Coral Street Art Space

Galleries, Museums and Collections

The Coral Street Art Space is located in a state heritage-listed building at 10 Coral Street, Victor Harbor. The building was opened in 1878 as ‘The Institute’. In 1935 it was taken over by the Town Council and services the local community as a library for over 80 years. Most recently, the building played host to the RSL Victor Harbor branch until 2019.

The Coral Street Art Space came to life in 2019 and offers a new home for art and culture in Victor Harbor.

The City of Victor Harbor established the space in response to the communities desire for a multi-purpose space that could incorporate all art forms.

Community and Council wanted to ensure that Ngarrindjeri / Ramindjeri cultural practices featured heavily in the space and that a Ngarrindjeri / Ramindjeri name was given to the space.
Representatives from MIPAAC (Miwi-inyeri Pelepi-ambi Aboriginal Corporation) were involved in this conversation and Aunty Phyllis Williams took suggestions to the local Ngarrindjeri language group. They offered Tumbi Tjil-urmi Titi (Living Arts Centre) as a potential name, which was confirmed by Mary-Anne Gale, Research Associate for Adelaide University’s Linguistics Department, would be the same for Ramindjeri.


Enquiry Desk Gallery / Museum Non Smoking Shop / Gift Shop

Disabled Assistance

Disabled access available


Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation




Free Entry

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