Victor Harbor Art and Culture
Victor Harbor is well known for it’s rich First Nations and European history and thriving art scene. Originally home to Ramindjeri people, they called the region ‘Wirramulla’. The culture is shared with locals and visitors through dream time stories, local tours and an abundance of street art and murals scattered throughout the township.
Experience Victor Harbors exploding art scene by visiting the local Artisan Markets, one of our art galleries, featuring local artist and changing exhibitions or take part in a workshop for a hands on encounter.
coral street art space
The Coral Street Art Space is a space for local and interstate artists to meet and showcase their work. With monthly exhibits running, the space draws in tourists and celebrates our thriving local culture and talented Indigenous artists.
Victor Harbor Artisan Markets
Discover a range of local treasures painstakingly curated by the devoted local artists in Victor Harbor. Victor Harbor Artisan Markets is full of hidden gems; local produce, arts and crafts, homemade gifts, and one-of-a-kind artworks reflecting the free-natured spirit of our coastal community. Pick up a treasure or try the delicious local food or coffee. The market is held at Railway Plaza in the heart of Victor Harbor.
The Victor Harbor Art Show
Every year, a curated selection of artists display their work at The Victor Harbor Art Show at Warland Reserve. The annual art show has surged in popularity in recent years. In fact, it has become Australia’s largest outdoor art exhibition. Over 10,000 people attend the show from far and wide, and sales of the artworks have exceeded over $300,000 in recent years.
This significant local event has become a crucial part of the area’s cultural calendar and provides many new and upcoming artists with the opportunity to sell their artworks. The event also raises funds for local and international projects.
Victor Harbor Regional Art Gallery
The Victor Harbor Regional Art Gallery is set up in the Old Bakery building in the centre of Victor Harbor, and displays a diverse range of work from local artists. Discover a world of paintings, glass sculptures, fabric creations and carved wooden pieces.
- Wheelchair Access – Victor Harbor National Trust Museum – 1
- Victor Harbor Holiday and Cabin Park – self-contained
- Wheelchair Access – Victor Harbor Holiday and Cabin Park – 1