COVID–19 Safety measures
Geelong Gallery will continue to implement a number of COVID–19 Safety measures, including visitor check-in via the Service Victoria App, postcode checks, utilising sanitisation stations, continuing to wear masks, maintaining building occupancy numbers and physically distance. Please refer to our updated Conditions of Entry (click through to read) for details.
All visitors are asked to adhere to these conditions of entry during their visit to help keep our community safe.
Geelong Gallery's current exhibitions include Collection leads: Zilverster (Goodwin and Hanenbergh)—Amator, Exhume the grave—McCubbin and contemporary art, Sarah Walker—Her small white hands (Wall commission #2), Lillian O’Neil—Evening (Wall commission #3) and the 2021 Geelong acquisitive print award.
For those who cannot physically visit the Gallery, you can experience our recent exhibitions in a 360° virtual tour and we will continue to offer programs online, via the Gallery Channel and virtual events.
Geelong Gallery will continue to monitor and be guided by the Victorian Government’s health guidelines.
We ask that you check-in to Geelong Gallery upon arrival, demonstrate you are from regional Victoria, wear your mask at all times and that you maintain physical distancing during your visit to continue to keep our community safe. Geelong Gallery will also be maintaining capacity numbers in the Gallery at all times.
How to check-in
Download the Service Victoria App.
Upon arrival at Geelong Gallery, scan the QR code and follow the prompts to check-in.
Submit your details and show our Visitor Services team the green tick along with your regional Victorian license.