The Wool Shed Gallery exhibits investment quality Aboriginal art, contemporary paintings and limited edition prints by non-indigenous Australian artists and a range of carefully selected furniture to complement the artworks.
The gallery occupies the oldest commercial building in Mannum on the banks of the River Murray. Built in 1853 by William Randell, the pioneer of inland river transport. The Wool Shed, the adjacent Mannum Dock Museum of River History, including the PS Marion and Randell Dry Dock and the Billabong Cafe form an integral component of Mannum's Historical precinct and is of continuing interest to residents and visitors alike.Visit Website
Access With Assistance for the Disabled, Car park, Public Toilet
Cultural, Historic/Heritage, The Arts