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Penola Terra Rossa SACWA

The Penola Terra Rossa Branch of the SACWA has portrayed some of the women who came to the region for love, work or grew, as part of a family, to weave a rich tapestry of individuals striving to enrich the lives of all. To date, the exhibition The Penola Women Project encompasses eight women in each category: ‘They Came for Love’, ‘They Came for Work’ and ‘Mothers and Daughters’. Parker Estate is to be thanked for their sponsorship and unflagging support for all of the exhibitions and displays, including the current one, ‘Mothers and Daughters’.

Presented by Penola Branch, National Trust of SA


Every day in May, 10am-4pm


John Riddoch Centre, 27 Arthur St, Penola




Gail Adams, 0412 137 366



No toilets inside the centre but public toilets are nearby. The exhibition is only accessible via stairs onto a stage.


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