Members are entitled to a 10% discount.*

More information

Horsham Regional Art Gallery
80 Wilson Street
Horsham VIC 3400
T: 03 5382 9575
W: Visit website

Opening Hours
Monday – Sunday 10am – 4pm
Closed Christmas Day 
Open from 1pm ANZAC Day

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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.