A: Queen Street Cultural Precinct, Busselton WA

P: +61 8 9751 4651



ArtGeo Cultural Complex was for many years considered the City of Busselton’s well-kept secret. Now, the complex is promoted widely as a place where art and heritage meet, known for a diverse program of exhibitions and attractions. In addition to the gallery, the complex includes an historic courthouse, artist studios, life-sized bronze sculptures, and various other resources. The City of Busselton’s collection began in the 1960s, when philanthropistClaude Hotchin gifted the community a collection of Australian paintings and drawings. The collection now holds more than 100 works, including wood block prints by Japanese master printmaker Hiroshi Tomihari.


The City of Busselton Art Award is an annual event open to Western Australian artists. The award offers an acquisitive first prize of $10,000 in addition to a solo exhibition at ArtGeo Gallery. A non-acquisitive Emerging Artist Award and a People’s Choice Award are also announced each year.


  • Cafe
  • Free guided tours
  • Gallery shop
  • Historic building
  • Onsite parking
  • Parklands
  • Sculpture park
  • Theatre & screening room
  • Wheelchair access (restricted)
  • Workshops & classes


Pat Thomas: Immediacy

ArtGeo Cultural Complex presents work by Pat Thomas.

Philip Berry: Romance and Landscape 1981 – 2019

ArtGeo Gallery Busselton presents works by artist Philip Berry.

Group Exhibition: City of Busselton Art Award 2019

ArtGeo Gallery presents the City of Busselton Art Award 2019

Julie Dowling: Yagu Gurlbari (Big Secret)

ArtGeo Gallery presents work by Julie Dowling.

Juliet Stone and Mary Knott: Liaisons

Art Geo Gallery presents works by Juliet Stone and Mary Knott.

Judy Rogers: Body From The Suitcase

ArtGeo Gallery presents works by Judy Rogers.

Group Exhibition: Spaced 3

ArtGeo Cultural Complex presents the group exhibition Spaced 3: North by southeast.

Tracey Moffatt and Gary Hillberg: Montages The Full Cut 1999 – 2015

ArtGeo Cultural Complex presents work by Tracey Moffatt and Gary Hillberg.