The Barossa Council care deeply about the health of both the community and their staff and volunteers and are taking further actions to protect them in response to Covid19. Council are taking a number of measures to ensure risk to public health is minimised including the closure of the Barossa Regional Gallery from 19th March 2020 until further notice.
3 Basedow Road, Tanunda SA 5352
Open: Everyday, 11am - 4pm
Telephone : 08 8563 8340
The Barossa Regional Gallery is located in the heart of the beautiful Barossa Valley, and is only a short stroll from the main street of Tanunda.
Combining heritage and contemporary architecture, the gallery is part of the Tanunda Soldiers Memorial Hall complex. It offers a diverse range of attractions for visitors to enjoy including art exhibitions, workshops, performances and education programs. Visitors eager to pick up an authentic Barossa souvenir can also browse the retail space with locally produced books as well as art and crafts available to purchase.
The site also houses the magnificently restored Hill and Son Grand Organ, which is a stunning example of musical heritage, finding its new home in Tanunda after being removed from the Adelaide Town Hall in the late 1990s.
With three magnificent gallery spaces, the Barossa Regional Gallery is able to present both community-based and professional exhibitions. The visual arts program combines both locally produced artworks, capturing the cultural integrity of the region, and exhibitions touring from across South Australia and interstate.
A perfect accompaniment to the amazing wines and delectable food the Barossa Region is known for, a trip to the Barossa Regional Gallery provides a unique cultural experience.