Hawkesbury Regional Gallery

A: 300 George St, Windsor, NSW Australia

P: +61 2 4560 4441

E: gallery@hawkesbury.nsw.gov.au

W: hawkesbury.nsw.gov.au

Opened in 2005, Hawkesbury Regional Gallery was established as part of a major upgrade of cultural facilities undertaken by the Hawkesbury City Council. The upgrade included the acquisition and restoration of the former Windsor Hospital, the redevelopment of the hospital site to accommodate a new library, art gallery and cafe, and the construction of a new museum on Baker Street. The gallery is proud to be on Darug and Darkinjung land.

Since opening, the gallery has developed a strong reputation as a leading public gallery in north-western Sydney and as part of the New South Wales Regional Galleries network. Many of Hawkesbury Regional Gallery’s exhibitions are curated in-house, with a program that focuses on supporting local artists and continually strives to bring new work to audiences. The program also includes touring exhibitions from regional and state galleries and touring organisations throughout Australia. This extensive exhibitions focus – which covers a diverse range of artforms – is complemented with additional public and education programs. These include exhibition openings, artist and curator talks, masterclasses, studio visits, after-school art and school holiday workshop programs. Tailored education visits are also available.


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