Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre, Gymea

(75+ reviews on the web)
Art Gallery
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  • Loved this building and especially the cafe. It is very rustic looking inside the cafe, they serve hot & cold food and a range of beverages. Very relaxing place, almost like the garden is inside. Staf...  more »
  • An ideal place to spend a couple of hours viewing the current items in the gallery aswell as having a meal in the cafe.  more »
  • while the basic collection is passable it is the travelling exhibitions which really makes this gallery  more »
  • I come here for the very nice outdoor grounds and cafe. The place is instantly charming. I think the food is a little pricey but that being said the quality and effort gone into each dish is really amazing. I definitely recommend coming here.
  • Great art on display. Awesome Cafe and delicious food. Nice way to have brunch.
  • Beautiful setting in the surban jungle. Food and service are a high standard. Happy to pay the prices when "you get what you pay for" great job guys!
  • A very good quality suburban gallery. Program is good and facilities are nice. Lots of activities for a range of people from children's workshops to movies for the older ones. Suburban, Council-run galleries cant be easy to manage but they do pretty well here. Cafe is fine and welcoming. Shop is pretty crowded and is not a strength.
  • Wonderful gallery in the Sydney suburb of Gymea. Has a decent cafe with good food selection. Trying to brush off any hipster pretention - and succeeding. Plenty of child like brush strokes and strangely arranged canvas tenting to keep you asking "what's all that about?" If you find your sons toy car and glue it to a block for display purposes it constitutes art, right? Friendly service in the gift shop, the gallery perhaps needs better signage out the front.