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Incinerator Art Space

2 Small Street, Willoughby NSW 2068

Incinerator Art Space is an iconic and heritage-listed Walter Burley Griffin designed building that retains its strong Modernist style of architecture.  The interior has been sensitively renovated to create a professional gallery space that lends itself to exhibit a broad range of contemporary art in a distinctive environment.  Incinerator Art Space strives to offer the community a hub for showcasing exceptional, innovative and timely visual arts exhibitions. Incinerator Art Space hosts a series of exhibitions curated by Council’s Curator & Visual Arts Coordinator as well as art exhibitions held by members of the public.

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Cape Willoughby Lightstation - Cape Willoughby Conservation Park

Willoughby Road, Willoughby SA 5222
Situated in the easternmost point of Kangaroo Island, Cape Willoughby Lighthouse was the first lighthouse to be built in South Australia in 1852. The isolation, ruggedness and beauty of this part of Kangaroo Island, is striking. Standing 27 metres high with 102 steps to the lookout tower, Cape Willoughby Lighthouse offers a stunning panoramic view across Backstairs Passage and the Kangaroo Island coastline. Guided tours of the Lightstation precinct, including the impressive tower, are held daily. The Visitor Centre includes a fascinating museum reading room, with light refreshments and souvenirs available. Or stay overnight to live the experience from the comfort of one of the beautifully restored Lighthouse Keepers Cottages. Self-guided walking trails provide further insight into the lives of the early Lighthouse Keepers and the construction of the Lightstation. Nearby Antechamber Bay, in Lashmar Conservation Park, offers a long sandy beach perfect for swimming, beachcombing, with picnic and camping facilities. A 1.9 kilometre loop walk commences from the Visitors Centre.

Cape Willoughby Lightstation - Cape Willoughby Conservation Park

Willoughby Road, Willoughby SA 5222
Situated in the easternmost point of Kangaroo Island, Cape Willoughby Lighthouse was the first lighthouse to be built in South Australia in 1852. It stands 27 metres high with 102 steps to the lookout tower, and offers stunning panoramic view across Backstairs Passage and the Kangaroo Island coastline. Guided tours of the Lightstation precinct, including the tower, are held daily. The Visitor Centre includes a fascinating museum reading room, with light refreshments and souvenirs available. The isolation, ruggedness and beauty of this part of Kangaroo Island, is striking. Stay overnight in a spacious lightkeeper’s cottage to live the experience from the comfort of one of these beautifully restored cottages. Self-guided walking trails provide further insight into the lives of the early Lighthouse Keepers and the construction of the Lightstation. A 1.9 kilometre loop walk commences from the Visitors Centre. Nearby Antechamber Bay, in Lashmar Conservation Park, offers a long sandy beach perfect for swimming, beachcombing, with picnic and camping facilities....

Papunya Tjupi Arts 2016 Exhibition

Incinerator Art Space, Willoughby NSW 2068
Recent works from the women of Papunya Tjupi Arts. Originally only the men painted in Papunya, the birthplace of the Western desert dot-painting movement. Now it is the women who artistically thrive in this community. Their remarkable works are receiving widespread acclaim. Be mesmerised by this significant collection of recent works. Papunya Tjupi Arts supports a new generation of artists establishing their own unique identity based on the legacy of their forefathers. Please join them for the official opening on Saturday, 13 February from 3pm to 5pm. To be opened by Vivien Johnson, eminent scholar and author of Streets of Papunya: the re-invention of Papunya painting. For information on the Desert Travels talks, please refer to the website....