JahRoc Galleries is the largest and most diverse Fine Furniture & Art Gallery in the South West. Situated in the heart of Margaret River, you will find exquisite art pieces by local and Australian Artists including paintings, sculpture, art glass, jewellery, ceramics and photography.
The gallery is home to their own exclusive line of fine furniture, JahRoc Furniture (est 1987) which is widely acclaimed by admirers and collectors around the globe as ‘Functional Art’. Designed and created by Gary Bennett and David Paris using sustainable local hardwoods, JahRoc create heirloom designer furniture to be treasured throughout the passage of time.
JahRoc Galleries hold 5-7 dedicated exhibitions every year, usually falling on school holiday times, and to coincide with other major events in the region. Their dedicated exhibition space is a large cavernous area with loads of natural light. Being one of Australia’s largest contemporary art galleries, in unison to showcasing an art exhibition, the remainder of the gallery’s wall space is hung with a tasteful collection of work by JahRoc’s stable of artists. With over 700m2 of wall space and a further 200m2 art rack room, there is plenty of art to choose from at all times.
JahRoc Galleries offer "Money Can't Buy Experiences" and offer their beautiful showroom for private functions, suiting gatherings of under 100 people.
JahRoc are well known for their artistic fine furniture, and their workshop is situated on a bush block just out of Margaret River town. For clients who are interested in viewing their timber in the raw before it is made into their chosen design, then a visit to the workshop can happily be arranged.
JahRoc is a family business owned by brothers-in-law Gary Bennett and David Paris who have been creating JahRoc Furniture since 1986. Their wives Lara Bennett and Joanne Paris manage and work in the retail gallery.
For the most welcoming and unique gallery experience on the coast, JahRoc Galleries is simply a must-see tourist destination. Visit today and find out why all that do leave inspired.