Art Gallery

Gallery entrance image courtesy Grant Wells.jpg

Gallery entrance image courtesy Grant Wells.jpg



From 22 June 2020, the Burnie Regional Art Gallery will reopen to limited numbers of visitors for limited days.

The Gallery will open Monday, Wednesday and Friday only from 10am till 4.30pm.

Admission is free.
On arrival at the gallery, please sign in/out on our ipad to assist with contact tracing.

For the latest Burnie Regional Art Gallery calendar, click on the link below -


What's Available: Temporary and permanent exhibitions and displays, along with the Gallery Shop.

Current exhibitions:

  • ArtRage - 7 August till 18 September 2020

What's Not Available: The Learning Space Activity Area, Curious Kids Early Years Programs, School Holiday Programs, Wednesday Art Group or Europa Poets Saturday Meetups. There are presently no group tours being offered, BRAG-Art, exhibition openings or floor talk events.

To help keep everyone safe, please read the Terms and Conditions before finalising your free ticket. 03 6430 5875

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 Click here for info and entry form

Burnie Print Prize 2021

 Welcome to Burnie Regional Art Gallery!

We acknowledge the palawa people, the traditional custodians of this land on which we meet, work and live.
We recognise and respect their continuing connection to the land, waters and communities.

With an icy blue Bass Strait on our doorstep, Cradle Mountain looming behind and row after row of hazy grey mountains to the east and west, this is a place to breathe deeply, to think and rest your mind. The wind blows away cobwebs as waves hurtle against red rocky coastlines and sunlight dances on the water. Burnie is a little gem of a city on the northwest coast of Tasmania with a thriving arts community.

Situated in the city centre, the Burnie Regional Art Gallery (BRAG)  is operated and maintained by the Burnie City Council and is supported by our corporate partners, the Friends of Burnie Regional Art Gallery and assisted through Arts Tasmania by the Minister for the Arts. A combination of good management by Council and the continued generosity and commitment of the community has resulted in a gallery of longevity and purpose. As a public art gallery, we do three main things: manage the art collection, present exhibitions and, together with the other members of the downtown precinct, provide the cultural heartbeat of the City.

Burnie Regional Art Gallery (BRAG) presents an extensive annual exhibition program that includes touring and special exhibitions, school and community programs and curated exhibitions from the permanent collection. It is supported by floor talks, openings, workshops and other events throughout the year. BRAG’s national reputation is built is on the strength of its exceptional print collection acquired through the biennial Burnie Print Prize, and its promotion and support of printmaking.

Admission is free for most exhibitions and fees apply for special exhibitions only. (Please check in What’s On?  or via our Facebook Page for details). BRAG is kindly supported by the Friends of BRAG.

The Burnie Regional Art Gallery is assisted through Arts Tasmania by the Minister for the Arts. 

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