An inclusive girls school just outside the Adelaide city centre that educated girls on par with their brothers. Unheard of at the time, this beautiful two story red brick building still stands in the shady leafed neighbourhood of St Peters.
An icon of Port Adelaide's waterfront and the former home of South Australia's longest continually operating flour mill, the Hart's Mill complex now hosts a variety of cultural events and community activities
Ian Mudie was a poet, publisher, educator, and lecturer. He was involved with the Australia First movement, the Jindyworobaks, and helped to organise Writers' Week. He was also editor-in-chief of Rigby publishers for five years.
The J Reedman Memorial Drinking Fountain was erected in Creswell Gardens on 7 September 1929. It is made of Angaston marble and signifies the achievements of John Cole Reedman, an Australian sports legend.
The League of Women Voters (so named from 1939), earlier entitled the Women’s Non-Party Political Association, was established in South Australia in 1909 by Lucy Morice. Its main object was the removal of legal, economic and civil inequalities between men and women.