History Festival 2018 in City South
It’s fantastic to see so many venues in the City South Precinct hosting events in this year’s History Festival in May.
We encourage you to explore the rich history of our Patch, and support our local businesses and organisations.
Below is a list of the all the local events in this year’s program.
Click on the events listed to go to the History Festival page for info and bookings.
Adelaide South West Community Centre – 171 Sturt St
Capital Landscapes – The Genius of Light, L’Enfant and The Griffins
Sat 5 May 12.45pm. (Talk)
Hereos Honoured by Torode’s Gallipoli Grove Memorial
Sat 5 May 1.45pm (Talk)
Multicultural South West Self Guided Walking Trail
9.30am-5pm through May (Self Guided Tour)
Afghan Haerbalists & Cameleers 0f SW Adelaide
Sat 12 May 10am-1pm (Guided Tour)
Old Ghan Railway Line: A Disappointment or a Great Success?
Sat 26 May 1.30pm-4.30pm (Talk/Exhibition)
Bike SA – 53 Carrington St
Holy Sunday Self Guided Bicycle Trail
10pm-4pm throughout May (Self Guided Tour)
NCW House – 95 South Tce
Reflections of NCWSA, Adelaide Miethke OBE & Pioneer Women’s Memorial Garden
Fri 11 & Sat 12 May 11am-4pm (Exhibition)
SAPHIL House – 22 Gray Court
Lainie Anderson & The Memorial Flight by Ross & Keith Smith
Wed 2 May 7.45pm (Talk)
Picture Postcard Display & Open Day
Sat 12 May 10pm-4pm (Open Day /Exhibition)
Port Adelaide Seen Through Picture Postcards
Tue 22 May 7.30pm (Exhibition/Talk)
St Mary Magdalene Anglican Church – 25 Moore St
Alive to the Needs of the City
Sun 6, 13 & 20 May 12-2pm (Open Day)