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Hubert Gallery of Art

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  1. A gallery with white walls houses Indigenous art. Three dog sculptures sit in the foreground.
    Photograph: Dianna Snape
  2. White walls house three Indigenous art paintings. The one in the distance features a swirling patters of red, yellow and purple hues.
    Photograph: Dianna Snape
  3. A wood-lined corridor ends with a window looking out onto Hubert Estate
    Photograph: Dianna Snape

Time Out says

The gallery, set on Wurundjeri Country, houses a range of colourful and exciting works sourced from over 20 Australian Indigenous Communities

The Hubert Gallery of Art is part of a new era for St Hubert's wine: an architecturally designed (and very Instagrammable) series of buildings that forms the recently opened Hubert Estate.

The gallery, set on Wurundjeri Country, can be found by descending down a dark, aesthetically pleasing staircase inside the swanky cellar door – but that's where the darkness ends. The light and bright space, flanked by an expansive, curved glass wall looking out onto the estate, is the perfect backdrop for a range of colourful and exciting works sourced from over 20 Australian Indigenous Communities.

Adam Knight and Gerry Ryan have overseen the curation of a range of excellent Indigenous art housed in the gallery – a passion of the pair, who also established the Gallery of Aboriginal Art at Mitchelton

The new Hubert Estate complex was designed by notable architectural and interior design studio, Cera Stribley, and also houses a Modern Australian, European-inspired restaurant, function venue, revamped St Hubert’s cellar door, and a boutique wine store. There are also plans for a hotel and wellness centre, set for opening in 2024. 

Written by
Bianca O'Neill


1-3 St Huberts Rd
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