Art & Culture

All galleries host state and national exhibitions featuring regional and touring artists – you’ll be surprised with the variety and diversity of art on display.


Located in the Community Arts Centre, this gallery hosts annual touring exhibitions as well those of local artists. The Walk of Art connects the Centre to the restored Hibernian Hall – catch a glimpse of artists in action from the studios and workspaces.

Housed in the transformed Maranoa Picture Theatre, the gallery includes a library, movie project room, outdoor artists’ workspace and sculpture garden.

The range of artwork on display is as diverse as the gallery’s location. Located in the Cobb & Co Changing Station complex, the gallery shares a location with a 25,000-litre freshwater fish aquarium and historical artefacts.

Famous names Sidney Nola, Russell Drysdale and Hugh Sawry have all exhibited here.

Located in the centre of town, behind the Visitor Information Centre and Café on Second, combine a visit to the latest exhibition with your morning tea or lunch stop.

Stop into the local Visitor Information Centres for more information about opening times.

Public Art

You won’t just find art on the four walls of a gallery; our streets have become exhibitions in their own right.

• Machado Statue
• Bassett Park Mural
• Windows of St Paul’s

• Ringing the Bells and Bob Nason Murals at Cobb & Co building
• Skate Park Mural
• Information panels Balonne River Walk

• Cobb & Co Park Mural
• War Memorial Mural – Yuleba Hall
• Town Centre Murals

• Cambridge Street Streetscaping
• Mitchell Memorial Park Art installations
• Yumba Interpretive Trail
• Kenniff Monuments

• Henricks Park
• Characters of Injune