Art Gallery of New South Wales
Recently refurbished, Art Gallery NSW is the home to Sydney Film Festivals retrospectives films. Dating back to the 1800s, the classically elegant Art Gallery of NSW is one of Sydney’s most distinctive landmarks. Located in the Art Gallery itself, these beautiful and artistic surroundings create a superb context to our screenings.
Art Gallery of NSW is easily accessible by public transport with St James and Martin Place train stations located a 10 minute walk away. Bus 441 departs from the York Street side of Queen Victoria Building regularly during the week, and the gallery is a five minute walk from Macquarie Street or Hyde Park.
Martin Place train station is an accessible train station and access information is available online.
To find out more on how to get to the Art Gallery of NSW via public transport call the Transport Infoline on 131 500 or visit the website.
Bicycle racks are located on either side of the Gallery's main entrance.
The wheelchair entrance to the Gallery is at the rear via the service road on the southern side of the building, leading to security gates and the loading dock. Press the intercom for access. All areas inside the building can be accessed by ramps and two lifts. Wheelchair accessible toilets are located on lower level 1.
There are 4 free dedicated accessible parking spaces: two at the front of the Gallery and two at the rear.
Hearing loops are available in the back two rows of the Domain Theatre.
There are 5 wheelchair spaces at the back of the cinema.