The National Cartoon Gallery is very excited to be reopening on Saturday 11 September at 10am. Our Manga Mania exhibition has been extended until 3 October so if you haven't seen it there's still time.
The National Cartoon Gallery
The National Cartoon Gallery in Coffs Harbour is the only gallery of its kind in Australia and one of only a handful of Cartoon galleries around the world.
It is known as the spiritual home of cartooning in Australia and home of the annual Rotary Cartoon Awards. Our entertaining and thought provoking exhibitions change regularly, as well as workshops, movie nights, performances and other special events for children and adults. You're bound to find something to make you smile at the bunker!
Open Tuesday to Sunday 10 am-3 pm
(Except for Christmas Day & Good Friday)
General Admission Adults $10, Pensioners $8, Children Under 16 $6, Under 5 Free
Visit us today for one of the best experiences on the Coffs Coast!
Current Exhibitions & Events
To open our new exhibition space, the National Cartoon Gallery is excited to welcome the wittiest set of cartoons you’ll ever see from the late Bill Leak, master of non-politically correct satire and his son Johannes Leak. These cartoons and caricatures cover the political and social life of Australia over the past 30 years. His…
Attention Kids… grab your parents and bring them on a Japanese comic adventure. Show them why Manga is growing in popularity world wide. The National Cartoon Gallery is excited to have been invited to partner with the Embassy of Japan in Australia to bring you this exhibition, including Manga Awards recipients from the 14th International Manga Awards. …
Always wanted to build your own treehouse? Come into the gallery and be inspired by our Japanese themed Manga and create your own miniature version. Suitable for 8 to 15yrs+. Book Here
Get creative with paper, cardboard and colour to create your own 3D beautiful Japanese Koi (fish) or koinobori kite. Suitable for 6 to 13 yrs+. Book Here
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