Queensland Art Gallery

Queensland Art Gallery was established in 1895 and moved to its current residence at South Brisbane in 1982. QAG is home to our permanent Australian, Asian and International Art collections, bringing together art from different times and across cultures.

Daily: 10.00am – 5.00pm

Gallery of Modern Art

Our second site, the Gallery of Modern Art, opened in 2006 with both expansive and intimate spaces to house exceptional contemporary art. GOMA is home to the Children's Art Centre, presenting interactive artworks for kids and families, and a cinema that celebrates film from around the world.

Daily: 10.00am – 5.00pm
View of GOMA from Kurilpa footbridge

View of GOMA from Kurilpa footbridge / View full image

Getting here

Queensland Art Gallery & Gallery of Modern Art
Stanley Place, South Brisbane, Queensland

Our two galleries are a short walk from the city and adjacent to South Bank Parklands, and only 150 metres apart. QAG's riverfront entry is near Melbourne St and Victoria Bridge, and both buildings have an entrance from Stanley Place.

Directions & Parking

Admission

Entry to QAGOMA is free.
This includes most exhibitions, screenings and programs. Some exhibitions and special events have an entry fee and tickets can be purchased online or onsite at the ticket desk. Entry to the Children's Art Centre is always free.

Opening Hours

Daily

10.00am – 5.00pm

Closed Good Friday, Christmas Day & Boxing Day

QAG Cafe

Daily
Anzac Day
Labour Day

10.00am – 4.00pm
12.00pm - 4.00pm
10.00am - 4.00pm

GOMA Bistro

Mon – Fri
Sat – Sun

9.00am – 3.00pm
9.00am – 4.00pm

Thu – Sun

11.30am – 3.30pm

GOMA Tea Lounge

Sat – Sun:

Seatings 10:30am, 12:30pm, 2:30pm

Each Seating is 1.5 Hours from your confirmed reservation time.

Australian Cinémathèque

Open 30 minutes prior to start time for free films and 60 minutes prior for ticketed films, including Wed and Fri evening sessions

James Turrell Night Life

Daily

Sunset to midnight

Sequence runs for 88 minutes

Tue – Fri

10.00am – 4.45pm

By appointment only

Conditions of Entry

For the safety of artworks and visitors, we ask that you accept and comply with the following conditions of entry.

A free cloakroom service is available to visitors. The following items must be stowed:

  • Backpacks
  • Suitcases
  • Umbrellas
Visiting with Kids

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Visiting with Kids

We welcome families with children of all ages. There are plenty of ways to get creative with QAGOMA. Discover new exhibitions, fun activities and helpful tips for families.

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Access for all audiences

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Access

QAGOMA is committed to providing access for all audiences with a range of service and programs.

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Students viewing the QAGOMA Collection

Students viewing the QAGOMA Collection / View full image

Groups and Tours

Student and community association groups are required to book in advance.

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Enjoying a meal at the GOMA Bistro

Enjoying a meal at the GOMA Bistro / View full image

Ignite your appetite at QAGOMA

Three mouth-watering dining outlets to tempt your tastebuds on your next visit.

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A Volunteer Guided Tour of the Indigenous Australian Collection featuring Amata community painters Western Desert painting movement. Read about the artists on the QAGOMA Blog

A Volunteer Guided Tour of the Indigenous Australian Collection featuring Amata community painters Western Desert painting movement. Read about the artists on the QAGOMA Blog / View full image

Guided Tours

Volunteer guides offer free guided tours in QAG and GOMA on most days. Tours last about 40 minutes and focus on exhibitions or collection displays. Check the Events Calendar for tour times.

Booked community groups of 10 or more people can request a guided tour. A minimum of 15 days’ booking notice is required and tours are subject to availability.

Group Bookings Office

Visitors drawing in the Queensland Art Gallery featuring (left to right) portraits by William Yang, Australia b.1943; Ernestine Hill 1970 by Sam Fullbrook, Australia 1922‑2004 and The Cypriot 1940 by William Dobell, Australia 1899-1970 / © The artists or their representatives / Photograph: J Ruckli © QAGOMA

Visitors drawing in the Queensland Art Gallery featuring (left to right) portraits by William Yang, Australia b.1943; Ernestine Hill 1970 by Sam Fullbrook, Australia 1922‑2004 and The Cypriot 1940 by William Dobell, Australia 1899-1970 / © The artists or their representatives / Photograph: J Ruckli © QAGOMA / View full image

Drawing from the Collection

Drop-in and creative with the free drawing materials provided. Grab a drawing board, paper and a pencil, then take inspiration from the art around you to create your own unique response.

Share your creation

Take a photo or video of your creation and share on social media. @QAGOMA #MyDrawingQAG

This self guided activity is designed for people of all ages. Drawing stations offering free materials are located in Gallery 5, Gallery 7 and Gallery 11 at the Queensland Art Gallery during opening hours.

Visiting Brisbane

Brisbane is understated and unpretentious, with a welcoming laidback feel that flips the traditional city experience on its head.

After visiting the our beautiful galleries and the surrounding Queensland Cultural Centre, spend some time exploring the city’s stunning natural assets and subtropical lifestyle.