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Accessible exhibition content

The Art Gallery of New South Wales is committed to providing diverse audiences with access to the art on display.

A range of options is available for visitors to the exhibition Daniel Boyd: Treasure Island.

Exhibition mobile guide

When you’re in the exhibition, scan the QR codes or use the short URLs on the walls to:

  • read label texts for select artworks

  • read plain English versions of these texts

  • listen to descriptions of these artworks.

Go to the exhibition mobile guide

Large-print booklets

You can borrow a booklet that has large-print versions of all label text in the exhibition from the information desk on the ground level.

Tactile materials

For people who are blind or with low vision, there are tactile materials related to Daniel Boyd's artworks available at the information desk on the ground level.

Auslan tour

There are Auslan tours of different displays at the Art Gallery on the last Sunday of the month (except December). For details of a tour of Daniel Boyd: Treasure Island, check our scheduled access events.

Explore Auslan tours at the Art Gallery

Access programs

A range of free programs is available for individuals and groups if you book at least two weeks in advance.

Explore access programs at the Art Gallery