Paid PostPosted on Nov 23, 201610 Lesser-Known Aussie Art Galleries That Are Definitely Worth A VisitGet art there and see for yourself. Brought to you by the exceptionally efficient New Corolla Hybrid.by New Corolla HybridBrand PublisherFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Artspace, Sydney Artspace / Via Instagram: @artspacesydney Facebook: artspacesydney Nestled behind Sydney's Woolloomooloo Wharf, Artspace was established in the early '80s as an artist-run gallery and has since hosted some mind-blowingly weird exhibitions from incredible local and international artists. If you like your art contemporary, this one is not to be missed. 2. Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne Heide Museum of Modern Art, Jeremy Weihrauch / Heide Museum of Modern Art, John Gollings / Via Heide Museum of Modern Art Opened in 1934 by John and Sunday Reed, Heide is the birthplace of Australian modernism. The Reeds opened their home (the Farmhouse) to progressive artists such as Sidney Nolan, who painted his iconic Ned Kelly series in the dining room. The 15-acre property also contains the Modernist House and a Sculpture Park. 3. The Goods Shed, Perth Bewley Shaylor / Via Courtesy of FORM, Edwin Sitt / Via Courtesy of FORM Housed in one of Perth's oldest heritage buildings, The Goods Shed is FORM Gallery's space for exhibitions, installations, and commissions. It's somewhat of a cultural and creative hub that has showcased work from both local and international artists. 4. Campbelltown Arts Centre, Sydney Campbelltown Arts Centre / Via Facebook: CampbelltownArtsCentre Arguably one of the best art organisations in NSW, Campbelltown Arts Centre is committed to giving artists from diverse cultural backgrounds opportunities to exhibit work, helping to nurture and showcase some of the best multicultural contemporary art in Australia. 5. KickArts, Cairns Courtesy of KickArts / Via Facebook: kickarts.cairns Located inside the Centre of Contemporary Arts in Cairns, KickArts gives visitors a peek into the vibrant art culture of Tropical North Queensland. 6. Bathurst Regional Art Gallery (BRAG), Bathurst Katie Peters / BRAG / Via bathurstart.com.au, BRAG / Via bathurstart.com.au Located on Bathurst's historic Keppel Street, BRAG generates quality exhibitions of contemporary art, and the design of the space allows for three to four exhibitions at a time. BRAG also operates the sought-after Hill End Artists in Residence Program. 7. Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne Andrew Curtis / Gertrude Contemporary, Laura De Neefe / Gertrude Contemporary, Daniel Gardeazabal / Gertrude Contemporary The lifeblood of Gertrude Contemporary has been the artist studios located above the gallery space. For more than 30 years, Gertrude Contemporary has been an incubator for emerging and mid-career artists, and the space allows artists and the public to engage in contemporary art that takes risks. 8. Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA), Melbourne Derek Swalwell / ACCA, ACCA / Via Instagram: @acca_melbourne Designed by local architects Woods Marsh, the ACCA building is a work of art in itself. The cavernous exhibition spaces have allowed it to host some ambitious international projects, and it's become renowned for the quality of its programs and dedication to commissioning bold new works. 9. White Rabbit, Sydney Andy Vermeulen / Via Instagram: @whiterabbitgallery, White Rabbit Gallery / Via Instagram: @whiterabbitgallery White Rabbit Gallery is one of the best places to see Chinese contemporary art. It was opened in Sydney's Chippendale in 2009 by Judith Neilson (who owns the White Rabbit Collection). Since only a fraction of the collection can fit in the gallery, the exhibition is changed twice every year. 10. Fremantle Arts Centre, Perth Photography by Jessica Wyld / Courtesy of Fremantle Arts Centre Set in an epic gothic building that was previously an asylum, a women's home, and a naval base, Fremantle Arts Centre hosts world-class contemporary art exhibitions, events, and live concerts from both local and international artists. Uncover new artistic territories with the New Corolla Hybrid. Equipped with Toyota’s Hybrid Synergy Drive® and Smart Entry and Start, it’s for the generation going places.