Head online to download the City of Adelaide’s ‘Multicultural South West’ self-guided walking trail. Adelaide has long been a melting pot of diverse cultures. The Mosque, built between 1888-1889, is the oldest permanent mosque in Australia, while Sturt Street had its very own Afghani herbalist and healer in the 1920s. The Prince Albert Hotel, still serving brews today, was established in 1851 by Ludwig Dreyer, a German settler. This walk offers a glimpse of the multicultural history of Adelaide through our built heritage. This trail is available in hard copy from the Minor Works Building (Monday to Friday).
Presented by City of Adelaide