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Summer programming update

As you may have noticed, we have put a pause on our programmed activities for January and February. Instead, check out our Riddoch at... Read More


Welcome to our new manager!

The Riddoch Arts and Cultural Centre welcomes our new manager, Diana Warnes. Diana joins us from her most recent position as Head of Curatorial... Read More


Festive Season opening hours

The festive season is upon us, and The Riddoch will be closed for the following breaks: Closed from 2:00pm Friday 24 December 2021 and:... Read More


Artist in residence at The Riddoch

The Riddoch is excited to host local artist Kirsten Johnston from 12 – 30 January 2022 as she takes up residency in our Cathleen... Read More


Save the date!

New exhibitions are incoming. Plus papermaking workshops for National Recycling Week, and the return of Adelaide ceramicist, Fruzsi Kenez. Read the latest e-newsletter here:... Read More


Creative Arts Fund 2021/22 – Applications Open

The City of Mount Gambier Creative Arts Fund is now open for applications with a total of $50,000 available to local artists, not-for-profit organisations... Read More


Pippin Ellis residency

Pippin Ellis is hanging works in The Riddoch foyer in preparation for her SALA residency this Friday and Saturday. As part of the South... Read More


And we’re back.

As lockdown lifted at midnight last night, The Riddoch Arts & Cultural Centre will reopen from 10am this morning. Masks are mandatory in all... Read More


Closed for SA lockdown

Due to COVID restrictions, the Riddoch Arts & Cultural Centre will be closed for the next 7 days. At this stage we expect to... Read More


Coming up at The Riddoch…

We’ve got a huge range of events coming up this winter. From new exhibitions including an augmented reality one for NAIDOC week, Curator’s tour,... Read More

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1 Bay Road, Mount Gambier SA 5290
Phone 08 8721 2563

Monday to Friday 10am – 5pm
Saturday, Sunday & most Public Holidays 10am – 2pm



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We acknowledge the Boandik Peoples as the traditional custodians of the land we meet on today. We respect their spiritual relationship with the land and recognise the deep feelings of attachment our First Nations Peoples have with the land.

Image: Belinda Bonney, Reconciliation of the Nation: we all walk together as one (detail)