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Geelong Gallery—free, timed entry tickets

Pre-book your visit to Geelong Gallery



About this Event




Ticket FAQs

Free, timed-entry tickets are available for your visit to Geelong Gallery.

There is no limit to how long you can stay at the Gallery — we will monitor venue capacity.




Conditions of entry

Conditions of entry apply, please read these conditions prior to your visit: geelonggallery.org.au/COVID-19

Geelong Gallery encourages all visitors to use the Australian Government COVIDSafe app: covidsafe.gov.au

During your visit

Physical distancing, sanitisation stations and hygiene measures have been implemented at Geelong Gallery and in the Geelong Gallery Store, to ensure the health and safety of staff, volunteers, members and visitors safe during COVID–19.

Please refer to Geelong Gallery's COVID–19 safety measures and adhere to these during your visit.

What’s open

  • Collection leads: Kate Beynon—kindred spirits
  • Jacky Redgate—HOLD ON
  • Scenic Victoria—Land, sea, city
  • A shining light—recent acquisitions 2019–20
  • Thirdspace
  • Geelong Gallery permanent collection
  • Geelong Gallery Store

Changes to our venue

  • Cloaking facilities and all interactive displays will be unavailable (please do not bring large bags, food or drink)
  • We won’t be accepting cash (bring a credit or debit card)
  • No tours or events will be run until further notice



Privacy Policy

Please note your contact details will be required, including name, email and mobile phone. Anyone booking tickets on behalf of others is required to also provide those people’s contact details. This information will be held for 28 days and if required will be shared with the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services.

You can view Geelong Gallery's Privacy Poilicy at geelonggallery.org.au/policies






Image: Collection leads: Kate Beynon—kindred spirits, installation view, Geelong Gallery, 2020. Photographer: Andrew Curtis.