The Lockyer Valley Function Centre hosts a stunning art gallery telling the region’s history and promoting engagement with art of all types for residents and visitors alike. The Art Gallery is supported by the Lockyer Valley Regional Council. Admission is FREE for all. The gallery opened in 2009, and has 56 linear metres of fixed-wall display space. Our exhibitions change monthly, so come see what’s on today.
CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Please note: Gallery admission on weekends is subject to staff surplus. Gallery may be closed due to exhibition changeover, and is closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and Good Friday. Contact us before your visit for more information.
You can reach the Visitor Information Centre on (07) 5466 3425.
Lockyer Valley Legends
The Art Gallery includes the Lockyer Valley Legends portrait series by award-winning photographer Robyn Hills.
Expressions of Interest
Are you interested in presenting an exhibition? The Lockyer Valley Function Centre in Gatton supports Australian artists and exhibitions that display elements of local culture and history. We are equipped with movable wall panels and have a versatile track lighting system and standard hanging system.Find out more about what we are looking for, and submit an expression of interest to the Lockyer Valley Regional Council by downloading this application form: Expression of Interest Form
We are located at 34 Lake Apex Dr, Gatton QLD 4343, Australia.Travelling West along the Warrego Hwy, take the Gatton exit onto Eastern Drive. Follow Eastern Drive into town, turning left at Railway Street (second set of traffic lights). Travel approximately 1 km, turning left into Lake Apex Drive and right into the Cultural Centre carpark. Travelling East along the Warrego Hwy, follow the Cobb & Co Trail. This will exit the Warrego Highway at Helidon and direct you through Grantham. When entering Gatton, the Conference and Functions Centre will be on your right hand side. Turn right onto Lake Apex Drive and right again into the carpark.While you’re here you can also visit our library and the Queensland Transport Museum, located in the same complex.