Exhibitions at the Visitors Centre

Open daily from 9.30 am – 4.30 pm

Exhibitions in the Visitor Centre Gallery aim to provide enjoyment for visitors through a broad program of display material including fine art, craft, photography, sculpture and other creative forms.

Display content ranges from historical to contemporary and encompasses a variety of themes including science, environment and culture.

Many of the exhibitions provide a new context for understanding and appreciating native flora, learning about the many roles of the ANBG, appreciating people's perceptions of native flora, and becoming aware of threats and their consequences to native flora and the environment.

  • Dirkswirks

    2–26 August

    A collection of timber reliefs and sculptures, bark, crosscuts of branches and recycled fence palings.

  • Fruit, Flowers, Fungi and Feathers

    30 August – 1 October

    Celebrating Floriade, this exhibition presents an assortment of botanical and wildlife paintings, and drawings from specimens found in the Gardens.