Perth Cultural Centre, Roe St, Perth / Yandilup

Through the Collection, associated programs, and stimulating exhibitions, Gallery visitors are offered unique and exciting experiences of historic and contemporary Australian artists, as well as the art of the world.

Emphasis is placed on Western Australian and Australian art, in particular work by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, and due to our geographic position, the Indian Ocean Rim. WA’s proximity and access to many of the most exciting cultures of the world adds immeasurably to programs, exhibitions, collections and events at the State Art Gallery.


(08) 9492 6622

[email protected]


Non-flash photography for personal use is allowed, selfie sticks are not permitted.

The use of tripods, flash or additional lighting requires prior approval.

Please be aware of your surroundings.

When entering the gallery, a free cloak room is provided.

Please check backpacks, bags and umbrellas before entering the gallery spaces.


The closest ACROD accessible parking with lift access to the Cultural Centre are located at:

Cultural Centre car park (CCP) 5 bays

State Library car park (CCP) 7 bays

Citiplace car park (CCP) 5 bays

City of Perth Parking (CPP) provides convenient open and covered car parking facilities around the city – including three in close proximity to the Art Gallery – just look for the distinctive City of Perth Parking signs.


AGWA is easily accessed by the pedestrian over-pass from the Perth Train Station. On alighting from your train follow signs for 'Eastern Concourse'. Take the lift or the escalators to the top; proceed through the barriers and turn left. You will cross the bridge immediately before arriving at the Gallery to your right.

Entry from the City is best taken via the Perth Train Station and Roe Street pedestrian overpass, or from Beaufort Street via the James Street Mall.

Transperth's Blue CAT buses provide the closest pick-up and drop-off points for the Art Gallery at the Museum Stop on Beaufort St. Taxi and special group buses are temporarily permitted to drive into the Cultural Centre to within 30m of the Main Gallery entrance for set-down and pick-up purposes only. Please inform your driver to enter James St via Beaufort St. Longer-term parking is strictly prohibited.

Transperth InfoLine: 13 62 13

Transperth Website:


The Gallery has two lifts. The main lift provides access to the first floor Gallery spaces and is located in the central concourse.

A second lift allows access to the Centenary Galleries which houses temporary exhibitions such as Pulse Perspectives and The Lester Prize.

The Gallery has wide, level passageways between the gallery spaces.

Accessible toilets are located in the foyer of the main Gallery.

Walking frames, manual wheelchairs and an electric buggy are available for visitor's use. These are provided free of charge from the Gallery Reception.

Bookings are advisable to ensure availability and can be made by calling +61 8 9492 6600.


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