The Gawler Gallery

This award winning gallery is the home of Leven Regional Arts, a group of talented artists and artisans from the Central Coast Region.
The gallery displays an excellent collection of fine art, textiles, woodwork, glass, mosaics, pottery and jewellery by local artists.
Gawler gallery is a working art space which also hosts formal classes, regular art groups, feature artist exhibitions and special events.
Stop by and enjoy the work of our local talent. Perhaps join a class or purchase a hand made piece of Tasmanian art.

Regular Groups at the Gawler Gallery


  • Working Artists - Botanical and Naturalist Art
  • Men At Work Team
  • Mosaics


  • Working Artists - Botanical and Acrylics
  • Felting and Watercolours
  • Men At Work Team


  • Friday Felters. $10 for initial instruction, thereafter attendance is free with LRA membership.
  • Men At Work Team

Earthrowl Exhibit

The Gawler Gallery is currently exhibiting a collection of etchings on loan from the Earthrowl Family. The etchings are by artist Eliab George Earthrowl (1878-1967) and chronicle his journeys through Europe.

Permanent examples of the artist's work are held in the Tate Gallery in London and in galleries in Los Angeles and Toronto. Eliab was commissioned by the British Teachers Union to create a bust to commemorate the passing of UK legislation limiting childhood labour in factories - circa 1903.

A miniaturised copy of the original bust titled "The Half Timer" is on display in the gallery along with the etchings and other artefacts created by the artist. The painting below depicts John Earthrowl as an infant, grandson of the artist and current guardian of the collection.

Artwork by Eliab George Earthrowl Artwork by Eliab George Earthrowl

Leven Valley Vineyard

Leven Regional Arts are expanding their Gallery space to include the Leven Valley Vineyard and Gallery.
The vineyard exhibit includes fine arts, pottery and sculpture within the cellar door.
It is a beautiful location for a self-catering picnic within the grounds of the vineyard offering spectacular views over Gunns Plains.
Enjoy cool-climate Chardonnay and Pinot Noir hand-made from grapes grown on the estate.
Do a cellar door tasting and enjoy a local picnic platter of Tassie's finest produce.


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ASEMIC presents the mark making from materials collected from the forests and foreshores in & surrounding Ulverstone, St Helens & Gordon, Tasmania.
An exhibition and sale of dye and stitch works created over 3 years by Aukje Boonstra, Mahdi Chandler, and Beth Verschoyle.
Official Opening – 6pm, Friday, 24 Nov 2017
Speaker, Lee Cole
When: November 24, 2017 – January 26, 2018
Opening hours 10 – 4 Wednesday to Friday
Where: Gawler Gallery, Civic Centre, Patrick St, Ulverstone

Creative Womens Circle

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Coming together in the exploration and celebration of being a woman

Sacred feminine practice, circle sharing, expressive art,meditation, gentle movement and self nourishment.

An opportunity to fill up and dive into your own creative depths before meeting the demands of the festive season.
Bringing women together to experience the beauty, magic and healing that happens when women gather with intent.

No art experience necessary, creative focus is on process, flow and sharing rather than outcome.
Everyone is creative, all women are welcome
Each time women gather in circle with one another, the world heals a little more.
Coming together in the exploration and celebration of being a woman.
All materials supplied for exploration with drawing, painting and collage
10am - 4pm Saturday December 2nd 2017 Gawler Gallery

Arts On Fire

Arts On Fire events have been held by LRA over recent years. You can learn more about the events and view photos on the Arts On Fire website.


Where to find the Gawler Gallery

The Gawler Gallery is part of the Leven Theatre complex, Patrick Street, Ulverstone