SEE SALA

The SALA Festival means that not only can you visit hundreds of visual art exhibitions around South Australia, but you can also meet artists, book in for workshops, go on artist-led tours, tune in to artist talks, wear SA artwork on your jumper, attend the notorious Slide Night, join in the excitement of an opening night, watch an artist demonstration, and more!

Online Program

The full SALA program, with search functions for regions, medium, artist talks, and more. Released in July!

Printed Program

Get your hands on one of these booklets and circle all the exhibitions and events you're keen to see! We'll let you know where to find one closer to July.

MAP

Once the Program goes live, so will the SALA Map of SA!

Look for the sticker

Look for the SALA venue sticker when you're out and about in August.

Plan Your Visit

SALA Festival is exclusively South Australian so we have put together some information to help you explore our great state.

SALA parking made easy with UPark

With SALA events right across Adelaide, don’t waste time searching for a car park – park at UPark.
UPark is owned by the City of Adelaide, and all money goes back into supporting the people of Adelaide.

Book your parking now

When you book your parking online with UPark, you guarantee yourself a car park close to your destination.
That means no driving around the city, wasting time trying to find somewhere to park.

Or register for discounted parking with UPark Plus

UPark Plus is a touch-free swipe card that gives you discounted prices at all UPark car parks across the city.
Simple swipe to enter and exit. No pushing buttons. No handling tickets.

Book your parking, or register now for UPark Plus, at upark.com.au/sala

Free city connector bus 

The Free City Connector bus service runs on two loops – an inner city loop and an extended loop around North Adelaide providing a link to popular city attractions and shopping, dining and services destinations.

Route 98A and 98C link the city and North Adelaide every 30 minutes, seven days a week and routes 99A and 99C link the main city destinations every 30 minutes on weekdays.

Together routes 98 and 99 provide a coordinated 15-minute frequency on weekdays from North Terrace to Hutt Street, Hurtle Square, Whitmore Square, China Town, Central Market and Victoria Square.

The service runs from early morning until 7.15pm daily, with extra services running on Friday until 9.15pm.

The buses are air conditioned and wheelchair and pram friendly.

If you are interested in visiting Adelaide Hills, use this link. Check back closer to August for more information about SALA specific events. 

If you are interested in visiting Barossa Valley, use this link. Check back closer to August for more information about SALA specific events. 

If you are interested in visiting Clare Valley, use this link. Check back closer to August for more information about SALA specific events. 

If you are interested in visiting Coonawarra, use this link. Check back closer to August for more information about SALA specific events. 

If you are interested in visiting Langhorne Creek, use this link. Check back closer to August for more information about SALA specific events. 

If you are interested in visiting McLaren Vale, use this link. Check back closer to August for more information about SALA specific events. 

If you are interested in visiting the Murraylands, use this link. Check back closer to August for more information about SALA specific events. 

SALA Festival App

Download our free app to keep the entire SALA program at your fingertips! Keep track of exhibitions and events you’d like to visit and to use the handy map feature.

SALA Festival App

Download our free app to keep the entire SALA program at your fingertips! Keep track of exhibitions and events you’d like to visit and to use the handy map feature.