Elvis sighting at Zephyr Gallery in Melbourne, Australia

Thirty years after his death, the King of Rock 'n' Roll lives on in a photographic exhibition at Melbourne’s newest art space, Zephyr Gallery, which opens at Yarra’s Edge in the Docklands on Tuesday, May 1, 2007.

The gallery’s inaugural exhibition, It’s a Long Way to Graceland by award-winning photographer Saville Coble, captures impersonators in full regalia at various events including the annual Elvis Presley Festival in Parkes, New South Wales.

The exhibition is open to the public throughout May, and entry donations, along with sales of the limited-edition prints and a hard-cover book featuring exhibited images, will raise funds for the Mirabel Foundation, established to assist children who have been orphaned or abandoned due to parental illicit drug use and who are now in the care of extended family.

Date of launch

Tuesday, May 1, 2007 (open to the public throughout May)

Gallery hours

Open 7 days 12pm - 5pm

Entry by gold coin donation to the Mirabel Foundation


Zephyr Gallery, 60 River Esplanade (rear of 60 Lorimer Street ),

Yarra’s Edge, Docklands. Melway reference: 2E, F10

Highlights of the gallery launch

  • ABC TV Presenter and RRR’s Tracee Hutchison as MC
  • Killing Heidi's Ella Hooper performing Elvis hits
  • Photographic exhibition and book by Saville Coble
  • Guest appearance by ‘The Aussie Elvis’, Dean Vegas
  • Guest appearance by El Gamble, the oldest Elvis impersonator
  • Auction featuring Elvis memorabilia
  • El Gamble CDs (Elvis covers) for sale with all proceeds

going to the Mirabel Foundation


Launch to raise funds for the Mirabel Foundation




Images from It’s a Long Way to Graceland, Saville Coble’s exhibition at the new Zephyr Gallery, which opens in the Docklands on Tuesday, May 1, 2007 .



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