Two days at Goolwa saw many groups on the Fleurieu Peninsula prepared for handling collection disasters.
A bronze plaque honouring South Australia’s pioneer winemaker Thomas Hardy was unveiled on Monday 26 March at the former Adelaide Wine Cellars, now Temple Christian College, in Mile End.
Angaston & Penrice Historical Society launch new promotional film about the Doddridge Blacksmith Shop
Over 500 people attended the 175th Proclamation Day Commemoration on 28 December at Glenelg's Old Gum Tree Reserve, including Prime Minister Julia Gillard. Read more about Prime Minister Gillard attends 175th Proclamation Day Commemoration >
Saturday December 3rd saw Strathalbyn’s Police Station & Old Courthouse Museum change its name to the Strathalbyn and District Heritage Centre and hold a party for the many committed volunteers.
Minister for the Arts announces grants of around $180,000 for 2011-2012 to assist South Australian authors, historians, historical groups and museums to research, publish and display our local history.
Organised by the Thebarton Historical Society, a memorial to Maria Gandy, the housekeeper and mistress of South Australia's first Surveyor-General, Colonel William Light was unveiled in Thebarton on 23 November, marking the bicentenary of her birth. Read more about Memorial to Adelaide's first lady unveiled >