Latrobe Regional Gallery is located on the traditional land of the Braiakaulung people of the Gunaikurnai nation. We pay respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.
Latrobe Regional Gallery presents an exciting program of contemporary art for our region and visitors to enjoy.
Established in 1971, Latrobe Regional Gallery is one of the largest public galleries in eastern Victoria, with seven gallery spaces and a changing exhibition program that offers a blend of unique local perspectives, curated exhibitions of note and artworks from our collection.
Our dedicated space for children to create and experience art, inspired by our exhibitions and collections, is sure to delight. We also produce a dynamic public program of events, exhibitions tours, workshops and art education programs.
PLAN YOUR VISIT
Located in the heart of Morwell, Latrobe Regional Gallery is a quick walk from Morwell Train Station and there is plenty of parking nearby. Latrobe Regional Gallery is a 90 minute drive from Melbourne along the Princes Freeway (Exit B460).
Stay for lunch at our onsite cafe or explore our shop filled with handmade treasures from Gippsland artists and makers.
Please contact our friendly customer service team to discuss any access requirements we can assist with on 03 5128 5700.
Latrobe Regional Gallery manages collections of regional and national significance. Hosting more than 1400 works of art across all media and historical periods these collections include:
- Rare historical works which reference the Gippsland region, by significant practitioners, such as Jessie Traill, Noel Counihan, Jan Senbergs, Mandy Martin and Kevin Mortensen.
- Allan Aldous Collection (Asian Art)
- Contemporary Australian Art – Works on Paper (Drawing, Photography and Printmaking)
- Contemporary Australian Glass, including a Perfume bottle collection
- The Colin Suggett Sculpture Collection
- A significant number of contemporary works donated from the Bank of Melbourne Regional Art Collection.
- A growing collection of Australian video art.
Latrobe Regional Gallery also manages the Cbus Collection of Australian Art.