List of art galleries in South Australia

This list of art galleries which publicly exhibit works in South Australia has been compiled to benefit artists and art lovers in their pursuit of their passion. It was first compiled in August 2017, and contains a mixed bag of commercial, institutional, regional and artist-run art galleries. The list is not exhaustive, and contributions of galleries not yet listed are invited via Facebook comments. This list will be updated periodically.

Last updated: 9 August 2017

Gallery Town/City Address Phone
ACE OPEN Adelaide Lion Arts Centre, North Tce (08) 8211 7505
Adelaide Central Gallery Adelaide 7 Mulberry Road, Glenside (08) 8299 7300
Art Gallery of South Australia Adelaide North Terrace (08) 8207 7000
ArtImages Gallery Adelaide 32 The Parade, Norwood (08) 8363 0806
Artspace Gallery Adelaide Adelaide Festival Centre, Festival Drive, Adelaide
BMG Art Adelaide 444 South Road, Marleston (08) 8297 2440
Brick+Mortar Creative Adelaide 49 George St, Norwood 0452 140 849
FELTspace Adelaide 12 Compton Street
Flinders University City Gallery Adelaide State Library of South Australia, North Terrace (08) 8201 2695
Gallery 1855 Adelaide 2 Haines Road, Tea Tree Gully (08) 8397 7444
Gallery M Adelaide 287 Diagonal Road, Oaklands Park (08) 8377 2904
Glenelg Art & Gift Gallery Adelaide Ground Floor, Stamford Grand Hotel, Moseley Square, Glenelg 0410 481 237
Greenaway Art Gallery Adelaide 39 Rundle Street, Kent Town (08) 8362 6354
Henley & Grange Art Society Adelaide Atkin Street, Henley Beach (08) 8353 3710
Hill Smith Gallery Adelaide 113 Pirie Street (08) 8223 6558
Hughes Gallery Adelaide Fullarton Park Community Centre, 411 Fullarton Road, Fullarton (08) 8372 5180
Hugo Michell Gallery Adelaide 260 Portrush Road, Beulah Park (08) 8331 8000
Jam Factory Adelaide 19 Morphett Street (08) 8410 0727
Pepper Street Arts Centre Adelaide 558 Magill Rd, Magill (08) 8364 6154
Prospect Gallery Adelaide 1 Thomas St, Nailsworth (08) 8342 8175
Royal South Australian Society of Arts Adelaide Cnr North Terrace & Kintore Avenue, Adelaide (08) 8232 0450
South Australian School of Art (SASA) Gallery Adelaide K3-27 Kaurna Building, City West Campus, University of South Australia, North Tce (08) 8302 6611
Tandanya Adelaide 253 Grenfell Street (08) 8224 3211
Urban Cow Studio Adelaide Shop 6, 10 Vaughan Place
Blue Crab Studio Ardrossan 16 North Terrace, Ardrossan
Balaklava Courthouse Gallery Balaklava 6 Edith Tce, Balaklava (08) 8862 1688
Jam Factory at Seppeltsfield Barossa Valley 730 Seppeltsfield Road, Seppeltsfield, Barossa Valley
Walkway Gallery Bordertown 43 Woolshed Street, Bordertown (08) 8752 1044
Burra Regional Art Gallery Burra 5-6 Market Street, Burra (08) 8892 2411
Arts Ceduna Ceduna 2 Eyre Highway, Ceduna (08) 8625 2487
Artworx Gallery Goolwa 12 Hays St, Goolwa (08) 8555 0949
Signal Point Gallery Goolwa The Wharf, Goolwa (08) 8555 7289
South Coast Regional Art Centre Goolwa 1 Goolwa Terrace, Goolwa (08) 8555 7000
Hahndorf Academy Hahndorf 68 Main Street, Hahndorf (08) 8388 7250
Belalie Art Gallery Jamestown 6 Irvine Street, Jamestown (08) 8664 0455
Kapunda Community Gallery Kapunda 67-69 Main Street, Kapunda
Millicent Art Gallery Millicent Civic Centre, Ridge Terrace, Millicent (08) 8733 0903
Moonta Gallery of the Arts Moonta Moonta Town hall, George Street, Moonta (08) 8825 1378
Mount Dutton Bay Woolshed Mount Dutton Bay 1 Woolshed Drive, Mount Dutton Bay (08) 8685 4031
Riddoch Art Gallery Mount Gambier 1 Bay Rd, Mt Gambier (08) 8723 9566
Murray Bridge Regional Gallery Murray Bridge 27 Sixth Street, Murray Bridge (08) 8539 1420
Naracoorte Regional Art Gallery Naracoorte 91 Ormerod Street, Naracoorte (08) 8762 3390
Gallery Yampu Port Adelaide 1 Jenkins St, Birkenhead
Yarta Purtli Port Augusta Cultural Centre Gallery Port Augusta 6 Beauchamp Lane, Port Augusta (08) 8641 9176
Palate 2 palette Port Broughton 6 Bay St, Port Broughton (08) 8635 2553
Nautilus Arts Centre Port Lincoln 66 Tasman Terrace, Port Lincoln (08) 8621 2351
The Arts Centre Port Noarlunga 22 Gawler Street, Port Noarlunga (08) 8326 5577
Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery Port Pirie 3 Mary Elie Street, Port Pirie (08) 8633 0681
McCormick Centre for the Environment Renmark Ral Ral Avenue, Renmark (08) 8586 4777
Roxbylink Art Gallery Roxby Downs 1-15 Richardson Place, Roxby Downs (08) 8671 0500
Coorong Art Gallery Tailem Bend 95-101 Railway Terrace, Tailem Bend 1300 785 277
Barossa Regional Gallery Tanunda 3 Basedow Rd, Tanunda (08) 8563 0849
Victor Harbor Regional Gallery Victor Harbor 7A Railway Terrace, Victor Harbor (08) 8552 1316
Off the Slate Gallery Willunga 36 High Street, Willunga (08) 8556 2363
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List of Friend ID codes for Sumikko Gurashi: Our Puzzling Ways

This may come as news to some of you, but I have a soft spot for cute Japanese cartoon characters. Combine that hook with the appeal of an advanced colour-matching puzzle game, and you have Sumikko Gurashi: Our Puzzling Ways. The game is available for Android and Apple mobile devices, and despite a few fuzzy translations from Japanese, it’s utterly adorable and dangerously addictive.

Some user reviews of the game on the Google Play store have commented that the game’s difficulty ramping is too steep. While I agree in so much that the game does get tough, this causes the player to carefully consider which character to play as, and to experiment often, enriching the experience. Each has its own special skill, and its potency can be upgraded with various accessories that add “happiness” and increase your scoring potential. Coins won within the game can be fed into a lucky dip machine, which randomly spits out upgrades for your existing characters, and unlocks new ones.

Players are limited by how many times they can play the game in quick succession by the number of rice balls they are allocated. These replenish with the passing of time, but there is another way to receive more rice balls, and therefore play the game more frequently. To do this, you can either invite friends to join the game within the app, via Facebook or email, or you can add friend codes for existing players manually.

A number of the game’s reviewers on the Google Play store have listed their player IDs and encouraged other players to connect with them. As of 25 July 2017, I have scraped the complete set of these,  and they are now listed in the table below. If you’d like your Friend ID to be added to this list, please leave a Facebook comment below, or send me an email.

Sumikko Gurashi – Our Puzzling Ways
Friend IDs
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ivs8xi dim0ug
51x54l 9l8feg
ed8rax w3yax7
ln4k4a ci12g4
eyvicy frwzwx
4tco59 3ebvur
s83gbr ts89vs
urqgfx z1uv4w

As you increase the number of friends you are connected with in Sumikko Gurashi – Our Puzzling Ways, not only are you able to progress through the game more quickly, but you can also see where other players are up to on the map, and recognize them by their avatars and handles. Your friends’ high scores for each level are also displayed at the foot of the screen when you select a level to play. There are also several ‘holes’ in the map, which can be filled and passed by using flowers. A flower is awarded to you each time you interact with a friend, by either sending or receiving rice balls. Using flowers to pass holes will save you precious coins, which you can use to buy items to help with various levels, or feed into the lucky dip machine for character upgrades.

So while Sumikko Gurashi is a satisfying single player game, its enjoyment can be boosted substantially by connecting with others. Special thanks are due to all the players who have listed their friend IDs on the Play store.

If you haven’t already, I encourage you to check out Sumikko Gurashi – Our Puzzling Ways… it could quite possibly be the cutest colour- matching game you’ll ever play.

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Scott Ludlam’s parliamentary resignation and the question of disqualification for dual citizenship

Senator Scott Ludlam announced his resignation from the Australian Parliament yesterday following revelations that he was, and had always been, ineligible for election. According to Section 44 of the Consitution of Australia, holding dual citizenship of Australia and another country (in Ludlam’s case, New Zealand) disqualified him. Section 44(i) specifically reads:

“Any person who –

(i.) Is under any acknowledgement of allegiance, obedience, or adherence to a foreign power, or is a subject or a citizen or entitled to the rights or privileges of a subject or citizen of a foreign power

… shall be incapable of being chosen or of sitting as a senator or a member of the House of Representatives.”

The revelation of Ludlam’s ineligibility for office was the result of independent investigations made by barrister, John Cameron. Cameron, a dual citizen of Australia and New Zealand himself, told The Australian that he had also sought to determine whether Derryn Hinch was eligible for his Senate seat. He claimed that the results of his inquiry had surprised him, with Hinch having renounced his former New Zealand citizenship prior to his election, and Ludlam having neglected to do so. Cameron also claimed that his actions, which included notifying Ludlam’s office and the parliamentary secretary, were not politically motivated.

In response to Ludlam’s resignation, Derryn Hinch raised an issue he had raised publicly back in 2015.

Former Prime Minister Tony Abbot responded promptly by posting a scan of a letter from the UK Home Office, which confirmed that he had renounced his British citizenship appropriately in 1993, prior to his election to the Australian Parliament. Hinch accepted the evidence, but referred to the delay in its provision as “silly” in a subsequent tweet today.

This turn of events made me wonder whether Ludlam was the only current Australian parliamentarian to have made such a Consitutional indiscretion. With this nagging thought, I combed through the biographies of current Australian parliamentarians, and compiled the following list of elected members of the House of Representatives and Senate who were born outside of Australia.

The list in itself is unremarkable. The Australian Parliament holds 150 members of the House of Representatives and 76 Senators (making 226 individuals in total). Of those, 25 were born outside of Australia. As one might expect, the United Kingdom is the most common place of birth for parliamentarians outside of Australia. 13 other countries feature in the list, with birthplaces including a combination of European, Middle Eastern, South-East Asian and African countries.

Personally, I think Ludlam, and the party he has represented, the Australian Greens, were foolish to overlook this important eligibility criteria, which is spelled out so unambiguously in the Constitution of Australia. End result? Regardless of whether you agree with his views, Australia has lost a hard-working Senator, who may yet have to pick up bills for salary and expenses claimed from the public purse since his election in 2008. He is able to appeal for a pardon, and could even run again at the next election, provided he renounces his New Zealand citizenship.

Cameron told The Australian that the statutory declarations federal MPs are required to sign do not require them to provide any evidence that they have renounced any other foreign citizenship. It strikes me that this episode was entirely preventable. It appears that a revision of the process of nomination for candidacy, namely adding a requirement to provide evidence of current citizenship, would be a simple and immediate way to prevent future embarrassment.

Meanwhile, the persons listed below might consider it a worthwhile demonstration of good faith to disclose their historic citizenship status and in so doing, reassure Australians that Ludlam has not been singled out unfairly.

Australian parliamentarians born outside of Australia

Name State Party affiliation Place of birth Citizenship
Tony Abbott NSW Liberal Party of Australia United Kingdom AUS only
(since 1993)²
Eric Abetz TAS Liberal Party of Australia Germany ?
Anne Aly WA Australian Labor Party Egypt ?
Doug Cameron NSW Australian Labor Party United Kingdom ?
Mathias Cormann WA Liberal Party of Australia Belgium AUS only (2000)³
Sam Dastyari NSW Australian Labor Party Iran AUS only
(prior to election, date unspecified)²
Paul Fletcher NSW Liberal Party of Australia United Kingdom ?
Alex Gallacher SA Australian Labor Party United Kingdom AUS only
(since 2010)¹
Lucy Gichuhi SA Independent Kenya ?
Ian Goodenough WA Liberal Party of Australia Singapore AUS only
(since 2004)¹
Derryn Hinch VIC Derryn Hinch’s Justice Party New Zealand AUS only
(since 2016)²
Sussan Ley NSW Liberal Party of Australia Nigeria (former UK citizen) AUS only (since June 2001)
Scott Ludlam WA Australian Greens New Zealand Dual (resigned)
Nick McKim TAS Australian Greens United Kingdom AUS only
(since 2015)¹
Brian Mitchell TAS Australian Labor Party United Kingdom ?
Brendan O’Connor VIC Australian Labor Party United Kingdom ?
Malcolm Roberts QLD Pauline Hanson’s One Nation India Dual (referred to Court of Disputed Returns)
Nigel Scullion NT Country Liberal Party United Kingdom ?
Rebekha Sharkie SA Nick Xenophon Team United Kingdom AUS only
(prior to election, date unspecified)²
Maria Vamvakinou VIC Australian Labor Party Greece ?
Larissa Waters QLD Australian Greens Canada Dual (resigned)
Peter Whish-Wilson TAS Australian Greens Singapore ?
Josh Wilson WA Australian Labor Party United Kingdom ?
Penny Wong SA Australian Labor Party Malaysia AUS only
(since 2001)¹
Tony Zappia SA Australian Labor Party Italy ?


UPDATE: As of 10:10 pm on 17 July 2017, all politicians listed above with unconfirmed citizenship statuses have received correspondence, asking for relevant details. The above list will be updated accordingly, as responses are received.

UPDATE: As of 22 August 2017, Malcolm Roberts, Matt Canavan, Barnaby Joyce, Fiona Nash and Nick Xenophon have also been referred to the Court of Disputed Returns for holding dual citizenships, conferred through birth or parentage.

¹ indicates information received via private email correspondence with parliamentarians’ offices
² indicates announcements made via official Facebook or Twitter accounts
³ indicates information disclosed in press statements


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