Norman Lindsay Gallery
Home of The Magic Pudding
Celebrate Australian Art and Literature with a visit to the Norman Lindsay Gallery
Once the home of artist and writer Norman Lindsay (1879-1969) this sandstone cottage and extensive grounds is now a gallery run by the National Trust, displaying the artist’s watercolours, oils, etchings, ship models, and Magic Pudding characters.
The gallery, painting and etching studios are all open with special guided tours operating each hour and changing exhibitions ensure that no two visits are the same.
The Norman Lindsay Gallery is a venue for many special events during the year such as Life Drawing summer schools, a Festival of Children’s Literature and Jazz in the Garden
Landscaped grounds are dotted with Lindsay’s sculptures and a Café provides an idyllic bushland setting.
The property was the setting for the film Sirens, based on the life of Norman Lindsay during the 1920s and starring Hugh Grant, Sam Neil and Elle MacPherson.
For further information about the gallery or coming events please phone 4751 1067 or visit our website