Dunedin Public Art Gallery

All year round

A superb and broad collection supported by an innovative programme of events

The Dunedin Public Art Gallery holds the main public art collection of the city of Dunedin. They host a fantastic  collection of works including a Monet. Collecting New Zealand art is an important priority for the Gallery. The earliest works in this area of the collection date from the 1860s to a comprehensive representation of contemporary New Zealand art. Occupying a special place in the collection is the work of Dunedin born painter Frances Hodgkins.


Free with a cost for special exhibitions

For more info visit:

Dunedin Public Art Gallery


30 Octagon


03 474 3240




A lift is available to move between the Gallery’s three floors. A wheelchair is available for use from the front desk. There are wheelchair accessible toilets on all three floors.


There are two mobility carparks on Princes Street a short distance from the Gallery. Should passengers need to alight from a vehicle such as a mobility van at an entry point other than the Gallery’s front entrance, phone reception on 03 474 3239 and one of the team will meet you at the Gallery entrance from the private carpark at 30 Moray Place. Gallery access from here but parking is not available in this area.

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