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8536 5700
782 Kingsway, Gymea NSW Australia

About Hazelhurst


Opening Hours

Gallery:10am - 4pm

Cafe Hours:9am - 3pm

Gallery Shop:10am - 4pm

Art Centre

Mon - Fri:9am - 5pm

Sat - Sun:9am - 4:30pm

Public Holidays

Closed Good Friday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.

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Hazelhurst sponsor list, Arts NSW, Holt Estate, Moran Aged Care

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Please note, the process to bring a primary or secondary school group to Hazelhurst has changed due to Covid restrictions. We are taking a number of precautionary steps to ensure the safety and welfare for students, teachers and Hazelhurst staff. These are:

  • Bookings essential 
  • Only 1 school at a time at Hazelhurst (number dependent on booking activity, ie: self-directed gallery visit or group excursion).
  • Limited numbers in the gallery and studios at any one time (expect your class to be divided into 2 or 3 groups) to reduce crowding.
  • Maximum of 140 in the Regional gallery at any one time (includes general public).
  • Use of hand sanitiser upon entry to gallery or studio.
  • Social distancing of students in small groups with good ventilation in the studios to reduce risk of close contact.
  • Handwashing facilities and hand sanitiser in all studios and throughout the building.
  • Students provided with own materials while in studio, which have been sanitised before and after use.

Hazelhurst is dedicated to providing access to Visual Arts education to students in the Sutherland Shire, St George District and beyond.

If you wish to bring a class to Hazelhurst, please complete the booking request form below or contact our Public Programs & Education team: Natalie O'Connornoconnor@ssc.nsw.gov.au or Lisa Barnfield LBarnfield@ssc.nsw.gov.au

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