SALT is a festival celebrating possibility and the astonishing things which happen when innovative people come together.

Our community transformed this blank & tied space back in 2021!

The Kallinyalla Seven Sisters Mural project is a feature community event at #SALTFestival. Kallinyalla means place of sweet water and is the Barngarla name for what is now known as #PortLincoln.
Kallinyalla Garden Centre sits above the underground stream that flows into the spring in the ocean, which is a sacred place for Traditional Owners, and people who visit Kallinyalla reflect on the peace and healing they feel in the place.
The mural project is designed as a sacred celebration of the divine feminine and the connection of humanity across the planet and many cultures to the wonder of the star system Pleiades – known as Seven Sisters.
Community Mural Painting, facilitated by Wiyana Art and supported by Gabalidi Garngoo Association Inc.



Thank you Susan Betts & Delise Sampson, two inspiring and creative artists that made this project come to life!


Sarah Radford – Kallinyalla Garden Centre Social Media / Marketing Officer, Susan Betts – Artist and Delise Sampson – Artist


‘Mosaics of Nature’ – SALT FESTIVAL 2022

Our vision for the 2022 SALT Festival was to work with local mosaic artist, Gail Scholz – GAIL’s MOSAICS  to bring the community together to create flowers and hearts to form our tree of life using pre-loved mosaic pieces.

Gail is a very passionate mosaic artist, teaching, creating and inspiring others through her work! Two workshops were held throughout the SALT Festival for the community to gather and create bright and colourful flowers and hearts by re-purposing tiles, glass & crockery. After many hours, Gail pieced the entire tree together which now hangs pride of place within the garden centre for all to admire – ‘MOSAICS OF NATURE’.

Follow Gail’s Mosaics via FACEBOOK!