Boranup Gallery

Star 4.1 (96 Google reviews)
OPENING HOURS: The Gallery is open 6 days a week from 10am - 3pm Monday to Saturday.

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Boranup Gallery

The Gallery is open Monday to Saturday from 10am - 3pm .
Travelling from Margaret River? - travel south on Caves Road, and the entry is on the left after the karri tree valley car park, 5 minutes south of Lake Cave. Travelling from Augusta or Hamelin Bay? - travel north on Caves Road, and the entry is on your right at the northern end of the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, about 15 minutes north of Hamelin Bay.
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Boranup Gallery is home to Boranup Fine Furniture. They have been designing and producing bespoke, handcrafted furniture, for 30 years, employing traditional methods with modern designs. Boranup Gallery is home to a huge collection of art by local and Australian artists working in a range of mediums – paintings, glass, wood and metal sculpture, jewellery & ceramics. Visit them in the heart of the majestic Boranup Forest, Margaret River, Western Australia.
Boranup Gallery was built by James & Anne Howieson, who opened the doors in 1989 to showcase James’ stunning handcrafted fine timber furniture.  Boranup Gallery continues as a family business,  their furniture is still handcrafted onsite. They specialise in creating bespoke furniture from the beautiful southwest timbers species such as jarrah, karri, marri,and blackbutt.

Featuring artworks from some of Australia’s leading artists, the gallery brings together a diverse range of artwork in one incredible location.  Artists include Chris Spiker, Janey Emery, Adam Stanley, Jos Coufreur, Alan Fox, and many, many more. 
Boranup Gallery are proud to be supporting local and regional West Australian artists. Visitors will be enthralled and inspired by the experience they find within the rammed earth walls of this quintessential Margaret River style gallery, the first of its kind in the region. 



Boranup Gallery

7981 Caves Rd, Forest Grove Caves Rd, Forest Grove WA 6286, Australia


Star 4.1 (96 Google reviews)
Asta Lander 12 August 2023

Heads up. There are no public toilets in the gallery. For some of us that is awkward. (And on the day we went the food place next door was closed and their toilets locked. So no toilets for miles.) I liked the furniture and steelworks. I always enjoy seeing the art of local artists and artisans. High quality. Artist who was volunteering and manning gallery was a little abrupt, when I first stepped in - about the no dogs rule. I get it. Though she is small and I carry her, and never her put her on the floor -it's the prerogative of the owner. I can't remember if I got a chance to ask or not. My husband managed to have a lovely long look and enjoyed his conversation with this gentleman. I feel it's important to add that.

Francois RIBERA 29 April 2021

Definitely worth the visit. The furniture and Steel artwork are beautiful and impressive. Magnificent gallery art and very friendly staff.

Kathy 22 April 2018

Well maintained and beautifully presented with a wonderful variety of local product. Personally I felt it was quite expensive and may appeal more to the overseas buyers but quality non the less. Gorgeous furniture if only I could fit them in my suitcase!

Nick Wong 09 August 2019

Lots of beautiful art pieces which are mainly glass and wood. The wooden table were lovely. There are also lots of metal animal sculptures and a cafe.