Characters of the Fleurieu: Portrait Prize in Four Historic Venues

Cellar Door experts - Eva and Josh, by Hugh Adamson (Swee Wah Yew)

Explore historic locations while viewing the fourth biennial RSASA Characters of the Fleurieu portrait exhibition. Start at Strathalbyn’s Stationmaster's Art Gallery (Railway Station c. 1883) then Langhorne Creek’s Bremerton Wines (farm site c. 1866), Lake Breeze Winery (farm site c. 1850s) and Langhorne Creek's Old School (1858). Marvel at over 100 portraits of colourful regional identities in painting, mixed media, photography and sculpture by artists vying for the $10,000 Kennedy Art Foundation Prize. See artists’ demonstrations at exhibition venues on Sunday afternoons. Enjoy regional wines at numerous cellar doors and eat local at cafes, wineries, restaurants and hotels.

Bookings not required

Event Details

Venue information

  • Wheelchair access

Event type

Exhibition/Self-guided tour

Dates and times

6 May-3 Jun, 10am-4pm

Venue or tour starting point *

Stationmasters Art Gallery, 20 South Tce, Strathalbyn




Bookings not required


Helen Stacey Bunton
8536 3069 or 0416 075 052
helen [at]

Accessibility information

All four locations have wheelchair accessible toilet facilities. Bremerton Wines has an upstairs exhibition space and part of the exhibition at Lake Breeze Winery is upstairs.