This exhibition is now closed.
23rd Biennale of Sydney: rīvus
12 March to 13 June 2022
Art Gallery of New South Wales
Art Gallery Road, The Domain, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
On the eastern side of Sydney’s CBD, next to the Royal Botanic Gardens and the Domain, just down the road from St Mary’s Cathedral. About 5 minutes walk from Macquarie Street, across the Domain, or from Hyde Park.
441 – Departs from the York Street side of Queen Victoria Building and drops off near the Gallery.
St James and Martin Place stations are both about 10 minutes walk.
For more information about public transport options, times or disruptions, contact the Transport Infoline on 131 500 or transportnsw.info
On nights when the Gallery is open, a courtesy bus departs from the Gallery entrance every 15 minutes from 7pm until closing. Stops include various locations in the city with proximity to Martin Place (Macquarie St), Wynyard (Castlereagh St and Hunter St) and Town Hall (Castlereagh St and Park St).
Taxi courtesy phone
Free phone to Taxis Combined in the Gallery at the information desk.
Racks at the Gallery’s main entrance.
On Art Gallery Road, Mrs Macquaries Road and other streets around the Gallery.
Drop-off and pick-up zone at the Gallery’s main entrance but no dedicated parking spaces.
There are several parking stations near the Gallery, the closest is the Domain Car Park.
Domain Car Park
Book parking in advance via the Wilson Parking app or website: Book Here
Accessible parking and access
Two accessible parking spaces at front of the Gallery, two at rear. See: Access
If you require assisted entry or to enter at the rear of the building, we recommend you contact the Gallery before arrival on 02 9225 1775
Inside the Gallery, if you require further assistance, see staff at the ticketing and information desk or any of the uniformed Gallery officers.
There are four free dedicated accessible parking spaces: two on-street spaces at the front of the Gallery and two off-street spaces at the rear.
Please note you are not able to book any accessible parking spaces in advance.
Next to the Gallery, the Domain Car Park has accessible lifts and there is a bitumen path from its nearest lift to the Gallery’s rear access entrance.
Entrance & Exit
Front: The main entrance, at the front of the Gallery, is via two short flights of stairs: nine steps outside and two in the vestibule inside. A permanent access ramp – on the left as you face the building – provides an alternative to the external stairs. Another ramp is positioned on the inside stairs and a Gallery staff member is available for assistance if required.
During the current construction works at the front of the building, a temporary access ramp – on the right as you face the building on Art Gallery Road – provides an alternative to the stairs at the main entrance.
Rear: Another access entrance/exit is provided at the rear of the building. This is reached via the service road on the southern side of the building, leading to security gates. Press the intercom for access. From here, entrance is via a ramp into lower level 1.
Inside the building
All public areas inside the building can be accessed by ramps and two lifts (as well as stairs and elevators).
Wheelchair-accessible toilets are located on the upper level, lower level 1 and lower level 2. All-gender toilets with wash basins and hand dryers are located on lower level 2. The amenities include change table facilities.
Changing Places facility
An accredited Changing Places facility is located on lower level 2 for visitors with high support needs and their carers. Please ask a staff member at the Information Desk for assistance to access the facility.
Visit the Art Gallery of NSW website for more Access information.
The Art Gallery of New South Wales acknowledges the traditional custodians of the country on which it is located, the Gadigal of the Eora nation, and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. From its magnificent site in Sydney, the Art Gallery of NSW is one of Australia’s flagship art museums and the state’s leading visual arts institution. Their mission is to serve the widest possible audience as a centre of excellence for the collection, preservation, documentation, interpretation and display of Australian and international art, and a forum of scholarship, art education and the exchange of ideas.Celebrating our 150th anniversary in 2021, as we undertake a significant expansion, the Art Gallery remains committed to making art a vital part of everyday life.
The transformation – the Sydney Modern Project – will create a new art museum experience across two buildings connected by a public art garden in one of the world’s most beautiful cultural precincts. The Art Gallery’s new building, designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architects, SANAA, brings together art, architecture and landscape in spectacular new ways with dynamic galleries and seamless connections between indoor and outdoor spaces. It will be a new prominent destination for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art and culture. The expansion is scheduled for completion in 2022.