Vic McEwan Floor Talk
Artist Vic McEwan discusses his work, Haunting, at the Burnie Regional Art Gallery.
Burnie Regional Art Gallery’s purpose is to celebrate, promote and exhibit the very best of art, craft and design in northwest Tasmania.
Burnie Regional Art Gallery is closely following and implementing all restrictions and recommendations advised by National and State Governments regarding event operations. You can find the relevant government information here.
There is step-free access to all of the Burnie Regional Art Gallery.
There are three disabled parking bays outside the Burnie Arts & Function Centre and two outside the Burnie Regional Museum.
Ten Days on the Island and the Burnie Regional art Gallery will have staff available to assist you at any point.
The Burnie Arts & Function Centre car park is a council operated car park. Entry to car park is via Jones Street or King Street.
There are five free 10 minute parking bays which are helpful when you are collecting any pre-purchased tickets from the Box Office. These parking bays are located on the lower side of the car park, directly outside the Box Office.
For longer stays, you must park in another parking spot and pay the normal car park fees. Fees are $1.50 per hour between the hours of 8.30am – 6.00pm (Monday – Friday) and 9.00am – 2.00pm (Saturdays). A five hour limit applies.
Purchase ticket and display on dashboard. Tickets machines are located close to the Burnie Regional Museum and outside the Town Hall entrance.
Alternatively, you can use the EasyPark Smartphone App to find and pay for parking electronically.