Three of our Gallery Volunteers, Dawn Lim, Helen Grace and Heather Bell ready to meet and greet visitors during the opening of Ladder to the Stars: Dean Bowen Sculpture exhibition in March 2023.

Art quilt by Sue Reid, titled 'Australia Print' a finger print designe that has been hand coloured and hand-embroidered with indigenous motifs CGAG.0148

Sue Reid, Australian Print, 2019, hand painted, hand embroidered and machine quilted using acrylic paint, cotton fabric, wool and polyester wadding and embroidery thread, 1240 x 1050 mm. Central Goldfields Art Gallery Collection (CGAG.0148). © Sue Reid. Reproduced with permission of the artist.



Our volunteers play an important role at our Gallery.

Volunteers help to greet visitors, support our openings and events and assist with exhibition installations. 

We respect your existing skills and also provide training and support.

If you are interested in volunteering, we would love to hear from you.

To find out more contact us on 03 5461 6600 or email cgsc.art@cgoldshire.vic.gov.au

Help us grow and develop!

Donations help us run programs and acquire new artworks.
All donations over $2 are tax deductible. Central Goldfields Art Gallery has Deductible Gift Recipient Status.

Talk to us about sponsorship opportunities by calling 03 5461 6600 or email cgsc.art@cgoldshire.vic.gov.au

If you would like to make a donation by credit/debit card you can come into the Gallery reception (Thursday to Sunday 10am to 4pm) and use out Smart Giving donation EFTPOS machine or call us and make the payment over the phone, we can then post a receipt to you. Please call 03 5461 6600 to make a donation, thank you.

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Phone: (+61 3) 5461 6600

Old Fire Station
1 Neill Street Maryborough, Victoria

Opening Hours
Thursday to Sunday 10am–4pm

The Gallery will be closed on ANZAC Day and Good Friday.

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Central Goldfields Art Gallery is situated on the traditional lands of the Dja Dja Wurrung and pays respect to Elders past and present and emerging.