Waverley Library Galleries

Applications now open for 2019

The Waverley Library Galleries are situated in the Ron Lander Centre within Waverley Library. The Galleries consist of an atrium and foyer space and experience approximately 44,000 visitors per month. The Galleries exhibit all forms of contemporary practice and encourage public programs associated with exhibitions.

Applications can be made to Waverley Library Reception or visualarts@waverley.nsw.gov.au. Applications close on Friday 29 June 2018 at 5pm for consideration for a 2019 exhibition.

Current Exhibitions

'This Is Where They Travelled: Historical Aboriginal Lives in Sydney' and 'Have You Lived in Charing Cross?'

Waverley Library Galleries

27 April - 30 May

Monday - Friday 9.30am - 9pm 
Saturday - 9.30am - 3pm
Sunday - 1-5pm

Two exhibitions are currently on display at Waverley Library Galleries.

'This Is Where They Travelled: Historical Aboriginal Lives in Sydney' is an exhibition tracing the lives of ten remarkable Aboriginal people who lived in Sydney between the early 1800s and the 1930s. Developed by historian Dr Paul Irish and resources from the La Perouse Aboriginal community.

'Have You Lived in Charing Cross?': Village life & Council Beginnings. Exhibition by Waverley Historical Society. From the 1850s Charing Cross developed slowly as a quaint village of shops and businesses supported by an attractive residential area.

Coming Soon


Best in Show - Waverley Youth Art Prize

In 2018, Waverley’s Youth Art Prize will celebrate the ‘Best in Show’ drawing inspiration from our four legged friends! Artwork from our young artists will be on display.

Need more information?

Visual Arts Team
Phone: 8362 3400

Waverley Library32-48 Denison Street, Bondi Junction