Ben and Hazel Broadhurst secured the land that became Hazelhurst in 1945. Situated in Gymea the land was a natural bushland setting with Dent’s Creek running through it. The Broadhursts were generous, community-minded people. In keeping with their values, they bequeathed their estate to the Sutherland Shire. Hazelhurst opened as a regional gallery in 2000 and has since become a popular meeting place in southern Sydney.
Enjoy a tour of this year’s Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award. Held every two years, with prize money totalling $26,000, this exhibition showcases outstanding art created with, on, or about paper.
Bus departs from Mosman Art Gallery at 10.00am returning at 3.30pm.
$55 members only
Light lunch and coffee or tea included.
Please advise of any special dietary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org. This venue is accessible.