VISIT THE ADELAIDE BIENNIAL
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OPENING HOURS & LOCATION
Art Gallery of South Australia
T 08 8207 7000
Admission to the Adelaide Biennial is free.
Open daily (except 25 Dec.)
10am – 5pm
The Art Gallery is located on North Terrace, Adelaide’s
cultural boulevard, between the South Australian
Museum and the University of Adelaide.
PUBLIC TRANSPORT North Terrace runs east–west, along the northern edge of the CBD, and is well serviced by public transport, including buses and trams. PARKING Parking is available opposite the Art Gallery in the Wilson car park on North Terrace.
Adelaide railway station is located on North Terrace, approximately five minutes walk from the Art Gallery.
Catch the Adelaide FREE Bus, which travels on a loop around the City, taking in key sites, including the Art Gallery, Adelaide Botanic Garden and Rundle Street (East End).
Cyclists and walkers can take the River Torrens Linear Park trail, which runs from the beachside suburb of Henley Beach to Paradise in the city’s north-east and passes behind the Art Gallery.
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North Terrace runs east–west, along the northern edge of the CBD, and is well serviced by public transport, including buses and trams.
Parking is available opposite the Art Gallery in the Wilson car park on North Terrace.
Enjoy the ultimate Dark Heart experience with the InterContinental’s Insider Culture Package. Includes overnight accommodation for two with full buffet breakfast in the Riverside restaurant, copy of the Dark Heart publication and a late check out of 2pm. Terms and conditions apply. Visit InterContinental to book and for information.
VIRGIN AUSTRALIA HOLIDAYS
Start planning your Adelaide Biennial visit with Virgin Australia Holiday’s exclusive Event Package. Includes return economy airfares, two nights accommodation, an exhibition publication and a voucher to dine at Art Gallery Food + Wine. Terms and conditions apply. Visit Virgin Australia Holidays for booking information.
ACCESS & FACILITIES
Wheelchair and pram access is available to all areas of the Art Gallery. Please ask our friendly staff at the Information Desks if you need any assistance.
Wheelchairs can be borrowed while you visit the Art Gallery and are available from the North Terrace main entrance. Please telephone 08 8207 7000 before your visit for more information or to reserve a wheelchair.
Information Desks are located on the Upper Ground and Lower Ground Floors of the Art Gallery. Our friendly staff are happy to assist you with any queries.
Male and female amenities are available on the Upper Ground and Lower Ground Floors of the Art Gallery. Please look for signs or ask one of the Art Gallery’s staff members. Baby change facilities are located in both female toilets.
Visitors are asked to leave their umbrellas, large bags and packages in one of the cloakrooms located next to the Art Gallery’s Information Desks.
SHOP & DINE
THE GALLERY SHOP
The Gallery Shop is the place to buy the Adelaide Biennial publication and cards and gifts inspired by the exhibition.
The 2014 Adelaide Biennial publication features images of works of art in the exhibition along with insightful essays. RRP $49.95.
Available from 1 March 2014.
Open daily 10am – 4.45pm
ART GALLERY FOOD + WINE
Offering an inspired menu for breakfast and lunch, plus coffee, cold drinks and sweet treats all day, Art Gallery Food + Wine is the ideal place to relax as part of a visit to the Adelaide Biennial.
Sample our Dark Heart mini menu inspired by the world of superstitions & Julia Robinson’s transformation of The Studio. See Dark Heart Menu here.
Open daily 8am – 4.30pm
Reservations: 08 8232 4366
The Adelaide Biennial is featured as part of the 2014 Adelaide Festival, which runs 28 February – 16 March.
For more than fifty years the festival’s audiences have delighted in an outstanding mix of internationally acclaimed theatre productions, an eclectic array of world-class musicians, breathtaking dance pieces, renowned writers and striking visual arts displays.
Enjoyed amid warm March days and starry nights, Adelaide Festival’s celebration of creative excellence makes for an event of truly epic proportions.
SANTOS MUSEUM OF ECONOMIC BOTANY
See the installation work of Biennial artist Caroline Rothwell at the Santos Museum of Economic Botany, the last purpose-built colonial museum in the world.
The Museum celebrates the value that the botanical world brings to our society and the importance of plants in our lives, past, present and future.
Caroline Rothwell’s work will be on display from Friday 11 April.
The Museum is open daily from 10am until 4pm during this exhibition. Admission is free.
For more information about the venue please visit the
Adelaide Botanic Garden website.
GUIDED GROUP TOURS
Enhance your experience of the Adelaide Biennial with a private guided tour with one of our expert Gallery Guides on a day and time of your choice.
Tours last for approximately 45–60 mins.
Cost: $20 per group, payable at time of booking.
Bookings: Call 08 8207 7005 or email email@example.com