New England Regional Art Museum
The New England Regional Art Museum (NERAM) is renowned for its valuable collection of Australian art from 1880s to the present day. Gaze on Streeton landscapes, or delve into the world of 1960s abstract art.
NERAM boasts six gallery spaces, conference facilities, artist studio, artist-in-residence flat, museum of printing, shop and cafe. NERAM is is the custodian of three important collections of Australian art: the Howard Hinton Collection, the Chandler Coventry Collection and the NERAM Collection.
The quality and size of these permanent collections make NERAM an important regional gallery in NSW, providing the region with a cultural resource of national significance.
NERAM’s annual calendar of exhibitions features works from the permanent collections, regional artists, as well as national touring shows from major galleries. Popular public programs include art classes for adults and children, workshops with visiting artists, school tours, art chats and family days.
Located in Armidale on the Northern Tablelands, NSW and surrounded by spectacular gorge country, NERAM is 1 hour direct flight from Sydney or 6 hours by road.
Cafe - Six Counties
The cafe is currently open: Tues-Sun, 8am - 3pm
The perfect stop on your next visit to find that unusual gift for the person that has everything, or to treat yourself! Browse through the wide range of gifts available from finely crafted ceramics, jewellery, glassware, textiles, innovative toys, specialised books, art supplies and much more.
Hinton Research Library
Howard Hinton donated over 1000 books on history of art in the 1930s and 1940s. The NERAM Research Library collects materials specific to the art and the artists in the Museum’s permanent collections.