The Dutch Food & Culture is held at the Albert Hall and is excited to present more stalls and more activities this year. From Heineken and the ever popular Dutch pancakes, you can feast on a large range of delicious Dutch treats. This year’s cultural programme is organised by the Dutch School.
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Celebrate Adelaide’s mid-century modern architecture through this relaxed and informative one-hour guided walking tour through downtown Adelaide.
This tour explores sites around the city where heritage places have been carefully adapted to new purposes with an often funky twist. Discover some remarkable transformations of heritage buildings including a former bank, a rogue department store and a building that survived not one but two fires!
Take the children back in time for a day of Victorian-era fun, with traditional outdoor games, stories, music and imagination on the beautiful lawns of Beaumont House. Food trucks will be onsite for lunch and Devonshire teas will be served on the veranda.
Discover the rich history behind this less-travelled corner of the city. Get to know the people, businesses and organisations who created this fascinating neighbourhood.
Explore the political, cultural and educational institutions, as well as grand residences, established along this classic nineteenth century boulevard. From Adelaide’s finest Victorian era mansion to its first church, find out the stories and people behind Adelaide's most cultured address.
Neither prison nor hospital, the “criminal ward” of the former Glenside Mental Hospital occupies a unique place in South Australia's history. From the rare 'Ha Ha Wall' encircling the building to its striking 1880s polychromatic brickwork, explore the breathtaking architecture and sobering history of this important site.
Life was good if you were lucky enough to join the wealthy social set that hovered around the stately homes of Adelaide's eastern border. Explore the striking mansions and forgotten stories of 19th century Adelaide on this leisurely walk down East Terrace.
Heritage buildings can be imposing sights, but look closer and you'll find that sometimes the most intriguing stories from the past lie in the smaller details. This tour highlights the hidden elements and architectural Easter eggs that tell the real story behind some iconic city structures.