Moree Plains Gallery - Art Collector

A Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori artwork held in the Moree Plains Gallery collection. Courtesy: the artist and Moree Plains Gallery, New South Wales

Inspired by the far-reaching plains of the Moree region, Moree Plains Gallery’s goal is to widen horizons and expand people’s cultural vision. The gallery is committed to supporting the work of contemporary Australian artists, especially Aboriginal artists. It is one of the few regional galleries that is not owned and run by local government but the gallery does receive financial support from Moree Plains Shire Council, which owns the 1911 Edwardian-style gallery building.

The collection

The gallery has an extensive Aboriginal art collection. This has been made possible through significant gifts from the late Ann Lewis as well as Robert Bleakley, Christopher Hodges and Helen Eager.

Exhibition highlights

The gallery's annual program includes a diverse array of touring exhibitions and displays of works from the permanent collection. Upcoming highlights include a curated exhibition of the Ann Lewis Collection and self curated exhibitions by artists from north-west New South Wales.


Belonging to Friends of Moree Plains Gallery has many benefits. As well as receiving invitations to exhibitions, members are entitled to a 15 per cent discount on goods from the gift shop, a 15 per cent discount on the purchase of works from gallery exhibitions and half price rental of the gallery or gardens. Members also receive invitations to concerts, poetry readings, lectures on art and art auctions.

Visitor information

Moree Plains Gallery offers visitors the following facilities:
  • Gallery shop
  • Venue hire

Moree Plains Gallery
25 Frome Street
Moree NSW 2400

Phone: 02 6757 3320
Opening hours: Weekdays from 10am to 5pm and Saturdays from 10am to 1pm.