1. Synagogue Place

    Synagogue Place, named after the Synagogue built in 1850, has been the centre of the Jewish community in South Australia for much of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. It has since grown, becoming increasingly commercialised with numerous businesses making it their home. 

    Historical Place | By Owen Hems | early nineteenth century, early twentieth century, early twenty–first century, late nineteenth century, late twentieth century, mid nineteenth century, mid twentieth century

  2. Tandanya

    Originally built in 1921 as a power station and office for the Adelaide Electric Supply Company, today this beautiful building houses Tandanya, Adelaide’s Aboriginal Cultural Institution 

    Historical Place | By James Hunter, History Trust of South Australia | East Terrace | 1920s

  3. Tattersall’s Hotel

     The Tattersalls Building on Grenfell Street was built for the South Australian Tattersalls Club (SATC), a betting and gaming club modelled on the London Tattersalls and following the creation of s

    Historical Place

  4. The Prince Albert Hotel

    The Prince Albert Hotel, built in 1852, was associated with the Dreyer family, who originally migrated from Germany. It operated as a family business between 1852 and 1976.

    Historical Place | By Vedrana Budimir, History Trust of South Australia

  5. The Space Between

    Simple stone stands as a reminder of a painful past history. 

    Historical Place | By Corinne Ball, Migration Museum | Parklands

  6. The University of Adelaide

    Reflecting the province's progressive founding ideals, the University of Adelaide on North Terrace was South Australia's first university, established in 1874. 

    Historical Place | By Margaret Anderson, History Trust of South Australia | North Terrace

  7. Torrens Building

    Built in 1881, this heritage-listed building on Victoria Square has long captured the public's imagination with tales of secret tunnels.

    Historical Place | By Alexander Parsons, History Trust of South Australia | Central Market | 1870s, 1880s

  8. Torrens Island internment camp

    During the First World War hundreds of men - 'enemy aliens' - were interned on Torrens Island in the Port River estuary north-west of Adelaide. 

    Historical Place | By Mandy Paul, History Trust of South Australia | 1910s

  9. Torrens Parade Ground and Training Depot

    During both world wars the Parade Ground served as a mustering point and enlistment centre. The distinctive white building, known simply as the Torrens Training Depot, was built in 1936.

    Historical Place | By Margaret Anderson, History Trust of South Australia

  10. Union Church, Peterborough

    Union Chapel was the first building for many denominations in Peterborough.

    Historical Place | 1870s, late nineteenth century

  11. Victoria Park

    Victoria Park was the first official racetrack in South Australia.

    Historical Place | By Catherine Manning, History Trust of South Australia

  12. Victoria Square/ Tarntanyangga

    Victoria Square, named after Princess Victoria (later Queen Victoria) in 1836, is the central and most significant of Adelaide’s squares.

    Historical Place | By Owen Hems | Central Market | Aboriginal Country pre-contact, early nineteenth century, early twentieth century, early twenty–first century, late nineteenth century, late twentieth century, mid nineteenth century, mid twentieth century

  13. Waterside Workers Hall

    November 1960, 1,100 wharfies, tally clerks, seamen and their families cramed into the Waterside Workers Hall.

    Historical Place | By Adam Paterson, South Australian Maritime Museum

  14. Weman Building

    Once home to one of colonial Port Adelaide's highly regarded sail-making and ship's chandlery businesses, the Weman Building has been faithfully restored to its original appearance and is part of the South Australian Maritime Museum's Lipson Street complex.

    Historical Place | By James Hunter, History Trust of South Australia | 1870s, 1880s, 1890s, 1900-1910, 1910s, 1920s, 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000-2010, 2010s

  15. West Parklands

    A temporary camping ground for the early European settlers, the West Parklands developed to host most notably a cemetery and a school.

    Historical Place | By Margaret Anderson, History Trust of South Australia | Northwest corner, Southwest corner | 1830s, 1840s, 1850s, 1860s, 1870s, 1880s, 1890s, 1900-1910, 1910s, 1920s, 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000-2010, 2010s

  16. West Terrace

    A major cemetery, a palace and an observatory have graced West Terrace along with its parklands border

    Historical Place | By Jude Elton, History Trust of South Australia | 1830s, 1840s, 1850s, 1860s, 1870s, 1880s, 1890s, 1900-1910, 1910s, 1920s, 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 2000-2010, 2010s

  17. West Terrace Cemetery

    West Terrace Cemetery reflects the early population groups of Adelaide, and is a popular destination for tour groups.

    Historical Place | By Rhiannon Agutter, History Trust of South Australia | West Terrace | early twentieth century, early twenty–first century, late nineteenth century, late twentieth century, mid nineteenth century, mid twentieth century

  18. Whitmore Hotel

    The Queen’s Arms Tavern or Inn, opened by 1 December 1838, sat on the northwest corner of Wright Street and Brown Street.

    Historical Place | By Jude Elton, History Trust of South Australia

  19. Whitmore Square

    Vibrant Whitmore Square continues to serve its diverse community in the southwest corner of Adelaide

    Historical Place | By Amber Clark, Kara-Lee Ramm and Simone McInnes, Australian Environmental History Course, Flinders University of South Australia and Jude Elton, History SA | Southwest corner | early nineteenth century, early twentieth century, early twenty–first century, late nineteenth century, late twentieth century, mid nineteenth century, mid twentieth century, Second World War

  20. Willaston Migrant Hostel

    Willaston migrant hostel, near Gawler, operated for two distinct periods, the first housing Displaced Persons, the second British migrants.

    Historical Place | By Dr Karen Agutter, the University of Adelaide, & Catherine Manning, Migration Museum | 1950s

  21. Wirrarninthi/Park 23

    Wirrarninthi/Park 23 is the site of a Kaurna food and medicine trail, a playground for children, and sporting facilities.

    Historical Place | By Tennille Anderson, Linnell Hopkins, April Mears and Caitlin Videon, Australian Environmental History Course, Flinders University of South Australia and Jude Elton, History SA | Parklands, Southwest corner, West Terrace | early twentieth century, early twenty–first century, late nineteenth century, late twentieth century, mid nineteenth century, mid twentieth century

  22. Woodside Migrant Hostel

    About 26,000 Displaced Persons and assisted migrants passed through the ‘migrant camp’ at Woodside.

    Historical Place | By Dr Karen Agutter, the University of Adelaide, & Catherine Manning, Migration Museum

  23. Woodville Migrant Hostel

    Woodville appears to have offered a slightly higher standard of accommodation than most of the earlier migrant hostels. 

    Historical Place | By Daniella Pilla, the University of Adelaide, & Catherine Manning, Migration Museum | 1960s, 1970s

  24. Yorke Peninsula

    Life on the ‘ill-shaped leg’ of Yorke Peninsula has revolved around mining, farming, fishing, shipping and tourism, while the region’s sporting prowess is substantial. 

    Historical Place | By Ros Paterson | early nineteenth century, early twentieth century, early twenty–first century, late nineteenth century, late twentieth century, mid nineteenth century, mid twentieth century

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