The Queensland Art Gallery (QAG) and Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) are now both open with COVID-safe measures in place. Read more
QUEENSLAND ART GALLERY | GALLERY OF MODERN ART
QUEENSLAND 4101, AUSTRALIA
The Queensland Art Gallery (QAG) and Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) overlook the Brisbane River in South Bank's Cultural Precinct, and are 150 metres apart.
QAG's riverfront entry is near Melbourne St and Victoria Bridge, and both buildings have an entrance from Stanley Place. The Galleries are walking distance from the Brisbane city centre and South Bank Parklands.
From the Brisbane central business district, walk across the right footpath of the Victoria Bridge or the Kurilpa footbridge.
QAG wheelchair access is via the lift on the Upper Level of the Queensland Art Gallery car park, via ramps at the front entrance from Melbourne Street, or via the street level entrance on Stanley Place, located between both buildings. GOMA wheelchair access is via the street level entrance on Stanley Place or via the lift from the Stanley Place car park beneath the State Library of Queensland. Wheelchairs are available for visitors to use onsite. To book one, call the Information Desk on +61 (0)7 3840 7303 between 10.00am and 5.00pm.
Road closures may occasionally disrupt traffic around the Gallery. For information, telephone South Bank Visitor Information Centre on +61 (0)7 3156 6366.
Parking for the Cultural Precinct is available in three neighbouring carparks under the Queensland Art Gallery (QAG), State Library of Queensland (SLQ) and the Queensland Performing Arts Complex (QPAC), all accessible via Stanley Place. Alternative car parks are located at South Bank Parklands and Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.
A temporary set down area is located on Stanley Place.
53 motorcycle parking bays are available with no limits as indicated in the map below — off the roundabout near Kurilpa Point Park, Cnr Stanley Place and Montague Road, next to GOMA. Zoom in on the map for details.
Brisbane City Council traffic and parking regulations apply to the streets around QAGOMA. See the Brisbane Central Traffic Area information on the Brisbane City Council website for more information.
QAGOMA is right next to the Cultural Centre Busway station and a short walk from the South Brisbane train station and the South Bank CityCat and Ferry terminal.
Additionally, the high frequency bus route 444 (Moggill to City) stops at Stanley Place every day with a service every 10 minutes in peak time and every 15 minutes off peak.
Use the Translink journey planner to check journey times and connections.