Plan Your Visit

AGWA is located in the heart of the Perth Cultural Centre – also home to the State Library of Western Australia, PICA, Blue Room Theatre, State Theatre Centre and WA Museum Boola Bardip.

Gallery closure 

There's an exciting transformation underway at the Art Gallery of Western Australia. 

To accommodate AGWA's redevelopment works, visitor access is from the Beaufort Street entrance with Pulse Perspectives on display in the Centenary Galleries. All other gallery spaces remain closed until the redevelopment works are complete. The AGWA Shop is only available online during this period.

Getting here

AGWA is just a short walk from the Perth Train Station and is easily accessible by public transport and car.  Until further notice, visitor access is from the Beaufort Street entrance. 

Related Information

Access map
Stop at the Perth Train Station and make your way across the pedestrian overpass to the Perth Cultural Centre. To access the Beaufort Street entrance, you can walk through the Perth Train Station to Beaufort Street. Then turn left and continue up Beaufort Street to the entrance, located just after the intersection of Roe Street and Beaufort Street.  
Transperth's Blue CAT buses provide the closest pick-up and drop-off points at the Museum stop on Beaufort Street.
Paid parking is available at the Cultural Centre car park (Roe Street), Perth Train Station car park (Roe Street) and State Library car park (Francis Street).
Visit City of Perth parking for more information.
Enter the Perth Cultural Centre from the Perth Train Station pedestrian overpass, through Yagan Square and the Horseshoe Bridge, or the James Street Museum Mall from William or Beaufort Streets.

Things to know

The Gallery is free to visit, donations are welcome. To protect artworks, the Gallery is climate controlled and can be a little cool – bring a cardigan.


When visiting the Gallery, you will be required to register your details for contract tracing through the SAFEWA app or electronic register.

We're undertaking an increased cleaning schedule and sanitisers are freely available in the space.

In the Gallery 

We have a free cloakroom and ask that you check large bags, backpacks and umbrellas before entering the gallery spaces.
Food and drink are not permitted in the Gallery. 
We welcome non-flash photography for personal use and love to see photos of your visit. #artgallerywa #myagwamoment #AGWA
The use of tripods, flash or additional lighting requires prior approval. Find out more on commercial photography here.
Pencil sketching is welcome.



We welcome all visitors and have provided a range of services available for people with disabilities. A walking frame, manual wheelchairs and an electric buggy are available. Access toilets are available in the Centenary Galleries. ACROD parking is available in the Perth Cultural Centre car parks. Companion cards are welcome. Large format print labels are available on our website for exhibitions and a copy available at Information. Find out more.

Until further notice, visitor access is from our Beaufort Street entrance and AGWA staff will provide directions on accessible entry to the Centenary Galleries. The parents' room is on the ground floor will be closed. Breastfeeding is welcome throughout the Gallery. 

More information 

For more information, please see our

Frequently asked questions

The view is changing. During AGWA’s redevelopment works, entry is via Beaufort St. Details