White Rabbit Gallery -

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Opening Hours

Currently closed.

Admission is free.
Teahouse Hours: Dumplings 11am-3.30pm, Tea 10am-5pm

Location

30 Balfour Street
Chippendale NSW, 2008, Australia

The White Rabbit Gallery is conveniently located a short 10 minute walk from Central and Redfern train stations and the Railway Square bus terminal. We don’t have parking spaces available, but there is limited on-street 2 hour metered parking in the area. Alternatively, Broadway Shopping Centre has a car park offering the first 2 hours free of charge, it is also a short 10 minute walk from the gallery.

The closest disabled parking spots are at 71 Regent Street Chippendale and Myrtle Street Chippendale (between City Road and Paints Lane)

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Current Exhibition

A Blueprint for Ruins 20.12.23–12.05.2024

The White Rabbit Gallery, A Blueprint for Ruins.

A Blueprint for Ruins

Beneath the glossy surface of progress lurks a simmering undercurrent of violence. Cities tear themselves apart to make way for towering skyscrapers and gleaming high-rises. However, in this bright new world, one question arises: where have all the people gone? Streets devoid of life and vacant apartment blocks stand as haunting reminders of an abandoned dream. Like solemn tombs from a long-lost civilisation, these forgotten monuments silently bear witness to the cost of rapid urbanisation, where each new creation necessitates the destruction of another.

View A Blueprint for Ruins

Exhibitions

Virtual Tours

Lights out on Lumen

Can’t make it to the gallery? Why not explore past exhibitions through our catalogue of Virtual Tours. Be sure to listen to the audio tours, notes and video clips along the way!

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Tours

Guided Tours

WRG Guided tours

Guided Tours:
Wednesday – Sunday
11AM, 3PM
No bookings required, small groups appreciated.
If you have any questions, please contact the gallery through the link below.

Contact the Gallery

Groups

Group Visits

WRG Group visit

Unfortunately, the age, size, and limited facilities of our building mean that White Rabbit cannot accommodate group visits or booked tours. Please see a letter from our Founder and Director, Judith Neilson, regarding group visits

here

About

White Rabbit Gallery

The White Rabbit Gallery was opened in 2009 to showcase what has become one of the world’s most significant collections of Chinese contemporary art.

Dedicated to works made in the 21st century, the White Rabbit Collection is owned by Judith Neilson, who was inspired to establish it after her first trips to Beijing in the late 1990s. She was thrilled by the creative energy and technical quality of the works she saw and wanted to share them with people outside China.

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Tea House

Visit the Tea House

Whether you’re visiting White Rabbit’s collection, meeting a friend or just in need of a break, the gallery’s tranquil street-level Tea House is a delightful place to relax, chat, or simply read the paper as you sip.

As well as snacks, we serve a wide range of the finest Chinese and Taiwanese teas. Take your pick from oolong, partly oxidised leaves that are twisted or rolled into tiny balls;

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