Gosford Regional Gallery and The Edogawa Commemorative Garden
The Gallery is at East Gosford on the shores of Caroline Bay. It is part of a complex that includes the stunning Gosford/ Edogawa Commemorative Garden (the Japanese Gardens), the Arts Centre, and the Point Café.
The gallery has a diverse range exhibitions consisting of a range of local, national and international exhibitions of various media including painting, photography, sculptures, textiles and ceramics.
The Point Cafe is located inside the gallery and is fully licensed. They are open for breakfast and lunch every day.
The Japanese Gardens are named because of a Sister City Agreement that Gosford made with Edogawa Japan in 1988. The gardens are a gift from Edogawa and officially opened in September 1994.
They were designed in accordance with the Japanese Heian period (700AD) principles.
The garden surrounds a stunning Koi pond with beautiful pathways, a roofed Japanese pavilion, overlooking the pond and a traditional Japanese teahouse.
You can buy bags of fish food to feed the Koi Carp which is a favourite with the kids.
You will be impressed with your visit to the Galleries and garden.
Visit the Japanese Gardens, East Gosford.