Arts and Culture
When you visit Hindmarsh, you visit a region that is rich in pioneer and agricultural history, that celebrates its history with arts and artefacts from the period and where artists rejoice in its beauty by creating art, crafts and natural produce.
The Rainbow Players have been entertaining Rainbow and surrounding districts for over 30 years. They aim to produce one show a year which is bound to keep you entertained!
Historic Homestead Yurunga was built somewhere between 1909 & 1910 and is located in Rainbow in Northwest Victoria.
Phone: (03) 5395 1373
Address: Corner Cust and Gray Streets, Rainbow
The life and history of the early pioneers, our town and region have been captured in our spectacular brightly coloured rainbow murals, which are well renowned and worthy of a visit at the various locations around town.
Rainbow archive and Historical Society
Located in former Masonic Lodge, King Street, Rainbow.
Founded in 1993, the Rainbow Archive collects and preserves historical materials of the district and is open by appointment. Those who would like to research materials such as maps, artefacts, photographs will be simply fascinated by our local history.
Phone: Diane Wall on 53 951 416 to arrange a visit
Showcasing original, quality works of art by local artists/artisans, both established and emerging.
No 6 Victoria Street
Phone: 0427 878 293
Desert Edge Arts Gallery
87-89 Nelson Street
Phone: 0447 829 062
Piggery Lane Players
For over 40 years, Piggery Lane Players have been performing musicals, plays and dramas for the Nhill Community and surrounds!
Nhill and District Historical Society
102 - 104 Macpherson Street Nhill Victoria
phone: +61 03 5391 2185 home 03 5391 3131
Kumbala Native garden open garden weekends
Full of native flora and fauna. Something for everyone to see.
565 Jeparit East Road, Jeparit
(03) 5397 2138 or 0427 972 13
One of the many murals adorning buildings around Rainbow.