Signal Point Gallery sits on the Goolwa channel at the meeting of the River Murray and the Southern Ocean. The gallery, along with the South Coast Regional Art Centre, is housed within the historic Old Goolwa Police Station, delivering an annual arts and culture program that aims to provide engaging, exciting and stimulating arts experiences for residents and visitors. The gallery gives expression to the creative aspirations of the many artists living and working in the region as well as hosting state, national and internationally touring exhibitions.
Children enjoy the Sponge Kids Arts Hub, working alongside professional artists and responding to the artwork they experience in the space during the school holidays. The Deck and lawns at the front of the gallery play host to a series of live music events in partnership with the local Cittaslow Goolwa group right throughout the summer months.
Signal Point Gallery hosts exhibitions and events as part of Alexandrina Council’s Just Add Water arts and culture program. This program offers visual and performing arts, workshops, and regional outreach from Adelaide-based festivals including the Adelaide Fringe Festival the Adelaide Guitar Festival. Goolwa also has a 200-seat performing arts venu, Centenary Hall.
Signal Point Gallery hosts the biannual Alexandrina Art Prize is part of the Goolwa Rotary Art and Photographic Exhibition, awarding $10,000 to the winner.