Incinerator Gallery

The Moonee Ponds centre for arts, the Incinerator Gallery offers exhibitions and a permanent collection. In the building that used to be the Essendon incinerator, it shut down in 1942 and was subsequently turned into a gallery. Showcasing everything from arts and crafts to the dynamic Art Deco period, the Incinerator Gallery is definitely worth a visit.

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Incinerator Gallery details

180 Holmes Rd

Moonee Ponds 3039

Nearby Stations: Showgrounds

Telephone 03 8325 1750

Price FREE

Open Tue- Sun 10am-4pm

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