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Stewart Nimmo Gallery

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Nimmo Gallery is in the heart of Greymouth. Discover Stewart Nimmo’s unique West Coast imagery.

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Mon - Fri 9am - 5pm, Sat 10am - 2pm

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Discover Stewart Nimmo’s unique West Coast imagery.

His award winning fine art photographic prints reflect this areas unique landscapes, culture, flora and fauna.

When Stewart isn't out photographing the West Coast or further afield he is in and out of the gallery on a regular basis, so if you're stopping through you may even have the opportunity of meeting the man himself - and he enjoys a good chat.

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Cnr Tainui & Mackay Street, Greymouth 7805, West Coast, New Zealand
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