It’s not long now until the Colour Tumby Festival for 2023 and it’s worth every bit of the 600+ kilometre drive from Adelaide to this town on Eyre Peninsula to experience it. Tumby Bay is around 50 kilometres north of Port Lincoln and over the March long weekend, from the 10th to 13th, it’s the… Read More Visit Colour Tumby Festival 2023
If you are visiting the Barossa Valley region of South Australia, take a small detour to the town of Kapunda, for a visual feast of murals all around the town. Kapunda is under 80 kilometres north of Adelaide and has a population of around 3000. The town was established when copper was discovered in 1842… Read More Kapunda – Mural Town South Australia
The Colour Tumby Festival has wrapped up for 2022 and what an awesome long weekend it was, full of colour, fun and loads of events to interest everyone in the family. This is the fourth time this street art festival has taken place and it now combines with a number of other community and council… Read More Colour Tumby 2022
Next time you’re in Moonta and Moonta Bay, look for these new additions to the street art. The Copper Coast Public Art Group was formed last year under the Moonta and District Progress Association and are working with the Copper Coast Council to increase public art in the area.
I’m stuck for new superlatives every time I find these street murals that take your breath away in their scale and perfection. Another example I found recently, is this mural by Claire Foxton which can be found in Dawkins Place in the east end of Adelaide. It inspired me to want to find out more… Read More Why Miss Muriel Matters
Another colourful mural has popped up in the Copper Coast town of Moonta on Yorke Peninsula, featuring familiar scenic views of the town and Moonta Bay. You can find the mural which was painted by local Moonta artist, Julie Cheshire, next to a car park and new garden, opposite the Cornish Kitchen in Ellen Street… Read More New Street Art – Moonta