Visit

MAC has reopened

Important Visitor Information

Gateway sculpture by Trevor Weeks. Photo: Allen Chawner

Enjoy the MAC experience

MAC is an ideal destination for visitors with stunning views, bike racks and plenty of parking for cars and coaches.

A visit from the Sydney Chinese Bushwalking Group

We are pleased to confirm that MAC and the Sculpture Cafe have reopened to the public. The Sculpture Cafe will have daily specials available to enjoy in the cafe or as takeaway to enjoy in the stunning Sculpture Park grounds.

We’re thrilled to welcome you back, but it's important to note that your experience at MAC will be a little different than usual. We are adhering to the latest guidelines from NSW Health. Please take a moment to familiarise yourself with the health procedures before your visit.

Further Information

For more information please contact our team via email mac@lakemac.nsw.gov.au or phone 02 4921 0382.

MAC

MAC is uniquely positioned within 5 hectares of leafy grounds on the shore of Lake Macquarie, Australia's largest salt-water lake. The award-winning art museum has a cafe, retail shop, sculpture park and mosaic pathways. MAC is an ideal destination for visitors. Guided tours are available for small and large groups. There are bike racks and plenty of parking for cars and coaches.

Opening times

Admission is free

Open Tuesday to Sunday 10am–4pm
Selected public holidays 11am–4pm

Visual Arts Program November 2019 - July 2020

MAC Visitor Survey
(please complete after your visit)

Contact MAC

Visitor Services: (02) 4921 0382
Cafe: 0434 227 909
Email: mac@lakemac.nsw.gov.au
Address: First Street Booragul, NSW 2284
Mail:
Box 1906 HRMC, NSW 2310

Sculpture Cafe

  • Open Wednesday - Friday (10am - 2.30pm) and Saturday - Sunday (10am - 3pm)
  • For cafe bookings phone 0434 227 909

Getting here

We are located at the end of First Street, Booragul, on the edge of Lake Macquarie. MAC can be reached easily from the lake foreshore cycleway, the water or by public transport. Ample car parking is adjacent to Hunter Rowing Club.

Taxi Services Co-op: 133 300
Toronto Hire Cars: (02) 4950 4111
Newcastle Bus Service: 131 500
CityRail Trains: 131 500

Facilities

  • cafe
  • easy ramp access to the museum for wheelchairs and prams
  • baby changing facilities and disability access to toilets
  • stunning grounds perfect for picnics
  • sculpture park
  • dogs are welcome in the designated dog exercise area
  • venue hire
  • retail shop
  • bicycle racks
  • free wi-fi

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Group tours

MAC is an ideal destination for visitors. Guided tours are available for small and large groups. There are bike racks and plenty of parking for cars and coaches.

Group Tour Booking Agreement

Can I take photographs or video or film?

You are welcome to take photographs, except if a specific artwork or exhibition has a sign indicating no photography. Check with one of our museum assistants if in doubt. Please help protect the art by not using flash, tripods or monopods. You need to make a written request if you intend to photograph or film for publication or commercial purposes. For more information and contact details, email mac@lakemac.nsw.gov.au or call 02 4921 0382.