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Bank of Adelaide (now a gymnasium), King William Street (Keith Conlon)

State Heritage Treasures Embracing Change: Walk With Keith Conlon

Did you know that our biggest courts building was once a department store? Join Keith Conlon, chair of the SA Heritage Council, on a tour of some of our favourite Adelaide State Heritage Places that have been re-purposed to cope with change, shifts in our economy, technology and more. Vital to our sense of history and identity, they now play a role in our future too. Stay for coffee and to share your stories. Please note: This tour does not enter any buildings. Bookings essential.

Presented by Department for Environment and Water, South Australian Heritage Council, History Trust of South Australia


Thu 6 May, 10am (approx. 2 hrs)


Statue of Queen Victoria, Victoria Sq, Adelaide



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David Hanna, 8226 2127,


Open Doors Family Friendly Bookings Essential Wheelchair Access Full Toilet Facilities

Bookings essential
Event capacity: 25 people


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