Darwin Visual Arts Association

Galleries, Museums and Collections

DVAA (Darwin Visual Arts Association) is a Darwin institution. Established in 1983, DVAA began life through the collective efforts of artists who wanted a place to make and exhibit their work.

DVAA maintains an active program showing local, national and international artists. DVAA’s three art galleries run a year-long exhibition programme. Each art exhibition is opened with a lively opening night, attended by the local arts community and live local music. DVAA also offers a range of workshops for aspiring and established artists

See the DVAA website for current and coming events and exhibitions http://www.dvaa.net.au/

Facilities

Carpark Picnic Area Public Toilet

Disabled Assistance

Caters for hearing impairment Caters for limited mobility

Rates

Free Entry

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Frog Hollow – mature trees on the site. The landscape is well maintained

Frog Hollow

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Steam locomotive in the Qantas Hangar.

Sandfly NA1 Steam Locomotive

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Guide meeting guests

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Burnett House at Myilly Point Heritage Precinct.

Myilly Point Heritage Precinct

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