Australia’s first environmental art gallery under construction in Halls Gap

The Wildlife Art Museum of Australia received state government funding for a new precinct.
WAMA. Wildlife Art Museum of Australia. Render of new gallery, shown at the end of a tree lined yellow path. Three females are walking down the path.

The Australian National Centre for Environmental Art in Halls Gap (near the Grampians in Victoria’s north-west) is undergoing construction to build the Where Nature Meets Art precinct at the Wildlife Art Museum of Australia (WAMA). Supported by the Allen Labor Government, this precinct will be Australia’s first environment-focused gallery, focusing on the intersection of art, science and nature.

‘This funding will take WAMA from vision to realisation. The facility will be a welcome addition to tourism in the Grampians, broadening the cultural experience for visitors and locals. And, importantly, building and operating Australia’s National Centre for Environmental Art will bring significant benefits to the local economy,’ says WAMA Foundation Chairman, Greg Lewin.

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