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A Story of Wild Flowers – The Art of Jean V. Moyle

sa 1 Jun 2024 - 30 Jun 2024
      A Story of Wild Flowers – The Art of Jean V. Moyle Presented by Linhay Gallery – 13 Main North Road, Auburn SA 5451   An historic exhibition of exquisite water-colour paintings and sketches reflecting a life-time of dedication to the natural environment around the River Wakefield
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Ayers House: An Exploration

sa 9 Aug 2024 - 23 Aug 2024
  Come explore and celebrate the recently restored Ayers House grand mansion in a rare never before seen empty state! Upon arrival receive a glass of sparkling as you explore the spectacular rooms including the famous State Dining Room, Grand Staircase and the Family Bedrooms with a number of historical
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Beaumont House Open Days

sa 4 Feb 2024 - 1 Dec 2024
Enjoy a special tour of the house and garden followed by refreshments on the veranda, overlooking the garden, city and gulf (weather permitting). Wander through beautiful gardens and the olive grove.   Claremont Cottage built In 1849 by Augustus Short, first Anglican Bishop of Adelaide and wife Millicent Phillips. Purchased
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Camellia Society September Open Days – Stangate House & Garden

sa 1 Sep 2024 - 22 Sep 2024
The Camellia Society, Adelaide Hills Inc invites you to their September Open Days at Stangate House and Garden. There will be plants for sale and trading table. There is also a refreshments section or you can bring your own picnic lunch to enjoy.  
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Dr. Seuss is on the loose

sa 18 Jul 2024 - 21 Jul 2024
                          A school holidays event for all ages!   Come dressed in a crazy costume, enjoy and experience an adventure like no other. A guaranteed fun time for the family as you explore 13 different rooms at the
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Museum After Dark

sa 1 Aug 2024
Our volunteer guides will show you through the galleries of the museum and the rooms of the Old Customs House, telling stories of the people and events on display as you go through. Devonshire tea available after the tour. Tickets $15 per person with a maximum of twenty people per
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Old Treasury & Tunnels

sa 14 Jan 2024 - 8 Dec 2024
Go underground and journey through winding hallways and hidden chambers to discover the stories within and beneath one of Adelaide’s most oldest buildings. Meet some of the colourful characters who shaped South Australia in the building where history was made. From riots to floods to historic reforms the Treasury sat
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Open Day at Gamble Cottage

sa 17 Dec 2023
Gamble Cottage is open to visitors who have an interested in the history of Coromandel Valley and neighbouring areas that were once part of this locality. There are lots of historic artefacts, furniture and photographs on display and volunteers are on hand to shed light on the history of the cottage and to share the National
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Open Days at Stangate Garden

sa 25 Feb 2024 - 24 Nov 2024
Explore the hidden gem of Stangate Garden, a well-kept secret nestled within the hills. Pack your picnic supplies and indulge in a leisurely day amidst the serene garden backdrop. The mastermind behind this landscape is Elsie Cornish, a celebrated garden designer renowned for her distinctive use of colors and arrangement.
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RailFest – Pichi Richi Railway

sa 27 Jul 2024 - 28 Jul 2024
    PICHI RICHI RAILWAY – Quorn, Flinders Ranges   50 years ago we ran our very first train from Quorn to Summit. To celebrate this anniversary we will be holding a special event on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th of July 2024. Come and view our collection of operational
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Tea Tree Gully Heritage Museum

sa 18 Feb 2024 - 17 Nov 2024
Explore twelve rooms in the building, four display pavilions, blacksmith, police cell, laundry and the charming garden. Discover unique hand-made gifts in our stocked shop. Surrounded in a beautiful garden setting take time to wander and explore. The gardens are dog friendly, so please bring them along. They must be
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The Art Gallery at Waverly Park Homestead

sa 12 Aug 2023 - 15 Dec 2024
The Willunga National Trust established a new Art Gallery in the heritage-listed Waverley Park Homestead in Willunga. The homestead was first owned by Thomas Smith Kell in the 1840s and later by the Aldam and Allen families. It is located near the entrance to the Willunga Golf Course on St
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Victorian Death Exhibition

sa 11 Aug 2024 - 18 Aug 2024
Join us for a ‘Victorian Death’ at Beaumont House between Sunday the 11th to Sunday 18th of August 2024, 10am-3pm daily to view a special mourning attire exhibition, with traditional death cake and coffee available. The mourning customs for women, involved wearing heavy, concealing black clothing, and the use of
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Watchman House

sa 3 Feb 2024 - 7 Dec 2024
Morning teas at the Watchman House are open to locals and visitors from further afield on the first Saturday of the month from February to December. Volunteers will be on hand throughout the mornings to guide groups through the house and share its stories as well as those of other
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Winter Art Workshop – Three Week Course

sa 2 Aug 2024 - 16 Aug 2024
Join local artist Zinia King every Friday morning for a lovely cup of tea or coffee and an exceptional session of watercolour painting at the beautiful Stangate House & Garden. Over a period of 3 weeks, students will dive deep into the wonders of watercolour and pen drawing techniques. Inspired
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Winter High Tea at Stangate House

sa 7 Jul 2024 - 11 Aug 2024
  Join us for an unforgettable Winter High Tea experience at Stangate House & Garden hosted by Bubblewrap Events   You will be clinking teacups, sharing laughter with your friends and family next to a cosy fire and against the exquisite backdrop of the award winning Stangate House & Gardens,
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Z Ward: Behind The Walls

sa 6 Jan 2024 - 10 Aug 2024
For almost 90 years Glenside’s Z Ward was home to South Australia’s “criminally insane”, patients who sat on the overlapping edges of criminality and mental illness.   Z Wards construction was completed in 1885 however, it was not opened until 1888. Patients who were accommodated in Z Ward were Governor’s
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