The Eudunda Silo Art was completed in 2021 by artist Sam Brooks. It features a tribute to the Ngadjuri on whoes land these silos stand and to local author Colin Thiele.
Built in 1879 this lovely church is open for public viewing daily.
The church boasts a 1905 Dodd pipe organ as well as some amazing stained glass windows made by Edward Brooks, South Australia’s first stained glass maker.
A beautiful building with excellent spaces for showing work, from the small and intimate to the huge and confronting.
The Gallery also includes a small retail shop of affordable high quality works.
Situated within the old Burra Telegraph and Post Office building, from which J McDouall Stuart sent his message in Dec 1862, to inform the SA authorities that he had successfully crossed Australia.
View exhibition details, artist profiles, annual competitions and much more at the Burra Regional Art Gallery website here.
Open 1-4pm Tuesday – Sunday
The Gallery is also part of the Clare Valley Art Trail, showcasing a range of galleries spanning from Burra to Balaklava. The map can be accessed here.
The Burra Town Hall is one of Australia’s great small halls, built for the Welsh and Cornish miners.
Available for hire as a performance and meeting space, the Hall is open daily from 11am – 3pm showcasing interesting historical displays of Burra.
Those wishing to hire the Town Hall should visit the Burra History Group website, where detailed information exists for technical specifications and costs.