Five South Australian artists have explored the community connection to the Sturt River and its surrounding spaces, its social and cultural stories and biodiversity.
Join a short walking tour to learn more about three of the public artworks that are part of the Reclaiming Sturt River project.
Be guided along the Sturt River linear trail from Oaklands Wetland and Reserve to Appleby Road Reserve.
The Reclaiming Sturt River public artworks include:
- Birds of the Flood Plain by Ink and Ruby Studios
- Life from above and below by Senman Creations
- Tools for Future Use by Matt Fortrose
- The Big Thaw by Matt Fortrose
- Plastron by James Stewart
- Meet at the Rotunda at Oaklands Wetland and Reserve (near the Oaklands Education Centre)
- The walk is approx 1.6km along sealed path at easy walking pace
- The guided walk will take approx 45min
- Wear appropriate footwear and clothing for the weather
- The tour will end at Appleby Road Reserve.
- The City of Marion community bus will be available to return participants to Oaklands Wetland and Reserve
Arrive early and take part in the activities that are part of the Explore Warripari Sturt River: celebrating art, nature and place event.
Stay on after the tour for a picnic or to explore further.
The event is being arranged in accordance with COVID-safe practices. Please follow the latest government health guidelines, including physical distancing and appropriate hygiene. Please do not attend if you are unwell.
Artworks L-R : 'Tools for Future Use' by Matt Fortrose and 'The Big Thaw' by Matt Fortrose