Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre, Murwillumbah

(4.4/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web)
It's difficult to say which is more compelling: the human-created art inside the Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre or the natural art outside of it. As you admire the pieces on display, take a few moments to admire views of the Caldera, Tweed River, and Mount Warning through the building's windows. Grab lunch in the gallery's cafe. You can purchase handcrafted items from local artists in the gift shop. See Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre and all Murwillumbah has to offer by arranging your trip with our Murwillumbah travel itinerary planner.
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  • This little gem is locacted in picturesque surrounding minutes from Murwillumbah central. Good range of Australian art with some great little surprises. Small gift shop and good little cafe where you ...  more »
  • A credit to the town, could stand alongside any great art centre in Australia. The Margaret Olley house recreation was interesting and the video of her life is a must. The location has wonderful views...  more »
  • What a delight - the gallery was awesome with some interactive displays for all ages and I simply loved the reconstruction of Margaret Olley's house in Duxford Street - a superb job done and gave a gr...  more »
  • Relive Margaret Olly residence. Beautiful surroundings and nice cafe
  • Classy gallery with stunning views and surprising exhibits
  • An excellent gallery, and well worth a special visit to Murwillumba just to visit it.
  • Visited the Tweed Gallery Cafe today, was a disappointing experience, the service was abrupt and rude, the food was a disaster. Had a special from the board, watermelon/mint salad....was more like a fruit salad mixed with a green salad gone wrong, dripping in horrible dressing, the mint must have jumped out of the plate on the way to the table. The overpriced fish n chips was dry and smelly- suspect they were frozen hoki out of a bag. In short the food was great if you like stuff that was popular in the 80's - and don't mind paying 2020 prices for it. And if you like being treated poorly, you should definitely make this a stop on your itinerary.
  • Feng shui expert required to advise on energy flow and placement. Less is more.