Hurstville Museum & Gallery hosts a regularly changing program of social history, photography, science and art exhibitions.
Our permanent exhibition, St George Stories: people - places - commnunity
, traces the history of the St George region from its earliest people through to the 21st century. Our main gallery features 3 – 4 exhibitions per year, including travelling exhibitions and in-house created content. The Dragon’s Lair Gallery displays artworks and materials from local artists, established artists, and community groups. The gallery changes once a month from February – December.
Fore more details, please download the Exhibition Calendar January - March 2017
For more information about applying to exhibit in the Dragon’s Lair Gallery, contact us.
Hurstville Museum & Gallery is also dedicated to the preserving the unique history of the Hurstville and wider St George region through our permanent collection of objects and artefacts. If you would like to donate an object, contact us
Friday 20 November 2015 to Monday 31 December 2018
This award winning exhibition consists of three galleries that trace the history of the St George district.
Saturday 04 February 2017 to Sunday 09 July 2017
New spotlight display about British migration in the 1950s.
Saturday 22 April 2017 to Sunday 16 July 2017
A self-Guided tour for schools for Shaun Tan The Art of Story: Discovering The Lost Thing book to film exhibition.
Saturday 06 May 2017 to Sunday 20 August 2017
Pubs, liquor & the law is a selection of historical photographs sourced from the Georges River Council Local Studies collection
Saturday 03 June 2017 to Sunday 02 July 2017
In Their Shoes is a community exhibition, supporting and creating awareness for families that have a child with a disability.