Collingrove Homestead, located 6km outside Angaston, is a gracious Victorian-era homestead built in stages from 1856. Located on the traditional land of the Peramangk people it was home to John Howard Angas, the son of George Fife Angas, who was instrumental in the foundation of the colony of South Australia. In its heyday, almost a third of South Australia’s land was administered from this farming property.
The home is not a traditional gallery space, and is not currently open to the public on a day to day basis, but is open for special events
This venue would suit an artist who would like to create something special in the space for short-term exhibition during SALA.