The Yellow House gallery is a purpose-built exhibition space, equipped with high quality track lighting, air-conditioning, and AV cabling.

There are two integrated levels – ground level, approximately 180 sqm and lower ground, approximately 130 sqm.

The striking retractable roof window enhances the beauty of the space. At the entrance of the gallery, a large secure ‘lightbox’ allows promotion of the exhibition from active Macleay Street. With the award-winning ‘Yellow Restaurant’ adjoining the gallery, catering for events is effortless.

You have the idea – we have the space.
Call us today about your next event.
Tel – 0412 856 731

Photography: Barnaby Wilshier


Grey Goose Vodka Salon de Martini

August / September 2015

The French vodka manufacturer ‘Grey Goose’ transformed the exhibition space into the Salon de Martini, designed to showcase the attributes of the vodka made from wheat sourced from the fertile Picardy region of France. Concurrently, Grey Goose collaborated with chef Brent Savage of ‘Yellow Restaurant’ to host La Boulangerie at Yellow, with pastries and bread made from the same Picardy wheat. 

Peter Godwin – Artist Profile Dinner

September 2015

Artist Profile Magazine and Defiance Gallery hosted a dinner with the artist Peter Godwin in attendance. Surrounded by Peter’s incredible ‘Mountains/Clouds’ exhibition, the diners enjoyed dinner catered by Yellow Restaurant (see Partners)