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Explore some of our major festival venues part of Head On Photo Festival 2023.


  1. Bondi Beach
  2. Bondi Pavilion
  3. Paddington Reservoir Gardens
  4. The Muse, TAFE Ultimo
  5. Delmar Gallery


Lining the entire length of Sydney’s iconic Bondi Beach, stunning photography exhibitions showcase work that explores the natural and built environment and topical social and political issues.

30 Exhibitions


Located in the iconic newly-renovated heritage-listed Bondi Pavilion Building, Bondi Pavilion Gallery is a creative hub placed on the foreshore of contemporary Australian Culture.

3 Exhibitions



Head On Photo Festival returns to Paddington Reservoir Gardens, transforming it into a photographic hub in tranquil surrounds.

7 Exhibitions


Also known less poetically as “Building C”, this Romanesque Revival styled exhibition building was opened in 1893 as a museum. It housed the surviving collection from a fire that destroyed a science museum, so becoming the official Technological Museum prior to Powerhouse Museum opening. The detailed, three-storey facade features arched windows, coloured bricks, reliefs, and intricate carvings depicting Australian fauna and flora.

11 Exhibitions


Established in 1969 as part of Trinity Grammar School’s Society of the Arts, Delmar Gallery presents an annual program of curated exhibitions featuring local and international artists. The gallery is open to the public with free admission to all exhibitions.

3 Exhibitions


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Image detail: Gary Ramage