Opening Hours & Getting Here

Art Gallery of South Australia
North Terrace Adelaide SA 5000

Open daily 10am – 5pm

The Art Gallery is located on North Terrace, Adelaide’s cultural boulevard, between the South Australian Museum and the University of Adelaide.

Find us on the map or contact us for more information.

North Terrace runs east–west, along the northern edge of the CBD, and is well serviced by public transport, including buses and trams.

Adelaide Railway Station is located on North Terrace, approximately five minutes walk from the Art Gallery.

Catch the Adelaide FREE Bus, which travels on a loop around the City taking in key sites, including the Art Gallery, Adelaide Botanic Garden and Rundle Street (East End).

Cyclists and walkers can take the River Torrens Linear Park trail, which runs from the beachside suburb of Henley Beach to Paradise in the city’s northeast and passes behind the Art Gallery.

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Parking is available opposite the Art Gallery in the Wilson car park on North Terrace.

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Access & Facilities

Wheelchair and pram access is available to all areas of the Art Gallery. Please ask our friendly staff at the Information Desks if you need any assistance.

Wheelchairs can be borrowed while you visit the Art Gallery and are available from the North Terrace main entrance. Please telephone 08 8207 7000 before your visit for more information or to reserve a wheelchair.

Information Desks are located on the Upper Ground and Lower Ground Floors of the Art Gallery. Our friendly staff are happy to assist you with any queries or bookings.

Male and female amenities are available on the Upper Ground and Lower Ground Floors of the Art Gallery. Please look for signs or ask one of the Art Gallery’s staff members. Baby change facilities are located in both female toilets.

Visitors are asked to leave their umbrellas, large bags and packages in one of the cloakrooms located next to the Art Gallery’s Information Desks.

Image detail: Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, Japan, 1839-1892, 'Picture of the country of New Holland [New] South Wales [Shin Oranda Minami Waruresukoku no zu]', 1866, Tokyo; published by Iseya Kisaburo, colour woodblock print on paper, oban triptych, 36.0 x 72.0 cm; Andrew and Hiroki Gwinnett Fund 2012, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 2012.1165