LAURENT RIVORY Terrae Omnium (detail) 2022, painted recycled steel, approximately 3.2m x 2.8m x 1.5m and 3.1m x 2m x 1.5m. Photo by silversalt photography.

Braemar House and Braemar Gallery is closed for heritage restoration building works. The works are anticipated to be completed in May 2024.

Braemar House is both a vibrant part of the Blue Mountains creative and cultural community, and a significant heritage building that forms part of the rich tapestry of Springwood’s history. Built in the late 1880s as a Sydney businessman’s country retreat, Braemar House has served a variety of purposes throughout the years – from guesthouse to doctor’s surgery, to library – before arriving at its current incarnation in 1988 with the opening of Braemar Gallery.

The heritage restoration works Council is undertaking are helping to preserve this history and ensure Braemar can continue to serve the community for years to come.

Council’s heritage restoration works include restoration of the interior cornicework, repair of cracks and minor structural consolidation work. Council is also taking this time to improve security and connectivity.

Braemar Gallery is proud to support Hub Upstairs Gallery located next door on level 1 of the Blue Mountains Theatre and Community Hub.

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Address: 104 Macquarie Road, Springwood, NSW 2777


Admission: Free

Contact: Email or phone the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre on 02 4780 5410.

Applications to Exhibit: Information on exhibiting at Braemar Gallery and The Hub Upstairs Gallery is detailed under the Opportunities page.

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