The Gosford Regional Gallery and Edogawa Commemorative Garden is open to the public with new safety measures in place 9.30am to 4.00pm Monday to Sunday.
All visitors are required to sign in on arrival. On arrival, please sign in using the QR code provided by scanning the code with your smartphone camera. On completion please show staff at the Welcome Desk the blue tick that will be displayed on your screen. If you do not have a smartphone you can sign in using the visitor book at the Welcome Desk.
What are we doing to make our venue safe
- limited the number of visitors in line with the 4 sqm per person and have introduced timed entry to reduce queues.
- taking the contact details of all visitors in case contact tracing is necessary.
- installed hand sanitising units and increasing our cleaning regime to thoroughly clean all touch points regularly throughout the day.
- removed some seating and other touchable items.
You can help us stay safe by staying home if unwell, register your visit using the QR code provided on arrival, washing your hands or using the sanitiser, coughing and sneezing in to your elbow or shoulder.
For the most up-to-date information on changes to Council events and services visit our frequently updated news page.
About the gallery
Located on the shores of Caroline Bay in East Gosford, the Gosford Regional Gallery is one of the Central Coast’s leading tourist attractions. It provides an important cultural and educational resource for the community as well as a one of the region’s great family attractions.
The one hectare facility is situated within 26 hectares of public reserve and incorporates: three exhibition spaces, the Edogawa Commemorative Garden, a gallery shop and onsite café. The adjacent art centre is available for hire and supports the practice of local artists with art classes, meeting spaces and the Community Gallery.
The gallery’s hosts a diverse program of local, national and international exhibitions. It regularly showcases a variety of styles in visual art, photography, sculpture and design, showcasing established and emerging artists, traditional, new and original work. Many significant touring exhibitions also come through Australia's extensive network of regional and national galleries.
The exhibitions are supported by a strong education and learning program which includes tours, practical workshops, demonstrations and term time art classes for both children and adults. An exciting series of family activities are also available during school holiday periods.
The gallery is open daily and admission into the full complex is free, with donations welcomed.
The Gallery Shop features a wide range of luxurious items and stylish products including homewares, ceramics, glassware, textiles, stationery, books and jewellery. Our range of high-quality craft and designer products showcases the work of local and regional artists.
The shop is open seven days a week from 9:30am - 4pm (with some public holiday exceptions).
Top Point Café
The Point Café Japanese Gardens offers a wonderful outlook onto the Edogawa Commemorative Gardens. The café is known for its fresh food, great coffee and friendly service. It also provides the perfect spot to relax and unwind after your visit to the gallery and gardens.
For their menu and upcoming promotions, or to make a booking, phone the café on 4324 8099 or visit their web site.