Enjoy a taste of Womadelaide at Beaumont House with four internationally claimed artists performing during the afternoon.
The final 'Summer Sunday at Beaumont House' of the season will be held on Sunday 18 March 2018, from midday. All are welcome to join in the festivities!
Enjoy exciting live music performances, delicious food and wine, exclusive market stalls and much more at historic Beaumont House.
Families are welcome to stroll through the beautifully restored gardens and play a game of bocce, quoits or croquet on the lawn or simply relax on a picnic rug.
Adding to the atmosphere is a selection of Adelaide's finest food trucks, serving up delicious sweet and savoury delights. There will also be delectable cheese platters and Devonshire tea on the veranda of Beaumont House. K1 by Geoff Hardy will also be on hand with delicious wines.
In Secret Garden, Soundstream curates a musical adventure in the unique gardens of Beaumont House, with different artists performing on the hour!
Composer Jesse Budel explores the resonance of a ruined colonial piano through new settings of old bush ballads.
Alex Tsiboulski, acclaimed classical guitarist, performs works from Australia, Brazil and Argentina.
Saxophonist Derek Pascoe is the pied piper, leading guests of all ages on an exploratory journey through the gardens, accompanied by our garden expert.
Derek has been playing saxophone professionally for over 40 years throughout Europe, Japan and Australia. He has played at many of London's prestigious Jazz venues and in 2014 composed the music to Dylan Thomas's Under Milkwood, which received its world premiere in the Elder Hall in Adelaide.
Frank Yamma is one of Australia's most significant Indigenous songwriters. Frank has the gift to cross-cultural and musical boundaries – a love song sung in Pitjantjatjara will make your heart sing in whatever language you speak.
Come and enjoy the beautiful gardens of this historic property and support the work of the National Trust.
No bookings are required, simply purchase your $10 ticket at the gate. Concession card holders (pensioners and National Trust members) pay the discounted fee of $8 and children 15 years and under are FREE.
For more information on this event, please visit www.nationaltrust.org.au