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Wanneroo Gallery

Current Exhibitions

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Even Keel Exhibition

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From Thursday 18 June until Saturday 4 July the Wanneroo Gallery will be open on Thursdays and Fridays from 10am - 4pm and Saturdays from 10am - 1pm.

From Monday 6 July extended opening hours will be put in place for the July school holidays:

  • Monday - Friday // 10am - 4pm
  • Saturday // 10am - 1pm

From the week commencing 20 July, the Wanneroo Gallery will be closed until new exhibition is available.

Wanneroo Gallery, Wanneroo Library & Cultural Centre, 3 Rocca Way, Wanneroo


Wanneroo Gallery’s latest offering Even Keel explores the region’s nautical and maritime heritage paying homage to the constellation of shipwrecks that lie off the Wanneroo coastline. Even Keel navigates 1980’s yachting glories, maritime discoveries and the history of Marmion’s whaling station through large scale, awe-inspiring installations, colourful memorabilia and artefacts steeped in local history and mystery.

Featuring artists Erin Coates, Penny Coss, Michael Doherty, Carly Lynch, Laurel Nannup, Anna Nazzari and Ross Potter, Even Keel showcases new artwork by Tony Jones and Matt Dickmann, A Dragon reimagined/Thinking about a Dragon, the reconstructed 30 foot yacht, Gustel X1.

Even Keel draws from the City of Wanneroo’s cultural collections, including work by Kyle Hughes-Odgers and the original log books from the ghost ship, S.S. Alkimos.

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