The Museum consists of three buildings, Heide 1 which is the original house where John, Sunday and their adopted son Sweeney lived. Numerous artists such as Sidney Nolan, Albert Tucker and many more also lived there at various times over the years. During these times there were many intermingled relationships between the artists. One such relationship is said to have been a ménage a trios between John, Sunday and Sidney. This building is currently holding the Modern Love: The Lives of John and Sunday Reed exhibition.
|Heide 1 - The home of John and Sunday Reed|
Heide 111 holds a few different exhibitions but currently one of them is the Aleks Danko: My Fellow Aus-Tra-Aliens exhibition. I found most of his pieces very interesting and thought provoking.
There is also a couple of kitchen gardens that supply the Cafe' Vue and lastly the Sculpture Garden.
|Entrance to one of the kitchen gardens|
|Basket and Waves - 1984|
|Scales - 1987|