Collie Art Gallery

The Collie Art Gallery opened in 2015 as a centre for art and artists. It is the first fit-for-purpose A-class gallery to be built since the Art Gallery of WA was opened in 1979.

The gallery showcases diverse talent and achievement, as well as hosting a range of programs and events.

There is parking and a tour coach stop nearby. There is great disability access throughout the gallery and surrounds.


Gallery hours

10am – 4pm  Thursday – Monday.

Other times by appointment.

Now showing


Coming up

Dreamscapes Down Under


Previous exhibitions

Albany Art Group – Finest Local Art from Albany
Cash and Carry
Festiv Arty
Roll the Tape
Art meets science in Immerse, a new exhibition from MIX Artists
Collie Art Prize
Awakening Enchantress Connections through Quantum Entanglement
The Visitors
Howard Taylor: Works from the Kerry Stokes Collection Copy
Festiv Arty
Seven Forms
Argh! What A Mess!
A Glimpse of Blackwood River Valley Art
Tithuyil – Moving with the Rhythm of the Stars
Down the Rabbit Hole Again
Legacy – What do we hope to leave behind?
Subject: Studio
Festiv Arty
Cash and Carry
Brush Worx
The Past Stops Now
Lester Prize
There Were Moments of Transformation
5 Shades of Art
Art for World Peace
Cash and Carry
A Glimpse of the Collie Art Collection
Yagu Gurlbarl (Big Secret)
Friendships Thru Art
Collie Art Prize 2020
0.76% – Portraits of a Community
Modern Folk Paintings of Xiuzhou, China
Festiv Arty
How Did I Get Here?
Bits & Pieces
National Photographic Portrait Prize 2019
Imaginary Voyage
Festiv Arty
Gifts from the Bush and Beach
Creations from the Man Cave
Beyond Boundaries
Studio Exhibition
A prize that CAPs all others
Highlights from the Collie Collection
Removing the Traces
Periclesian Habitats
Forms of Landscape
Let Me Be Myself – The Life Story of Anne Frank
A Camera on Gallipoli
Rikai (Understanding)
Yidumduma Bill Harney: Bush Professor
Watercolours WA – City to Country
Memories – A Tony Bell Retrospective
Griffin Festival of the Arts 2016
Judy Rogers
Watch this Space
An Internal Difficulty
Sally Poole
Diverse Print
Collie Collection
Act-Belong-Commit presents Arthur Boyd: An Active Witness
Pinjarra Massacre Memorial: Touring Exhibition
George Dorozenko: Ink ‘n’ Blink


The Collie Art Gallery was built as part of the Shire of Collie’s SuperTowns program and has been made possible with funding from the Shire of Collie, Royalty for Regions and the Collie & Districts Community Bank Branch of the Bendigo Bank.

It is the first purpose-built gallery in Western Australia since the State Art Gallery in Perth in the 1970s. It provides great benefits to the Collie district through education, inspiration, participation and access to artistic and cultural processes.

The Collie Gallery Group Inc. was formed to lobby for the construction of the gallery and manages its operation. The design includes 150 square metres of gallery space, a 50-square-metre studio and adequate storage and working space, which allow it to host exhibitions of national and international significance.

The gallery’s doors opened in May 2015.

Contact us at to enquire about exhibiting with us or click here to find out more.

Become a member and be the first to know about the gallery’s exhibitions, receive free access to exhibitions at special members events and/or previews as well as priority access and ticketing for talks, lectures and ‘meet the artist’ events.