Learn more about what we do, our history and features of the Gallery.
The Gallery shop specialises in handcrafted objects by designers and artisans of the Shoalhaven
Shoalhaven Regional Gallery serves as an exciting artistic hub for the Shoalhaven region and the south coast of NSW. Each year welcomes a vibrant exhibition program featuring both contemporary and traditional works, a diverse range of touring exhibitions by leading Australian and Shoalhaven artists and community based exhibitions.
Exhibitions change every 6 to 8 weeks across four gallery spaces and the North Gallery features works from the Shoalhaven City Art Collection.
We pride ourselves on fostering dynamic Public Programs, presenting art, cultural and community events aimed at audience development, accessibility, and education.
Shoalhaven Regional Gallery is an accessible venue. The Galleries are located on the ground floor and a public lift can be used to access our art studio and meeting rooms on the second level. Contact the Gallery to discuss any additional accessibility requirements before visiting.
The Gallery shop specialises in handcrafted objects by designers and artisans of the Shoalhaven and surrounding region. If you are looking for a unique gift with local flair, or just something special for yourself, you will find it here. Woodwork, ceramics, jewellery, glass, and lots more, we have got something for everyone.
If you have unique, quality artworks you would like to sell in the Gallery Shop, contact us to make an appointment.
Located in the heart of Nowra NSW, Shoalhaven Regional Gallery was established in 2003 on the site of a former TAFE building where it was originally known as the Shoalhaven City Arts Centre & Regional Gallery.
The building was refurbished by Shoalhaven City Council with funding support from NSW Ministry of the Arts and the Australian Government Regional Partnership Program. It was officially opened 28 February 2004 by Mayor, Councillor Greg Watson, accompanied by Senator Rod Kemp, Federal Minister for the Arts, and Councillor John Anderson, Chairperson of Shoalhaven Arts Board and Assistant Deputy Mayor.