Art & Sculptures

Silo art, shuffle screens and sculptures - oh my!

Karoonda Silo Art

Visit Australia’s first silo art display that can be experienced at both day and night. Combining a unique mix of large-scale mural for daytime viewing with colourful art projections that bring the giant grain silos to life at night.

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Copeville Silo Art

Just when you thought the silo art in the Karoonda East Murray District couldn't get any better ... introducing Copeville Silo Art!

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Galga Silo Art

April 2023 saw the completion of the Galga Silo Art. The towering art paying tribute to local war soldiers and nurses of the region.

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Mantung Painted Mural

From the regal malleefowl to the mighty eagle and pink cockatoo, it’s a wild art show celebrating our local wildlife. Mantung’s just a hop, skip, and a jump (or a 50-minute drive) north of Karoonda, offering the perfect day trip to explore.

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Shuffle Screens

Walk, run or drive past this impressive installation to see the optical illusion of movement – or ‘shuffling’ - it creates.

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Where is he? Metal Sculpture

Created by sculptor Mallee Boy Art, ‘Where is he?’ is made entirely from farm scrap metal. Crafted over 320 hours using 11kg of welding wire.

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Art Gallery Wall

Located at the District Council of Karoonda East Murray office, the art gallery wall is updated on a bi-monthly basis with artwork from talented artist hailing from all corners of South Australia, including our very own from the Mallee region.

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Geofacts 1-4 (YKB)

Drawing inspiration from the geological aspects of the region, this installation was born from creative ideas and influence of the Karoonda Youth Action Committee along with talented sculptor artist Tom Borgas.

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Mallee Arts Karoonda

25 Peake Street, Karoonda
An art gallery that brings artists of the South Australian Mallee and surrounds together. **Please note the art gallery is only open during select periods of the year. To find out when the next opening is click the "discover more" button below.

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