10am-5pm, Wednesday – Monday
Closed Tuesdays, Good Friday, Anzac Day and Christmas Day
While the Gallery is free to visit, we do ask all visitors to make a voluntary donation as you enter. Some exhibitions and events carry a separate charge.
Art Gallery of Western Australia
Perth Cultural Centre
Perth WA 6000
+61 8 9492 6600
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 located in the main Gallery building. ACROD parking is available in the Perth Cultural Centre car parks. You can arrange special vehicle access to the Gallery entrance by contacting +61 8 9492 6600. Companion cards are welcome. Find out more.
The parents' room is on the ground floor and breastfeeding is welcome throughout the Gallery.
The Gallery is one of Perth’s most sought-after venues. Available for private and corporate functions from 8 to 800 people, discover the possibilities for your next event. Find out more.
Join us on a free daily guided tour (closed Tuesdays). We can also arrange private tours for groups of eight or more. Find out more.
AGWA is just a short walk from the Perth Train Station
and is easily accessible by public transport and car.
Stop at the Perth train station and make your way across the pedestrian overpass to the Perth Cultural Centre.
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.
The City of Perth has introduced a twelve-month trial of three-hour free parking at three prominent inner-city carparks. From 15 November 2019, His Majesty’s, Pier Street and the Cultural Centre carparks will feature the three-hour free parking on weekends and public holidays.
Visit the City of Perth website for details.
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.
Eat and drink
Visit the café for a selection of food and drinks.