Mt Larcom Art Gallery and Memorabilia is located in Bismark Street, Mt. Larcom in Central Queensland.  It is a dynamic and unique addition to the diverse community of Mt Larcom and the region. Its collection is growing steadily providing a fantastic catalogue for cultural awareness and preserving the rich history of the area. The facility provides a new and exciting opportunity for the extracurricular activities of the youth of the area and provides a fantastic space to compliment the schools of the regions Art programs.

The three sections of MLAGAM make for a worthy visit craft, history are connected by a central meeting area that plays host to workshops, afternoon teas and a place to relax and chat.

Its large gallery space is an asset to the artists of the area providing a space that facilitates the diverse talents of both painters, sculptors, and performance artists providing a place to display and exhibit.

The galleries superb views and sweeping veranda provides ceiling to a unique space that houses sculptors workshops and experimental art pieces .

MLAGAM works alongside the Gladstone Regional Council holistic plans for regional growth and is fast becoming a must see pit stop for tourists and the community alike.

MLAGAM is a community initiative that encourages the use of its facilities for:-

The Public – as a place to sell wares, assemble and display photographs, gather local history and memorabilia.

Schools – to hold end of year exhibitions and view other exhibitions

Artists – as a gallery space a place to hold and participate in workshops

Tourists – as a great pit stop for tourists and bus tours, a place to relax have a cup of tea/coffee and relax, browse local wares and souvenirs and learn some local history.


You will find us at 8 Bismark Street Mt Larcom

Turn off the Bruce Highway continue past the Royal Hotel and take the second turn to the right.  Be aware that this is quite a steep little hill. Alternatively park in the main street outside the Rural Transaction Centre and walk up the rise behind the RTC.

The Art Gallery and Museum opens from Friday to Monday from 10:00am to 4:00pm.


The monthly meeting is held at the gallery the 3rd saturday of the month at 10:00 am All welcome

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