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CDU Art Collection and Art Gallery

Plan your visit

Free admission, all welcome
CDU Art Gallery, the Chancellery (Orange Building 12), Casuarina campus, Darwin

CDU Art Gallery opening hours*:
Wednesday - Friday:
10 am – 4 pm
Saturday:  10 am – 2 pm

CDU Art Collection viewing is by appointment

* Temporary closures occur during exhibition change-over periods and the annual December / January University closure.

CDU Art Gallery entrance

Location:
Ground floor 
Chancellery 
Orange Building 12
University Drive South
Casuarina campus, CDU
Brinkin NT 0810

School and community group visits

The CDU Art Gallery welcomes visits by school and community groups. Please book your visit by contacting artgallery@cdu.edu.au or phoning 08 8946 6621.

Art gallery student visit
Essington School students view use a mirror to view an inverted image in Mike Parr’s drawing, “The eye like a strange balloon moves through infinity; self-portrait in the land of wafers, part 2”, 1985), 2021
ANKA Arts workers extension program visits the CDU Art Gallery
ANKA Arts workers extension program visits the CDU Art Gallery, 2021
Eileen Lim discusses an artwork by Peter Booth
Eileen Lim discusses an artwork by Peter Booth (Untitled, 1982) with students from Manunda Terrace School, 2021
Parking

CDU Art Gallery has two dedicated car parks for gallery visitors in parking bay Orange C, opposite the Chancellery building. Please see the CDU Casuarina campus map (PDF, 1.03 MB) for other nearby free or permit parking options.

Public transport

Darwin Bus travels between Darwin and Casuarina and stops at the Casuarina campus interchange in front of Student Central, Orange Building 1. 

View route 4 timetable - Darwin to Casuarina

View route 4 timetable - Casuarina to Darwin
 

Cycling
CDU Casuarina campus map
Accessibility
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The CDU Art Gallery has ramp access at all entrances of the building.

A CDU Art Gallery visitor views the interactive immersive reality video and audio artwork “Daday’yun at The Mulka Project”, 2016 by Bawuli Marika, created under the auspices of Buku Larrngay Mulka Arts Centre, Yirrkala, NT in 2016
A CDU Art Gallery visitor views the interactive immersive reality video and audio artwork “Daday’yun at The Mulka Project”, 2016 by Bawuli Marika, created under the auspices of Buku Larrngay Mulka Arts Centre, Yirrkala, NT in 2016
Gallery visitors view a drawing by Winsome Jobling, A year of natural disasters, 2011
Gallery visitors view a drawing by Winsome Jobling, “A year of natural disasters”, 2011