Nestled besides the Hatea River, a short stroll from the cafes and restaurants, you will find this hidden gem. Reyburn House is Whangarei’s oldest home, lovingly restored by volunteers into an art gallery, with both emerging and established Northland artists displaying in this category II heritage building.
After your visit to the gallery, have a walk through our heritage rose gardens and watch some Northland artists in the art studio next door. Alongside the various classes and workshops, the Northland potters group have a permanent space here and are always busy sculpting new works to delight visitors.
Come relax and be inspired by the monthly exhibitions, or just stop in for a unique gift from the gallery shop.