Some of our favourite galleries in the South West


By Grace Flynn

Published Apr 2

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It’s not all just beaches and wineries!

Heading down south? Consider expanding your itinerary beyond the usual beach, bakery and winery
trifecta with a trip to one of the region’s many art galleries.

Spanning Bunbury to Yallingup, here are some of our favourites:

Bunbury Regional Art Gallery

We don’t mean to BRAG (see what we did there?), but the Bunbury Regional Art Gallery might be one of the prettiest art galleries in Australia. Housed in a former convent built in 1897, the gallery exudes heritage charm while its playful pink icing-like exterior makes it one of Bunbury’s most recognisable buildings. Inside, expect to find exhibitions from regional, state and national sources, as well as a strong focus on Noongar artworks. BRAG also hosts artist and curator talks and is open to the public from Wednesday through to Sunday.

64 Wittenoom Street, Bunbury

Phil Hollett Gallery

If you love landscape photography, you’ll want to pay a visit to Phil Hollett’s gallery in Busselton. The Busso local captures the breathtaking natural scenery of the South West through his landscape photography, from the region’s pristine beaches to its forests filled with towering Karri trees.

Shop 7/55 Prince Street, Busselton

Yungarra Gallery

Drawing its name from the Wadandi Yunungjarli people, ‘Yungarra’ is synonymous with strength, grace and resilience, and as a gallery, serves to platform local Pibblumun and Nyoongar fine artists. Located in Dunsborough, the gallery reflects its beautiful natural surrounds with a range of landscape artwork and other pieces aimed at fostering cultural understanding.

6/16 Cyrillean Way, Dunsborough

Christian Fletcher Gallery

Another gallery centred around landscape photography is Christian Fletcher Gallery located in Dunsborough’s town centre. Fletcher captures spectacular landscape and aerial photographs of the local region as well as of Perth, the North West, New Zealand and Cuba. Packed with colour and light, Fletcher’s work highlights our extraordinary natural landscape as well as the everyday beauty in Australia’s country towns and suburbs.

4/27 Dunn Bay Road, Dunsborough

Yallingup Galleries

Located on Caves Road, Yallingup Galleries is a haven of art surrounded by 1.5 acres of beautiful bushland. Beloved by locals, the gallery was first opened in 1987 by Rob Malcolm and was saved from closure by current owners Emma and Matthew Skinner in 2022. The now-revived Yallingup Galleries continues to represent recognised Australian as well as international artists and artisans. Home to a range of paintings, sculptures, prints, ceramics, jewellery and more, there’s no shortage of works to peruse at this gorgeous regional gallery.

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Corner of Caves Road and Gunyulgup Valley Drive, Yallingup

The Studio Gallery

Fancy some fine art with a side of cake? The Studio Gallery (and bistro) in Yallingup is another fantastic option for those interested in seeing the work of leading Australian artists and artisans. Situated just off Caves Road, the contemporary art gallery is immersed in a serene bush garden setting and offers coffee and cake everyday.

7 Marrinup Drive, Yallingup

REDSEA Gallery

REDSEA is the South West’s newest addition, having opened in March 2024. The Margaret River art gallery celebrates the creativity of local artists who tend to draw their inspiration from the natural scenery of the Margaret River region; expect seascapes, paintings of flora and coastal-inspired abstract works.

83 Bussell Highway, Margaret River

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