ArtGeo Cultural Complex

Queen Street Cultural Precinct, Busselton
(08) 9751 4651

ArtGeo Cultural Complex is a creative hub for the visual and performing arts housed in State heritage-listed buildings close to Busselton foreshore.

Owned and managed by the City of Busselton, the complex includes ArtGeo Gallery – a former bank refurbished into a stylish contemporary venue for exhibitions sourced regionally, nationally and internationally. The precinct also features studios and workshops, a theatre, café, gardens, life-size bronze sculptures, and an historic Courthouse containing a retail outlet for products designed and made in the South West and Great Southern regions.

Since 2008, the City of Busselton has been building a collection of contemporary Western Australian art through its annual art award. The collection is managed by ArtGeo. First prize (acquisitive) is $10,000, plus a solo exhibition in ArtGeo Gallery.


Queen Street Cultural Precinct

Busselton, Western Australia



Postal address:

ArtGeo Cultural Complex

City of Busselton

Locked Bag 1

Busselton WA 6280