Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery 

 

The Mornington Peninsula is one of Australia’s most diverse regions and home to many great art galleries. Explore the arts at the Peninsula Regional Gallery, where you can explore over 1,500 years of Aboriginal art, European and Asian art and 18th century Dutch art. 

The Regional Gallery has five locations across the Peninsula with the main branch being in Mornington.

The gallery features two main locations: one in the town centre and the other on the Mornington Peninsula Arts Trail.

The Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery has five locations across the Peninsula with the main branch being in Mornington. The gallery features two main locations: one in the town centre and the other on the Mornington Peninsula Arts Trail. The Regional Gallery has five locations across the Peninsula with the main branch being in Mornington. The gallery features two main locations: one in the town centre and the other on the Mornington Peninsula Arts Trail.

The Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery is located in the heart of the vibrant and historic township of Frankston in Victoria, Australia. Established in 1998 and located within the Frankston City Council, the Gallery is a partnership between the City of Frankston and Frankston Council.

The gallery is a member of the Victorian Arts Alliance, and operates as a sub-contractor for the Council. The Gallery provides a platform for the visual arts of the region, as well as showcasing international and national contemporary and historical works.

The Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery is one of the most important regional galleries in the state of Victoria, Australia. It has a breadth and depth of local art collections that few regional galleries can offer. In addition to its collections of regional art, the Regional Gallery also houses the regional library, the regional archives and a regional museum. The Regional Gallery has a long history. It was founded in 1876 as the Richmond Art Gallery, a private organization with an emphasis on collecting works of art by local artists. In 1986, the Regional Gallery was established as a statutory organisation to manage the collection of artworks and preserve the history of the region. It is jointly funded by the Australian Capital Territory, the state of Victoria and the town of Richmond.

With its focus on the history, art and culture of the region, the Regional Gallery is a great place to explore the heritage and traditions of the Mornington Peninsula.

The Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery is located in the historic village of Langwarrin in the Mornington Peninsula Shire. This gallery, which opened to the public in September 2016, is one of the newest art galleries on the Mornington Peninsula. It has a great collection of works by contemporary artists, photographers and painters, who depict the area’s unique flora and fauna in their own unique style.