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Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery

A: 531 Ruthven St, Toowoomba City QLD

Rosalie Gallery

A: 89 Mocatta St, Goombungee QLD

Crows Nest Gallery

A: New England Highway and William St, Crows Nest, QLD

Toowoomba Region Art Galleries are on Country of which First Nations peoples are continual custodians. The gallery respectfully acknowledges Elders past, present and emerging. Comprising three venues, Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery, Rosalie Gallery and Crows Nest Gallery, Toowoomba Region Art Galleries present engaging annual exhibitions and events programs that support local artists and communities in the region.

Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery, is located in the heart of Toowoomba and is home to the nationally significant Lionel Lindsay Gallery and Library Collection, the Fred and Lucy Gould Art Collection and the Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery – Toowoomba City Collection. The gallery houses one of the largest print collections by Australian master printmaker, Sir Lionel Lindsay, and has developed one of the most cohesive surveys of Australian contemporary jewellery since its biennial acquisitive jewellery award, Contemporary Wearables, began in 1991.

Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery liaises with the local community, and state and national bodies to mount an extensive annual exhibition and events program. Rosalie Gallery is nestled in a vibrant arts community at Goombungee and presents a range of programs that support the local arts scene. The Rosalie Gallery team and volunteers welcome the many local and travelling visitors with country hospitality.

The Crows Nest Gallery is an important part of cultural life in its region and aims to showcase and nurture talent from across the region. The Crows Nest Gallery team provide access to a broad range of programs for visitors and the local community.


• Free guided tours
• Wheelchair access
• Workshops & classes


Group exhibition: Needle and Bite, Etchings by Lionel Lindsay and his Contemporaries

Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery presents works by Lionel Lindsay and his contemporaries.

Group exhibition: Creative Generation Excellence Awards in Visual Art 2022

Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery presents a group exhibition