We have a Stand at the 2021 Barossa History Fair – This Sunday 2nd May

Catch us at the 2021 Barossa History Fair this coming Sunday 2nd May at the Angaston Town Hall & Barossa Adventure Station.

In the Town hall will be 20+ local history groups to check out, (including us), a photo section and also guest speakers. $5 entry.

There is also lots happening over the road at the Barossa Adventure Station as well as part of the Expo, with lots of free stuff for the kids to do too.

Barossa History Fair, May 2nd 2021 Kids Passport
Barossa History Fair, May 2nd 2021 Kids Passport

More info on their Facebook page @barossahistoryfair

Invitation to Celebrate Heritage Gallery Birthday at Morning Tea – 10th Feb 2021

Friends of the Gallery – Morning Tea on Wed. 10th Feb 2021 at 10:30am
At the Eudunda Town Hall
Special Guests
the Scarfe Sisters
who will speak about their new book
based on 3 generations of the family
at Anlaby Station


You are asked to wear your name tags and also to bring your money for the annual $10 membership fee (if joining).

Consider becoming a ‘Gold’ Friends of the Gallery for $100 or the 3 year membership for $30.

For those who are not ‘Friends of the Gallery’ please come along and join
Its a great chance to chat with everyone!

John Declares Valuation Day A Success

On Saturday 7th September 2019 The Eudunda Family Heritage Gallery hosted it’s final Antique and old wares valuation and information day for the year at the Gallery with antique expert Mr. John Foumakis.

Many people took advantage of John’s generous offer to value thier treasures, at the Heritage Gallery and it was a most interesting morning, listening to the interpretation of some of the items bought in. There was, after all a fascinating story behind every artifact.

To add to the interest of the morning, John had bought along some friends who were also able to add much character and charm to the whole event, with thier own expertise in various types of items bought in.

This was the case when a unique vase was presented as one of the last items of the day, and Ken Raymond felt the vase was a very nice specimen worthy of extra investigation. Soon enough John & Ken were thrilled to tell the current owner that the vase was by a significant artist and could be of interest to people collecting the artists work. The owner told an interesting story of how this vase had been acquired.

Photo caption:
Antique experts Mr. John Foumakis and  Ken Raymond spent time researching the authenticity of this vase and found it is by a significant artist and felt it had great artistic value.