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Home of the Arts (HOTA) Gallery, Surfers Paradise

The HOTA Gallery is located in the HOTA Precinct at Surfers Paradise and is the largest art gallery outside of a capital city in Australia! While the HOTA Gallery may be designed to cater for international art exhibitions, families haven’t been forgotten.

The Children’s Gallery at HOTA Gallery lets little artists get hands on – you won’t find any “do not touch” signs here! The Children’s Gallery will change every few months, each time offering a variety of interactive exhibits that complement the main galleries. After visiting the Children’s Gallery, take a stroll through the other free Galleries where you’ll find a few installations that are interactive and the kids will love.

Be sure to ride the lift to the top floor and take in the Gold Coast skyline view! Fabulous 270 degree views await and there is even a guide you can use to work out what all the buildings are. If you’re looking for a bite to eat, there are a number of restaurants and cafes at the Gallery, or you can head over to the Performing Arts building and visit the Lawn Bar for casual dining.

Why not make a day of your visit and check out the rest of the HOTA Precinct – visit Evandale Lake for a swim, play in the playground, explore the Outdoor Stage and its rooftop gardens and walk over the Blue Bridge to Chevron Island. There is heaps to do on a family day out at HOTA!

Need to know:

  • Websitehttps://hota.com.au/
  • Cost: Children’s Gallery is free, some of the main exhibits may have an entry fee at times depending on what is on
  • Facilities: Exhibition Galleries, Children’s Gallery, Rooftop lookout, restaurants, HOTA precinct
  • Address: 135 Bundall Road, Surfers Paradise

Current Children’s Gallery exhibit: Postcards from the Edge

The paintings of Martin Edge are brought to life in this family-friendly travel adventure in HOTA’s dedicated Children Gallery.  

Sunny and happy holiday dreams come true in Postcards from the Edge. There’s no need to travel any further than HOTA’s Children’s Gallery where artist Martin Edge’s colourful paintings are brought to life in an inclusive space for fun and adventure.  

Holiday vibes abound in Martin’s beach scenes, where you can climb a giant sandcastle, visit his souvenir shop and create your own holiday mementos to take home. HOTA invites the whole family to visit, stay and play while you dream of holiday adventures – past and future. Let’s create some colourful and creative holiday memories together.  

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