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Opening hours and location 

Gallery opening hours:

10 am – 4 pm, Wednesday to Sunday.

Cafe opening hours:
9am - 4pm, Wednesday to Sunday.
Bookings: Apex Dining

Public Holiday opening hours

Open on ANZAC Day, 1pm - 4pm on Thursday 25 April.
Closed on Christmas Day, Wednesday 25 December.

Note: The Gallery operates on AEDT (1 hour ahead of QLD during daylight savings).

Entry is free. Bookings are required for groups of 10 or more people.

Guided tours:

Daily guided tours start at 11:30 am. Gallery Guides will arrive at Claude Monet's Meules, milieu du jour [Haystacks, midday] at 12pm for Monet at midday and then continue the tour of the gallery.

Tours are approximately 45 - 55 min. Numbers may be limited at the Guides discretion - read more about guided tours

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Our location

The Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre is located just outside Murwillumbah, only a short drive from the Gold Coast to the north and Byron Bay to the south.

2 Mistral Road (corner Tweed Valley Way)
Murwillumbah South, NSW 2484 Australia

Get in touch

Postal address: PO Box 816, Murwillumbah NSW 2484 Australia
Phone: 02 6670 2790

Visitor Information

Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre - view from front with Wollumbin in background (photo by Ryan Fowler)

Car parking and accessibility

The Gallery has accessible facilities, including a lift and set down area close to the front doors of the Gallery, undercover parking and a bus parking area. The Gallery provides the following:

  • wheelchair access to the Gallery, the Gallery Café and the facilities - wheelchairs are available free of charge, and can be pre-booked by calling 02 6670 2790
  • undercover disabled car parking spaces opposite the lift on the lower level
  • undercover car spaces on the lower level and off street uncovered parking on Mistral Road
  • the Betty Marks Family research library - located in the Margaret Olley Art Centre.

Terms & Conditions of Entry

  • Food and drinks are only to be consumed in the cafe and must not be carried into the Gallery. Water bottles can be check-in at Reception.  
  • Any large bags eg. backpacks must be checked in at Reception.
  • Photography for personal use is permitted except where specifically prohibited. Please refer to signage. Do not use a flash.
  • Children under 12 years of age must be supervised by an adult at all times
  • Some artwork may not be suitable for viewing by children. Please refer to specific exhibition signage. 
  • Bicycles, scooters, skateboards, roller skates/blades are not permitted in the Gallery. 
  • Mobility Scooters, strollers and wheelchairs are permitted.
  • Accredited service dogs are permitted. Please carry your valid ID card and ensure dogs are wearing a vest at all times.    
  • All other animals not to be brought into the Gallery. 

Tours and group bookings

Daily guided tours 

Public Gallery Tours are currently being offered daily by our Volunteer Guides at 11:30 am.

Gallery Guides will arrive at Claude Monet's Meules, milieu du jour [Haystacks, midday] at 12pm for Monet at midday and then continue the tour of the gallery.

Numbers may be limited, at the Guides discretion. Tours are approximately 45 - 55 min.

Larger group visits and tours 

Bookings are required for groups of 10 or more people. Please use the group booking form below. Your booking will be complete when you receive a confirmation email from Tweed Regional Gallery staff. Note: Cafe reservations need to be booked directly with Apex Dining

School groups

To book a visit to the Gallery with your students please complete the school booking form.

Bus services and timetables

For bus services between Byron Bay and Murwillumbah, contact the Byron Visitor Centre on 02 6680 8558 or visit their website at

Tourist information

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acon membership

Tweed Regional Gallery is a proud member of  The Welcome Here Project and is welcoming and inclusive of LGBTIQ+ communities.