This page displays a list of the most important art museums in Australia and Oceania. Use the brief list on the right to go directly to the museums of a certain country. Links to museums open in a new tab

National Gallery of AustraliaNational Gallery of Australia, Canberra - The most important Art Museum in Australia, exhibiting a large and good group of European paintings, including Pollock's masterpiece "Blue Poles"

Museum of contemporary Art, Sydney - This Museum, opened in 1991, is one of the most important contemporary art collections in Australia

Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane - Exhibits a very good collection of Aboriginal Art, as well as Asian Art and contemporary Australian Art

Queensland Gallery of contemporary Art, Brisbane - Part of the Queensland Art Gallery, it houses one of the best collections of contemporary Art in Australia

National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne - Opened in 2006, holds one of the best collections of contemporary Art in the Southern Hemisphere

Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney - Exhibits an interesting collection of Art, the Gallery is specially strong in Asian Art

Fiji Museum, Suva - Fiji's National Museum exhibits a large collection of Oceanic artifacts, from the prehistory to the contemporary artists

Auckland Art Gallery, Auckland - Houses a large Art collection, from Maori artifacts to an interesting selection of European paintings and drawings

Museum of New Zealand, Wellington - This large Museum exhibits a good selection of New Zealand paintings, as well as Aboriginal and Native Art

Adam Art Gallery - Te Pataka Toi, Wellington - An interesting collection of modern and contemporary New Zealand art

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