Galleries

The Tableland’s diverse landscape creates breathtaking natural beauty in which colourful villages and bustling towns are nestled. In this clean mountain air, a rich arts community thrives and shares their talents. Artists, potters, photographers, sculptors and teachers create artworks that capture the true heart of the Tablelands. Take home your own piece from one of the studios and shops across the region.

We operate three galleries in the Tablelands Region. Exhibitions are constantly changing and include artworks from local artists, travelling exhibitions, and school and community groups.

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Tablelands Regional Gallery

16 Robert St, Atherton

Opening Hours

  • Monday
    Closed
  • Tuesday
    10am–4pm
  • Wednesday
    10am–4pm
  • Thursday
    10am–4pm
  • Friday
    10am–4pm
  • Saturday
    10am–1pm
  • Sunday
    Closed

Since 2008, the Tableland Regional Gallery has showcased a diverse array of artistic talent from the Atherton Tablelands, and provided an excellent venue for touring exhibitions, art workshops and cultural events.

Town Meets Town by Weston Campbell

Paint The Town

An initiative of Flying Arts Alliance, Paint the Town is the touring exhibition of 2021 Queensland Regional Art Awards.
By 28 talented emerging and established artists from across regional Queensland.
On display until Saturday 9 July

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Old Post Office Gallery

86 Atherton Herberton Rd, Atherton

Opening Hours

  • Monday
    Closed
  • Tuesday
    10am–2pm
  • Wednesday
    10am–2pm
  • Thursday
    10am–2pm
  • Friday
    10am–2pm
  • Saturday
    10am–2pm
  • Sunday
    Closed

The Old Post Office Gallery is located at the Hou Wang Chinese Temple and Museum precinct and is a delightful exhibition space showcasing the work of talented local artists and community groups.

A workshop room is available for hire for arts-related activities.

Spirit of Place

A Yungaburra artist collective showcasing 2D and 3D unique responses to Yungaburra’s local landscapes and village life.
By Yungaburra Village Artist Group
On display until Saturday 4 June

Spirit of Place by Alison Faigniez.
Siena chalk artist by Susie Armytage

Andiamo

Andiamo (‘Come on let’s go’) is a photographic exhibition by two local photographers from their travels to Italy, the Dalmatian Coast and Greece.
By Susie Armytage and Marita Romano
On display  Tuesday 7 June to Saturday 23 July

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Foyer Gallery

45 Mabel St, Atherton

Opening Hours

  • Monday
    8.30am–5pm
  • Tuesday
    8.30am–5pm
  • Wednesday
    8.30am–5pm
  • Thursday
    8.30am–5pm
  • Friday
    8.30am–5pm
  • Saturday
    Closed
  • Sunday
    Closed

The Foyer Gallery showcases a vibrant selection of emerging artist and art group exhibitions.

Marshlands by Jen Fleming.

Watercolour Flows

The artist captures the beauty and emotion of a place using a limited watercolour palette.
By Jen Flemming
On display until Friday 27 May

Dare To Be Different

Everyday scenes we see around us, captured with trained eyes through a camera lens. From members who have learnt the basic use of modern cameras and mobile phones, to more experienced members that fuss for their version of that perfect view.
By Happy Snappers photography group of U3A Atherton
On display Tuesday 31 May to Friday 26 August

Canabullen Falls by Dave Pender