Public Tours


There are a number of public tours available to help you make the most of your time in the Gallery.

Free Guided Tours

On most days you'll be able to join one of our free guided tours - Wesfarmers Arts Walk-in Tours. These tours are led by one of our experienced Voluntary Gallery Guides who will take you and other members of the public around our galleries and exhibits.

Floor Talks

During exhibitions we conduct a range of floor talks and public program events that explore an aspect of the exhibition. To find out what public programs are available see our What's On section.


Patricia Piccinini and guest curator Juliana Engberg in conversation.

self-Guided Tours

If discovering the collection and exhibition at your own pace is more of your thing, then you can follow one of Gallery trails, which are available from brochure stand near the Information Desk. Alternatively you can purchase an exhibition catalogue that explains the works in detail from our Gallery Shop located at the entrance to the Gallery.

art & Memory Tours

Small groups and their carers are able to discover how works of art can encourage conversation, evoke memories and reminiscences. Art & Memories Tours, a free guided tour for people living with dementia.

larger Group Bookings

The Gallery can also cater for larger groups, however we need advance warning of your intended visit. Bookings for guided tours and activities at the Art Gallery of Western Australia are essential and subject to availability. A minimum of two weeks notice is required. Group organisers should consider alternative dates and times before calling to make a booking.




Last reviewed 1 March 2012

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