SALA Festival – Eudunda-Robertstown

Eudunda/Robertstown has a proud history of participation in the SALA Festival.

2015 – BLUES

Eudunda - Robertstown SALA 2015

Eudunda – Robertstown SALA 2015

As the organisers say – more details coming later
(if they get some extra funding this year SALA will be very special)


SALA Eudunda 2014 – Funky Junk Too

Funky Junk Too! After such a great display and participation last year
it was discovered many people still wanted to do more,
and the local committee has listened to them with
Funky Junk Too!

You don’t need to register separately as the region is registering with SALA,
but please contact Julie Mathews 0885811919

Funky Junk Too flier

Funky Junk Too flier

Click to see Photos of the SALA 2013 event here



Sala Eudunda - Funky Junk Banner image

at the EUDUNDA CLUB – 7:30PM

Mike Roberts and Barrie Hocking

Wine Tasting and Nibbles
Art Viewing

Art Auction
Inclucing a painting of Eudunda by
Kangaroo Island artist Neil “Shep” Sheppard
with part proceeds to Eudunda Hospital Auxiliary

Book in for a meal and enjoy the evening!

Photos of the SALA 2013 event here

Here is a very brief history over the last couple years.

 SALA Festival – Eudunda – 2012

Opening of SALA 2012

was on Friday 3rd August
Officially Opened by Dan van Holst Pellekaan MP,
Member for Stuart in the House of Assembly, South Australian Parliament.
Wine, nibbles and good company between 6 – 9pm.

A really good opening ceremony – check out the video on Kathleen’s webpage - Kathleen’s Art Gallery

Part of the Crowd at the Opening

Part of the Crowd at the 2010 Opening

SALA Festival – Eudunda – 2010

The festival kicked off with a great opening, held at Kathleen’s Art Gallery, Eudunda on July 30th  2010. Many residents and businesses in the Town of Eudunda have joined together to make a combined display for the SALA Festival.
The event will run from July 30th to August 22nd, so make a trip this way to see what out town has to show you. you can see more photos on Kathleen’s webpage – Kathleen’s Art Gallery