We acknowledge the Gadigal of the Eora Nation, the traditional custodians of the Country on which the Art Gallery of New South Wales stands.

For visitors from outside Sydney

A view of the Sydney CBD, including the Art Gallery of New South Wales in the foreground and the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House top right

Aerial view of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, including the SANAA-designed new building, photo © Iwan Baan 

If you’re visiting from out of town, out of state or overseas, we look forward to welcoming you to the Art Gallery of New South Wales and to our beautiful city of Sydney.
  • Stay with Accor Hotels

    Our hotel partners Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, Pullman Sydney Hyde Park, Mantra 2 Bond Street or The Porter House Hotel Sydney are all walking distance to the Art Gallery.  

    Sofitel Sydney Wentworth is an iconic five-star hotel that combines French elegance and traditions with sophisticated comfort for a luxury escape without equal. This award-winning, world-class heritage-listed property has been the Art Gallery’s official hotel partner since 2003.  

    Pullman Sydney Hyde Park has everything you need to unlock your potential. There’s space for you to work, create and connect in contemporary design-led rooms and suites, and the opportunity to play around every corner, as the hotel is perfectly located on the edge of Hyde Park with panoramic Sydney views. Always looking to up your game, Pullman redefines what it means to travel.

    Mantra 2 Bond Street offers studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments in the heart of Sydney’s business district, located just minutes away from Circular Quay and the Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney. 

    The Porter House Hotel Sydney is the city’s newest luxury hotel, situated in the heart of the CBD. A stylish sanctuary designed for the modern traveller, it offers three unique dining venues in the original and heritage-listed Porter House building.

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