Australian and international art from the Gallery’s world-class collection is displayed on five levels of the building, from sculpture and paintings to photography and installation. Almost all of it is free to visit, except for a few special ticketed exhibitions.
A gallery dedicated to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art is on lower level 3.
On ground level are some of Australia’s most important artworks, from the 18th century to today, as well as magnificent galleries of 15th–20th century European art where you'll find famous names from art history.
Lower level 2 is home to a changing display of Australian and international contemporary art and a study room for works on paper.
The Asian galleries, ground level and lower level 1, are devoted to the arts of Asia, with changing displays of works from China, Korea, Japan, India and Southeast Asia.