Open Tuesday to Sunday, 11am to 5pm.
Open all public holidays.
Closed Christmas Day
313 Healesville-Yarra Glen Road
Healesville VIC 3777 Australia
PO Box 310
Healesville VIC 3777 Australia
Children under 12FREE
Aboriginal and Torres Strait IslanderFREE
Welcome Wednesdays*Free for local residents of postcode 3777*FREE
Volunteer Guide Tours
Due to social distancing restrictions, we are not offering Volunteer Guide Tours at this time.
Book a private guided tour for your social, community or corporate group, led by our qualified Museum guides.
Explore the Museum and its exhibitions with a guided tour for your primary, secondary or tertiary education group, tailored to your year level and interests and facilitated by our Education team.
TarraWarra Museum of Art welcomes guests of all abilities and is committed to providing a welcoming and inclusive environment for visitors with specific access requirements.
The Museum and gallery spaces are fully accessible, and wheelchair-accessible car parks and toilet facilities are available on site.
Self-propelled wheelchairs are available for complimentary hire by contacting the Museum on 03 5957 3100 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Wheelchairs are sanitised after each use. Benches and seating are also provided throughout the galleries.
Companion Card holders receive free admission upon presentation of a valid card. The visitor being assisted is entitled to concession ticket pricing. Please contact us to discuss your specific access needs or for further assistance prior to your visit.
TarraWarra Museum of Art has implemented a COVID-Safe Plan in response to the coronavirus pandemic, including a broad range of measures:
– vaccination requirements
– the introduction of timed entry ticketing to comply with venue capacity limits;
– limits upon the number of visitors allowed inside our venue;
– hand sanitiser stations at multiple points within the Museum;
– increased cleaning regimes across the Museum and its amenities, especially for high touch surfaces;
– acrylic screens at the reception desk;
– social distancing signage throughout the venue.
Visitors to the Museum must abide by the following conditions of entry:
– all visitors must provide their contact details in accordance with Government regulations relating to coronavirus contact tracing. All information will be stored securely and destroyed after 28 days;
– visitors should not enter the Museum if they are feeling unwell or have been overseas in the last 14 days;
– visitors are asked to use hand sanitiser upon arrival and exit;
– visitors must wear a face mask, unless an exemption applies;
– visitors must abide by social distancing guidelines at all times and remain 1.5m from other groups;
– visitors must comply with staff directions relating to overall venue capacity and individual gallery space capacities.
Visitors who do not comply with these conditions will not be admitted to the Museum.
Please note that cloaking is currently unavailable, and all large items should be left securely inside your vehicle. Visitors who arrive by public transport can make special requests for cloaking at the front desk. Food and drinks are not permitted inside the Museum.
Facilities include wheelchair-accessible toilets and a baby change table. Free car parking is available on site.
TarraWarra Estate offers a fine-dining Restaurant and Cellar Door. For further information and reservations visit tarrawarra.com.au or call 03 5957 3510.
A range of cafes, restaurants, wineries, breweries and distilleries can be found throughout the Yarra Valley region. Learn more at visityarravalley.com.au.
TarraWarra Museum of Art is located within the Central Fire District.
If travelling to the Museum on days rated as high fire risk, please check all current advice on VicEmergency before making your trip.
On days listed as Code Red or Extreme, the Museum will be closed for the safety of all staff and visitors.
On days listed as Severe, please call 03 5957 3100 to check if the Museum is open before making your trip.
Visitors may use handheld cameras and mobile phone cameras to take photos for their personal use, unless otherwise signposted. For the protection of artworks and consideration of other visitors, the use of flash and equipment such as tripods, monopoles and selfie sticks is not permitted.
Commercial Photography and Filming
TarraWarra Museum of Art welcomes proposals for commercial photography and filming activity. All commercial shoots must be pre-arranged and require a permit which can be applied for through our Permit Application Form. Please see our current Fee Schedule and Permit Application Form for further information.
TarraWarra Museum of Art acknowledges the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation as the original custodians of the lands and waters on which the Museum stands.
‘Tarrawarra’ is a Woiwurrung word that translates approximately as ‘slow moving water’ and is the name given to the area in which the Museum is located within the Yarra Valley. Legend has it that the term ‘Tarrawarra’ refers to a bend in the nearby Birrarung (Yarra River), which courses from the Yarra Ranges through to Melbourne, flowing south of the Museum’s expansive grounds.
TarraWarra Museum of Art is located in the picturesque Yarra Valley in Victoria, Australia.
The Yarra Valley is regarded as one of the world’s premier wine-growing regions, with breathtaking scenery, award-winning wineries, breweries, distilleries and restaurants, luxury accommodation and a myriad of galleries and cultural venues. Plan the rest of your Yarra Valley adventure at visityarravalley.com.au.
Designed by acclaimed Australian architect Allan Powell and built by Probuild Constructions, TarraWarra Museum of Art sits at the apex of a hill, arcing gently from the earth in concert with the contours and hues of the surrounding landscape.
In 2004, Allan Powell was awarded the 2004 Victorian Premier’s Design Award for his design, with its sweeping, rammed-earth façade and voluminous spaces. The floor-to-ceiling picture windows in the northern galleries elegantly frame the Yarra Valley landscape beyond, inviting visitors to ‘see’ the landscape in a different way.