Aboriginal Dreamings Gallery

Aboriginal Dreamings Gallery

Please note, while restrictions put in place to respond to COVID-19 are easing, there may be some changes to business-as-usual to keep workers and visitors safe. Please contact the business for the most up to date information, including opening times and social distancing measures.

During COVID-19 the safety of clients and staff remain important. The Galleries are open by appointment, please phone the Gallery before your visit to discuss current safety measures.

Aboriginal Dreamings Gallery is a must-see destination for Aboriginal art collectors. Aboriginal Dreamings Gallery has been bringing Aboriginal art to Canberra since 1989.

Aboriginal Dreamings Gallery is also pleased to offer clients personal shopping services to suit all budgets, tailoring a range of items to view and select.

Aboriginal Dreamings Gallery has an extensive collection of ethically sourced, original Aboriginal art from most Aboriginal art regions. A feature of the Gallery's collection is the paintings by famous Old Masters comprising important artworks by Rover Thomas, Emily Kame Kngwarreye, Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri, Turkey Tolson Tjupurrula, Ronnie Tjampitjinpa, Ada Bird Petyarre and Eunice Napangardi.

Aboriginal Dreamings Gallery’s sister gallery- Artworld ADG is located on the corner of London Circuit and Gordon Street, Canberra City. The Galleries specialise in ethically sourced, quality, authentic Aboriginal art, corporate gifts, jewellery and Australian made gifts. There is a large inventory and collectors are advised to make an appointment in advance to view specific artworks from the collection.

Aboriginal Dreamings Gallery is a member of the Aboriginal Art Association of Australia and the Indigenous Art Code.

The Gallery is open Monday to Friday by appointment, and Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 4pm.
  • Large, colourful paintings by Kubbitji Kngwarreye on exhibition at Aboriginal Dreamings Gallery
    Kubbitji Kngwarreye exhibition
  • Colourful paintings, sculptures and art glass.
    Kubbitji Kngwarreye exhibition
  • Large carved birds and ceremonial figures by Utopia artists, Aboriginal art paintings.
    Carvings by Utopia artists at Aboriginal Dreamings Gallery
  • Large, contemporary Aboriginal art paintings. Carved coolamons, carved birds, handcrafted glass.
    Authentic Aboriginal art at Aboriginal Dreamings Gallery
  • Aboriginal art paintings and art glass bowls
    Aboriginal art and art glass
  • Quality Aboriginal art paintings and carved artefacts.
    Extensive range of quality Aboriginal art and artefacts.
  • Handcrafted carvings and original paintings by Papunya and Utopia artists.
    Changing exhibitions at Aboriginal Dreamings Gallery
  • Streetview of the Aboriginal Dreamings Gallery buildings
    Aboriginal Dreamings Gallery at Artworld ADG
  • Art, Design, Craft and Glass banners at the entrance to Aboriginal Dreamings Gallery
    Aboriginal Dreamings Gallery entrance



By Appointment Only


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Disabled access available, contact operator for details


Aboriginal Dreamings Gallery

19 O'Hanlon Place, Gold Creek Village, Nicholls, Australian Capital Territory, Australia



Non Smoking Establishment

Pet Friendly - Enquire


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Ranked #119 of 224 things to do in Canberra on TripAdvisor

“Beautiful gallery”

Reviewed on 02/01/2019

Was hoping to find a nice, small aboriginal souvenir for our trip to Canberra and I managed to find exactly what I am looking for in this beautiful gallery. The owner was very welcoming and gave us a...

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“great supporters”

Reviewed on 21/12/2017

for nearly 30 years this gallery has been a great supporter of Indigenous artists. if you want a great souvenir or gift to remember your time in the nations capital than visit here

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“Great inventory of art”

Reviewed on 12/12/2017

It will take two buses to get here if you don't have a car. But it's not difficult and takes about an hour. Take any bus from City Center to Belconnen Community Bus Station. From there, go to...

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