A: 30 Parke St, Katoomba NSW

P: +61 2 4780 5410



The spacious state-of-the-art Blue Mountains Cultural Centre is one of the leading regional art galleries in Australia. The gallery features major touring, curated, regional and local exhibitions. Its Exposé Exhibition Program is dedicated to showcasing artists who reside in the Blue Mountains Region. The gallery also hosts many quality exhibition programs such as curator and artist talks, educational workshops, gallery tours and outreach programs to the community.

Launched in March 2014, the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre Fine Art Collection is continuously growing. Each artwork is selected based on its excellence, relevance, value and ability to celebrate the cultural identity of the Blue Mountains. Recently the gallery acquired work by Blackheath based artist Julie Harris. Throughout her career Harris has developed a pictorial language of considerable integrity. She has created an organic and inclusive body of work and in it discovered an apt metaphor for communicating the shifting structure of her experience. Her work The Dark Stations (2011) has been acquired for the Collection.

The Cultural Centre offers a range ways for you to be involved. Through InSight Membership you can choose between individual, family and business membership, or support the gallery at the highest level of Patron Membership. InSight Members receive free entry to the gallery and the Blue Mountains World Heritage Interpretive Centre Into the Blue, a 10% discount in the gallery cafe and shop, members prices on art classes and events, plus many more exclusive benefits.


  • Cafe
  • Gallery shop
  • Library
  • Onsite parking
  • Theatre & screening room
  • Wheelchair access
  • Workshops & classes


Arthur Boyd: Landscape of the Soul: Touring Exhibition

Bundanon Trust presents work by Arthur Boyd.