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GCS Gallery Abbotsleigh

Visit the Grace Cossington Smith Gallery

In line with the new public health orders, the gallery will be closed during the 2 week lock down period, starting 6pm 26 June 2021. We look forward to re-opening when advised by the NSW Government.  


Opening Hours: Tuesday to Saturday 10 am - 5 pm

Closed: until 23 January 2021, Public Holidays, Easter long weekend and Anzac Day

  Also closed between exhibitions -  see Gallery Calendar

The Grace Cossington Smith Gallery provides disabled access. 

Parking is available at the left of Gate 7 entry.​ Currently there is building work beside the gallery and parking is limited.

​​The Gallery is open to the public with free admission​.


Please follow these recommended steps to ensure the safety and well-being of our visitors, staff and wider community. Upon entry into the gallery please:

  • Scan the QR code at the entrance 

  • Sanitise your hands provided for you at the entrance

Thank you for your continued support

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PLEASE NOTE: throughout 2021 there is building work in the vicinity of the gallery  and parking has been moved to the left of the gate 7 entry. Gate 7 will act as entry and exit.

Contact us

Email: gcsgallery@abbotsleigh.nsw.edu.au
Web: www.gcsgallery.com.au
Phone: +61 2 9473 7878

Tours and school visits

The Grace Cossington Smith Gallery welcomes school classes and adult groups for brief introductions or more extensive content based tours of the exhibitions.

Please contact the Gallery to make a reservation.

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Location

Address Abbotsleigh, Gate 7, 1666 Pacific Highway, Wahroonga 2076

(Enter on Pacific Highway, Gate 7, past the watertower and before Lucinda Avenue)

The gallery is a short walk from Wahroonga station.

Access from Gate 7 Pacific Highway
Opening hours:
Tues-Sat 10-5
Sunday closed
Visit us:
Gate 7, 1666 Pacific Highway
Wahroonga NSW 2076
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