Free entry
Open daily 10am to 5pm
Closed Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Day and Good Friday

Getting here

The Geelong Gallery is located in Johnstone Park. The entrance is in Little Malop Street, in Geelong’s cultural precinct.

Travelling by train
A three–minute walk through Johnstone Park from Geelong Railway Station.

Travelling by car
60 minutes from Melbourne CBD.

Car parking
Weekday metered parking and free 2–hour parking on weekends is located in Little Malop St, Atchison Pl, Fenwick St and Ryrie St. The civic carpark located on Gheringhap St opposite the Town Hall offers parking Monday to Thursday from 7:30am to 6:00pm, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 7:30am to midnight (free parking after 6:00pm on Friday, all day Saturday and Sunday).

Bus parking
A free parking bay for buses is located in Little Malop Street.

Ferries
Port Phillip Ferries operates passenger ferry services from Docklands to Geelong and Docklands to the Bellarine (Portarlington) daily. 

Searoad Ferries car and passenger ferry travels from the Mornington Peninsula to Queenscliff. Buses run from Queenscliff to Geelong daily. 

Conditions of entry

By entering Geelong Gallery each person agrees to be bound by the following Terms and Conditions of entry:

During your visit 

In line with the conditions outlined by the Victorian Government and health authorities, Geelong Gallery has implemented a number of COVID–19 Safety measures. Our priority is to keep visitors and staff safe and we have introduced these measures to keep our community safe. Please refer to our updated Conditions of Entry (click through to read) for details.

Food and drink

Food and drinks are not permitted in the Gallery spaces.

Cameras and phones

Photography for personal use only is permitted unless otherwise signed. No flash.

Tripods and selfie sticks are not to be used without the express permission of the Gallery.

Please consider others while using your mobile phone.

Supervision of children

Children under the age of 15 must be under the supervision of a responsible adult (18 years and over) at all times. Parental discretion should be exercised for children over the age of 15 years old regarding whether they can attend Geelong Gallery, including workshops and events, without supervision.