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South Australia’s History Festival

Hike for History | Mercedes College | 26 May 2022

[ May 26, 2022; ]
Hike for History and support future generations
Walk in the footsteps of Olympic medallists, world-class musicians, actors and even the Premier of South Australia.
Join Mercedes College for their exclusive ‘Hike for History’, part of May’s South Australia’s History Festival.  Limited to only 50 guests, this inaugural event will see participants enjoy a pre-hike coffee in the […]

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Pop-Up Storytime at Beaumont House | 12 May 2022

[ May 12, 2022; ]
Pop-Up Storytime at Beaumont House
A very special pop-up storytime hosted by Burnside Library.
Held in the gardens of beautiful Beaumont House, they will share stories of gardens and growing food, reimagining what life would have been like for the people who lived and worked in this historic house and garden.

This event is being held as part […]

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adelaide gaol history day

Adelaide Gaol History Day | Thebarton | 15 May 2022

[ May 15, 2022; ]
Your chance to see Adelaide Gaol’s brand new Story Cells!
New exhibitions, untold stories, never-before-seen artefacts, markets and your chance to own a limited-edition hand engraved rooftop slate from the original 1841 build – you’ll find it all at Adelaide Gaol this History Day.
You might have glimpsed the imposing walls of the historic Adelaide Gaol from […]

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Barossa History Fair | Angaston | 1 May 2022

[ May 1, 2022; ]
Barossa History Fair 2022
Enjoy a day at the Barossa History Fair, held in the Angaston Town Hall during South Australia’s History Festival.
Discover and celebrate the unique history and cultural heritage of the Barossa region on Sunday 1 May.  Enjoy activities for the whole family – attend a Welcome to Country, browse heritage displays and demonstrations […]

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Falling Bombs & Floating Cards | Thebarton Air Raid Shelter | May 2022

[ May 14, 2022 to May 15, 2022. May 21, 2022 to May 22, 2022. ]
Falling Bombs and Floating Cards
Would you like to see a magic show?
Join the oldest magic club in Australia in their underground club rooms for some history, nostalgia and a live magic performance suitable for families of all ages. This is a rare opportunity to look behind the scenes of this most secretive of performing arts.

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Kodomo no Hi Japan Festival | Torrensville | 1 May 2022

[ May 1, 2022; ]
Kodomo no Hi Japan Festival 2022
Celebrate Adelaide’s largest Japanese Cultural Festival in May.
Kodomo no Hi is Adelaide’s largest Japanese Festival, held annually since 1995. The Festival is a celebration of the cultural and social links between the people of Japan and Australia. It is a great day for people of all ages and backgrounds to […]

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Mount Barker Rail Festival | 22 May 2022

[ May 22, 2022; ]
A family-friendly open day at Mount Barker Railway Station, featuring heritage railcar return trips to Bugle Ranges.
For one day, the Mt Barker Rail Festival will be hosted by SteamRanger at the Mt Barker railway station. The festival gives visitors the opportunity to ride on trains between Mt Barker and Philcox Hill, take a tour of […]

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SA Police Historical Society Museum Open Day | 21 & 22 May 2022

[ May 21, 2022 to May 22, 2022. ]
Historical Society volunteers will be available to offer guided tours through Australia’s largest and most comprehensive Police Museum.
Trace the history of SA Police since 1838 as well the history of individual areas such as the development of Aboriginal Policing Units, Criminal Investigations Branch, Police Aircraft Services and the role of SA Police in the early […]

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Heritage on Sunday | Tea Tree Gully Heritage Museum

[ February 20, 2022; March 20, 2022; April 24, 2022; May 11, 2022 to May 15, 2022. ]
Heritage on Sunday Family Friendly Events at the Tea Tree Gully Heritage Museum
Managed and maintained by theTea Tree Gully Branch of the National Trust of South Australia, the Tea Tree Gully Heritage Museum holds public openings on the third Sunday of the month.
The Highercombe Hotel, a prominent landmark in the historic township of Tea Tree […]

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