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Griffith University Art Museum, 226 Grey Street, South Bank, QLD 4101


Tuesdays - Saturdays 11 am — 4 pm

Admission is always free.

We’re closed on public holidays and during exhibition installation periods.

Griffith University Art Museum update: COVID-19

Last updated 11.30 am 17 April 2020

Griffith University Art Museum is closed until further notice to ensure the health and wellbeing of our staff, students, visitors and the wider community.

We strongly believe that active engagement with the arts is essential to wellbeing, particularly in extraordinary times. We unite with our fellow arts and cultural sector professionals, and encourage everyone to continue to engage with and support the sector by connecting with artists, galleries and museums via social media and their online resources.

Our staff will continue to work remotely to bring you engaging and unique online content and events, and are looking forward to sharing information on our Collection and exhibitions in exciting new ways. If you don't already, please connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Twitter .

We are committed to supporting our staff and artists at this time, and ask you to join us in practicing social distancing measures to assist in protecting those most vulnerable in our communities. We wish you and your loved ones the best of health. Thank you for your understanding and ongoing support.

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Directions and Parking

Conveniently located at Griffith University's South Bank campus, home of the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University Art Museum is a short walk from Brisbane CBD via the Goodwill Bridge or the Victoria Bridge (head south through South Bank’s arbour to the eastern end of the cultural precinct.

The South Bank railway station and South Bank busway station are directly across Grey Street, and the Cultural Centre busway is an easy 15 minute walk. All stations are fully accessible, with both lifts and ramps.

There is metered parking available on Grey St, or the South Bank car park is nearby at Little Stanley Street, South Bank. Entry is via Tribune or Glenelg Street.