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Hawkesbury Regional Gallery

About the Gallery

Hawkesbury Regional Gallery offers a curated calendar of exhibitions and public programs for people of all ages. Exhibitions offer a variety of media in visual art, craft, photography and design, upholding the Hawkesbury’s artistic and creative heart. Curating a large proportion of our exhibitions in-house supports national and regional artists, and brings new work to audiences. The changing exhibition program covers most art forms to engage with a diversity of audiences. The program includes exhibitions from Australia’s extensive network of regional and public galleries. All exhibitions aim to be thought-provoking, challenging and inspiring.

Public programs provide opportunities for those who want to deepen their understanding of art, meet the exhibiting artists in person and make the most of their gallery experience. Every exhibition features artist and curator talks, and children’s workshops, and guided tours. The Gallery has an active and award-winning volunteer program.

Collection Strengths

Hawkesbury Regional Gallery’s collection has been built from donations and gifts from artists and collectors with connections to the Hawkesbury, curated exhibitions, and historic collections from the area. Artists represented include local Darug Elder, Aunty Edna Watson; well-known painters, Salvatore Zofrea, Ben Quilty, Alan Jones and Guy Maestri; plus Wendy Sharp, Elizabeth Cummings and many others.

Programming Strengths

Hawkesbury Regional Gallery works closely with the community in developing a range of creative programs – from artists’ talks, workshops and activities; to school holiday programs for children including an Art Lab over the summer exhibition. The Gallery has specialised programs for Dementia and Aged care groups; produces themed incursions for local schools with the creative outcomes exhibited in The Deerubbin Centre; works with NAIDOC week and the local Darug community on developing a positive and creative voice.

Exhibition Spaces

Hawkesbury Regional Gallery is over 400m2, as one large exhibition space with flexible, moveable walls, a separate screening space and a smaller exhibition space.

Visit the Gallery


First Floor, The Deerubbin Centre
300 George Street
Windsor NSW 2756


02 4560 4441



  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Carpark
  • Café/Restaurant
  • Giftshop