Sauerbier House Culture Exchange

21 Wearing St, Port Noarlunga, SA, 5167

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Sauerbier House is an innovative artspace providing a platform to support cultural exchange through contemporary visual arts. Situated on the bank of the Onkaparinga River or Ngangkiparingga, (‘Women’s River’; Kaurna), the colonial villa is a state heritage community asset transformed from domestic residence (originally George Sauerbier c.1897), into a centre that supports and promotes contemporary arts practice and creative cultural expression within this region.

The space is part of: Sauerbier House Culture Exchange

Venue accessibility

Main venue accessibility information


The main entrance to the venue is wheelchair accessible.

Car parking

There are 2 designated wheelchair accessible car parking spaces near this venue.

Wheelchair accessible parking is located: At the entrance to the venue

Drop off point

Safe wheelchair accessible drop off/pick up area in close proximity to the venue entrance.

Toilet facilities

Designated wheelchair accessible unisex toilet/s.

This performance space accessibility information


Accessible to people using a wheelchair or who cannot climb stairs.

Wheelchair companions

A carer/partner/companion can sit directly next to the patron using the wheelchair.

Number of wheelchair spaces in this space



21 Wearing St, Port Noarlunga, SA, 5167

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