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Art Galleries

The Richmond Valley is home to world class galleries and has a thriving arts culture celebrating a region of endless beauty.


Platypus Gallery  |  Roxy Gallery  |  Paperbark Gallery  |  Jambama Art Centre  |  Fire & Stone Sculpture Park  
Waterlines Gallery



Address: 86 Centre Street, Casino NSW 2470

Phone: 02 6662 3566
Opening Hours: 9am to 4pm 7 Days (excluding Christmas day and Good Friday) 


Also exhibiting @

Casino Community and Cultural Centre
Address: 35 Walker Street, Casino NSW 2470

Phone: 02 6662 1080

Opening Hours: 9am to 4pm Monday to Friday (closed public holidays)

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Platypus Gallery is fast becoming known for exhibiting innovative shows across a wide variety of genres, being one of the only galleries in the area where artists can show and sell their work at no cost to them. Twelve exhibitions are showcased per year, each chosen to support and enhance cultural diversity and multiplicity of creative expression, including several sponsored annual art competitions.

Platypus Gallery also promotes and sells a range of locally produced arts, crafts and local produce, encouraging economic and artistic endeavours within the region.  Drop in and surprise your senses as you discover many treasures from the Valley of Surprises!




Address: 143 Summerland Way, Kyogle NSW 2474
Phone: (02) 6632 3518
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Friday 10am - 4pm & Saturday 10am - 12 noon
When you’re exploring Kyogle and discovering its rich tapestry of natural wonders, a visit to Roxy Gallery in the main street is a must. The gallery features a kaleidoscope of talented regional and local artists and art groups in ever-changing exhibitions of mixed media – all year long. The next piece to take pride of place in your own collection could be here! 


Roxy Gallery



Address: 11-15 Canberra Road, Evans Head NSW 2473

Phone: (02) 6682 5188

Opening Hours: Tuesday to Thursday 10am - 4pm


Visitors to Paperbark Gallery will find an array of fine Australian art, calligraphy, furniture, woodwork, pottery, glassware, giftware and a large selection of handcrafted cards. The gallery features the woodworks and calligraphic art by owners Justin and Vanessa Crisp along with 60 artists in many mediums.  and located in the town’s Arts & Industry Estate, the gallery is a must-see place to visit while in the Richmond Valley.


Paperbark Gallery   




Address: 47 Cassino Drive, Casino Industrial Estate, Casino NSW 2470

Phone: (02) 6662 6672


Jambama Artists have a range of Aboriginal professional artists who produce high quality paintings, teaching their culture and stories. The Gallery displays a wide range of original artworks and creative products’ that express and reflect the local Aboriginal talent.


Jumbama Gallery   




Address: 1668 Plains Station Road, Tabulum South NSW 2469

Phone: (02) 6661 3511

The Fire & Stone Sculpture Park is situated among the hills in the secenic valleys of the Upper Clarence. Walk through amazing landscapes and discover artworks large and small in their carefully selected locations.

Owner, Keith Cameron's vast workshop is alive with an evolution of transforming creations, crafted individually to serve for many generations.


Fire & Stone



Address: Richmond Terrace, Coraki NSW 2471

Phone: (02) 6683 2913

For Joanna Burgler, the transformation of the rigid geometric shapes of the industrial world by nature’s chaotic patterning encourages contemplation and exploration of the complex relationship between man and nature. Born in Canberra in 1955, Joanna Burgler has exhibited widely in Byron Bay, having settled in the area after having obtained her Diploma of Art (Painting) in 1979 from the Alexander Mackie College of Advanced Education in Sydney.


From her gallery in Coraki, Joanna Burgler provides a variety of art classes including after school kids classes for $15, morning adult classes for $20 or individual classes for $25. Bookings are essential.

  Waterlines Gallery