Watson Road, Observatory Hill, The Rocks
61 2 9258 0173
61 2 9251 1110
S.H. Ervin Gallery
The S.H. Ervin Gallery was established by a bequest from its eponymous benefactor Harry Ervin, collector and patron, and opened in May 1978.
Program of chainging exhibiitons which focus on Australian visual arts.
From here to Eternity
Rex Dupain: The colour of Bondi
Portia Geach Award
2007 The Yesr in Art
$4 National trust members & concessions
From Circular Quay - walk to George Street, The Rocks. Turn left into Argyle Street and walk under the famous Argyle Cut to climb the stairs opposite the Garrison Church. Turn left at the top of the stairs and follow Watson Road past the Sydney Observatory to the National Trust Centre.
From Kent Street - follow the historic Agar Steps next to the tennis court (opposite the Observatory Hotel) up to the National Trust Centre.
From Wynyard and the city - from No 1 York Street walk through the expressway underpass. Follow the tunnel, keeping to the right, until you come up on Kent Street.
Either walk along Kent Street to the Agar Steps (as above), or follow the approach to the Bridge, which will take you to the National Trust Centre on the left.
BY CAR (from the City)
Drive down Kent Street, turn right into Argyle Street and right again into Watson
Road and follow it around past the Sydney Observatory to the National Trust Centre.
Parking at door.
BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT
Bus routes : 308, 339, 343, X43 & X39, 431, 432, 433, 434 all terminate at Argyle Street.
Walk up Watson Road to Observatory Hill and follow the signs.
Train: to Wynyard or Circular Quay and proceed as above
Ferry: to Circular Quay and proceed as above
Disabled ramp and toilet
Specialist art bookshop
On site parking for visitors
Museum internal and external photos (3)
Click on the images to enlarge
Education kits available for secondary students
Groups tours available
School tours available, bookings required
Art Detective discovery sheet for younger visitors available.
Free entry for children under 12
School placements and internships are available.
Exhibition floor talk each Tuesday @ 12noon.
Public Programs each Sunday @ 3pm.
National Trust membership available
Galery available for events.