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National Gallery of Victoria

The National Gallery of Victoria is Australia’s oldest public art gallery and is comprised of two venues – the NGV International and NGV Australia. Both spaces house world renowned and acclaimed art, including permanent collections such as a Rembrandt, a Bonnard and a Tiepolo and Ian Potter Centre which house Indigenous art from the colonial era and contemporary artists.

With over 40 unique exhibitions each year and more than 70,000 works of artistic expression at any given time across the two city locations, the NGV is an endlessly intriguing attractions for locals and travellers alike.

To recharge between exhibits, the Tea Room offers handcrafted pastries and sweet treats high tea as well as cakes and light meals

On the ground level, the Garden Restaurant is an expression of Melbourne’s artistic culinary prowess, showcasing seasonal produce within a naturalistic oasis of which you are able to dine amongst the greenery inside or by the garden terrace outside.


Current Exhibitions at the National Gallery of Victoria International

There is always plenty of free and paid exhibitions on at the National Gallery of Victoria Internationals.
Here is a list of the current exhibitions:

  • Terracotta Warriors & Cai Guo-Quiang – Until the 13th of October – Paid
  • A Fairy Tale in Red Times – Until the 6th of October – Free Entry
  • Turning Points – Until the 27th of January 2020 – Free Entry
  • Desert Lines – Until the 17th of November – Free Entry
  • Liquid Light – Until the 13th of April 2020 – Free Entry


Current Exhibitions at the National Gallery of Victoria Australia – Ian Potter Centre

Here is a list of current exhibitions being shown at the National Gallery of Victoria Australia, at Federation Square.

  • John Dermer – Until the 6th of October – Free Entry
  • John Wardle Architects – Until the 1st of September – Free Entry
  • Marking Time – Until the 16th of August 2020 – Free Entry
  • The Joseph Brown Collection – Free Entry