The Grafton Regional Gallery is located in the heritage precinct of Grafton and is a cultural hub for the region.
It has recently gone under an extensive renovation and now boasts a new multi level exhibition space as well as an Artist Cottage.
The Gallery provides a dynamic program of exhibitions, events and tourism services.
Historic Prentice House is surrounded by a cottage garden that attracts visitors who wish to enjoy arts and culture in a tranquil environment.
The Gallery collection holds over 3,000 works including significant representations of work by Doris and Gladys O’Grady, John William Lindt, and Ken Done.
Ongoing programs include the Jacaranda Acquisitive Drawing Award and Clarence Valley Indigenous Art Award which provide a focus on excellence in contemporary drawing and local Aboriginal stories.
The Gallery also offers an inhouse cafe called Rubony’s offering fantastic coffee and meals from breakfast fare, scrumptious lunches and dinner from Thursday to Saturday night.