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Gosford Regional Gallery and Edogawa Commemorative Garden

About the Gallery

The Gosford Regional Gallery and Edogawa Commemorative Garden is a one-hectare facility located within a picturesque 26-hectare public reserve fronting Brisbane Water. It is open seven days a week and admission is free. In addition to the three main art gallery spaces, there is a cafe, gift shop, community gallery and art studios, as well as a serene Japanese strolling garden set around a beautiful Koi pond. There is literally something for everybody: feeding the Koi fish in the Garden, enjoying an early morning breakfast at the café, browsing books in the shop, participating in art classes, or appreciating nationally significant exhibitions such as the Archibald Prize.

Collection Strengths

Central Coast Council has a small collection focusing largely on local artists, including David Rose, James Tyler, Rod Milgate and Kevin (Gavi) Duncan.

Programming Strengths

The Gosford Regional Gallery program focuses heavily on engagement and participation through delivering contemporary exhibitions, art classes and regular guided tours. The Gallery’s outreach program through Gosford Hospital delivers 6 health focused exhibitions annually as well as making key works from the collection available in the Hospital wards.

Exhibition Spaces

The Gosford Regional Gallery has three purpose built exhibition spaces, totalling 465 Sqm and 175 running meters. There is also a community exhibition space and the Gallery manages exhibitions spaces at Gosford Hospital, Erina Fair and at The Entrance.

Visit the Gallery


36 Webb Street
Gosford NSW 2250


02 4304 7550



  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Carpark
  • Giftshop
  • Café/Restaurant
  • Gardens