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The unrivalled beauty of the Snowy Mountains is an artists’ dream. From the snow-capped mountain peaks to the rolling hills of the Monaro, there’s an image for every artistic taste.

Explore the unique history and beauty of the Snowy Mountains through its spectacular art galleries.

Bundian Way Gallery, Delegate
Located in Delegate, close to the Victorian border, the Bundian Way Gallery showcases Indigenous artwork and exhibitions. The gallery is named after the Bundian Way, an ancient Indigenous pathway that links Mt Kosciuszko (Targangal) to Fisheries Beach (Bilgalera). The gallery highlights the cultural heritage elements of the Bundian Way and is a wonderful way to experience the history of the Snowy Mountains.

The gallery is situated in the historic bank building in the main street of Delegate. 

Open Monday - Saturday
10am to 3pm (closed Tuesday, Sunday)
66 Bombala St, Delegate

Borderline Gallery, Delegate
Next door to the Bundian Way Gallery is the Borderline Gallery, which is also run by the Delegate Progress Association in the bank building. The gallery features work from a range of our local artists and craftspeople, including paintings, photography, pottery, woodwork, mosaic, glasswork, jewellery and metalwork.

Open Monday - Saturday 10am to 3pm (closed Tuesday, Sunday)
66 Bombala St, Delegate

The Raglan Gallery and Cultural Centre, Cooma
The Raglan hosts regular exhibitions by local and travelling artists. The historic building was constructed in 1854 as an Inn and had a variety of lives before it was purchased by council and approved for use as a community gallery. The beautiful building is now one of Cooma’s most frequented attractions, situated on historic Lambie Street.

It’s not too late to catch Peter AP Mortimore’s ‘Drawn’ exhibition, which is running until 22 October.

Open Wednesday - Sunday
9:30am to 4:30pm.
9-11 Lambie St, Cooma.

Monaro Art Group’s Little Gallery, Cooma
The Monaro Art Group consists of artists, craftspeople and writers in the Snowy Monaro region who display and sell their works at the Little Gallery. The gallery has recently moved to a new location in the main street of Cooma and displays paintings, photographs and sculptures all by our local talented artists.

Currently on display is the gallery’s Spring Exhibition, which brings the gallery walls to life with colourful oil, acrylic, watercolour, pastel and mixed media artworks.

Open Monday - Friday 10am to 4pm, Saturday 10am to 1pm, every third Sunday (market day) 10am to 1pm.
118 Sharp St, Cooma.

Jindabyne Art Gallery, Jindabyne
The Jindabyne Art Gallery is the only volunteer run gallery in town exhibiting artworks from local artists around the region. The gallery is always looking to showcase the talents of more locals and invite them to share their work within the gallery. Artworks on display come from a range of different visual arts including painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics, photography, woodwork, crafts and more.

The Jindabyne Art Gallery is not only for showcasing beautiful pieces but also doubles as a art space to host a variety of art workshops for the public.

Open Wednesday to Monday
10am to 5pm (closed on Tuesdays).
Jindabyne Memorial Hall (along
Thredbo Terrace), Jindabyne. 

  • Issue #78
    June 2021
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