Building 18, part of the Newington Armament Depot, is sometimes used for art exhibitions, especially for high schools. When I visited this building it was closed as it's only used occasionally. What I find interesting is the building and you enter through a tunnel as part of blast-proof walls. There's a wheelchair ramp as well. I can't tell what's inside the building but the whole premise is just eerily stunning. As a bonus, I suggest spending time at the Murama Dance Ground as it's right at the entrance.
A nice area for a walk. It’s good for adults and children alike - no adrenaline rides but certainly historic and lots to learn. Bbq and playground facilities but they get very busy (so does parking) do best get there early on weekends.
What a lovely display of schoolkids artwork from all over the state! Great use of the gallery and the park just a stones throw from the gallery is amazing!
This is not an armory. There are no weapons present. My disappointment is immeasurable. No dignity. Sincerely, a disappointed customer.
Beautiful and informstive displays. The voulontiers are really great and filled with lots of i formation. Thanks
Delightful exhibition space. Apart from a few outstanding works this year's ArtXpress was disappointing.
I remember going there when I was raining that day. I enjoyed the experience of going there again
It was a nice place to go to, I enjoyed looking at the water view
Interesting. Would have been good to see working exhibit.
Great collection of student works in a stunning location.
Annual Art Express exhibition is always TOP CLASS !
Nice exhibition space but could do with aircon.
Art express such an amazing art gallery
Great exhibition and interesting venue.
Awesome place to take the kids
Very good. Amazing art work
Beautiful and informstive.
The art works are amazing