The power of possibility

Colour Tumby is proudly brought to you by SA Power Networks .. bringing the power of possibility to Eyre Peninsula

South Australia is an international leader in integrating clean and green energy resources into the state’s energy system. SA Power Networks is helping to facilitate this transition, working with customers and other partners to develop a world-leading system that we can all be proud of.

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Colour Tumby is proudly brought to you by the South Australian Tourism Commission.

The South Australian Tourism Commission (SATC) markets South Australia as a holiday destination nationally and internationally and builds the state's events calendar by securing, developing and expanding major events and festivals to grow the visitor economy and create jobs for the state.



Iron Road is the owner and developer of the Central Eyre Iron Project, an advanced, long-life iron ore mining, beneficiation and infrastructure development opportunity on the Eyre Peninsula.
Cape Hardy is designed to be South Australia’s first Capesize capable multi-user, multi-commodity export port facility. Iron Road respects local landowners and business operators and the Company makes every effort to engage openly, honestly and transparently with all stakeholders on the progress of this key regional project.

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The District Council of Tumby Bay is proud to be an integral part of the team who operate the Colour Tumby event programme, and to see the benefits throughout our town and district.


Tumby Bay Progress Association kickstarted the Colour Tumby Street Art Festival in 2017 with Tumby Bay's famous silo art painted by acclaimed muralist Martin Ron and ran multiple groundbreaking street art festivals before joining forces with the local council in 2021.


Eyre Peninsula Broadcasters has been a great supporter of the festival over the years and continues to promote Colour Tumby and support our events throughout the year. 
You can hear 5CC and Magic FM stations loud and clear throughout the Eyre Peninsula on 765AM, 93.9FM and 99.5FM.