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Queen Adelaide Room, 2018

Happy birthday Queen Adelaide

Every August, the City of Adelaide celebrates the birthday (13 August) of the city’s namesake, Queen Adelaide (b.1792 – d.1849) – welcoming everyone to discover a little more about her connection with the city’s history...

Umbrella Winter City Sounds - 2017

Music reigns in Adelaide this winter

It’s hard to feel the cold if you’re too busy busting a move! The Umbrella: Winter City Sounds festival showers Adelaide with music events in July so, put your dancing shoes on, head out the front door and go experience...

Yvonne Agius

Championing reconnection: Aunty Yvonne Agius

NAIDOC Week is held nationally in July. 2018’s theme, Because of her, we can!, will celebrate the invaluable contributions that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women have made – and continue to make – to...

University of Adelaide graduate, Tracey Trang Vu

My Adelaide life

Adelaide is as diverse in its people, as it is in what it offers. We asked two international students to share why they chose Adelaide to study and live, and their favourite city finds. Mark Ong  Why Adelaide? I chose...

Bike parts

Abandoned bikes go to good homes

Moving to a new country is challenging under any circumstances. But for refugees, settling in to a new home after what has often been a traumatic journey can be even more difficult. Finding somewhere to live, organising...

Adelaide Town Hall

Tour Town Hall with a friendly guide

There’s nothing like a first-hand experience to bring the past to life – and a free guided tour of Adelaide Town Hall is an excellent place to start uncovering the city’s rich history.

Kashaguava

Sweet city sounds

Music is a powerful medium. Whatever your jam, listening to even a few simple chords, especially when performed live, can be a transformative experience.

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