The Barossa Regional Gallery is a public gallery which presents a range of fine art exhibitions throughout the year featuring both local and touring exhibitions from around South Australia and interstate. It is the home of a number of community organisations including the Barossa Liedertafel, the Barossa Arts Council and the Barossa Photography Club.
The Historic Hill and Son Grand Organ is also situation at the venue. It has been lovingly restored by a group of local volunteers in conjunction with the Organ Historical Trust of Australia. The Hill and Son, the largest of its type on mainland Australia came to the Regional Gallery in the late 1990s after it was removed from the Adelaide Town Hall.
For a bit of retail therapy, the Gallery Shop has lots to offer also with a great range of artisan wares from artists situated in the Barossa and further afield. Featuring beautiful jewellery, finely crafted ceramic and glassware, textiles and prints and mixed media works.
The Barossa Regional Gallery is a not-for-profit community organisation situated in the Tanunda Soldiers Memorial Hall. The venue is owned and managed by the Barossa Council with programming and activities in the venue developed and managed by a range of community volunteers in conjunction with staff from Council's Community and Cultural Services Department.
Open Everyday, 11am to 4pm
Other times by appointment
3 Basedow Rd, Tanunda
South Australia 5232