Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre, Gymea

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The Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Arts Centre, also known as Hazelhurst Arts Centre, Hazelhurst Gallery and Hazelhurst, is an arts complex located on Kingsway in the suburb of Gymea, in southern Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It is the first public arts centre of its kind in Australia and sits on 1.4 hectares (3.5 acres) of gardens. The complex includes two art galleries, a theatrette, art studios, meeting rooms, gift shop and café as well as the gardens. The facility is also available for hire as a function centre. Hazelhurst opened on 22 January 2000. Architects for the building were Michael Bennet (of Jackson, Teece, Chesterman, Willis) in partnership with Esther and Trevor Hayter. The garden designs were by Oi Choong.
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  • Currently displaying ArtExpress 2020. A collection of over 50 outstanding Visual Arts student works from the 2019 Higher School Certificate practical examination and curated by the Hazelhurst...  more »
  • Great art classes and shows Love the Jewellery making and kids classes Arts and crafts great for school holidays and weekend fun and great garden setting and love the cafe to unwind or get a great...  more »
  • Great place to catch up with friends. Good coffee and limited selection of tasty treats. Nice outdoor setting overlooking grounds of art gallery. Interesting exhibitions and for those wanting to dabble or further their talents there are art classes available.......
  • Haven’t been here for a while and what was a decent restaurant has become a mediocre cafe. Fish and chips very heavily deep fried, naked sushi was tasty but wet. Asked $30 for cakeage. We would’ve stayed around and spent more than that in coffee and sweets but now are leaving after mains. Initially brought out glasses for our champagne but then decided they weren’t BYO and took away our flutes. Don’t bring a group for a celebration to this place.

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