Adelaide

Adelaide, 5000, City of Adelaide, South Australia, 5000, Australia
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South Australian Living Artists Festival (Q7566121)
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\n\nThe South Australian Living Artists Festival (SALA) is an annual free visual arts festival in South Australia.\n

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Torrens Parade Ground (Q7827028)
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Torrens Parade Ground (also known as the Torrens Training Depot) is a former military facility located in Adelaide, South Australia. It is the location of South Australia's Vietnam War Memorial, and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander War Memorial.\n

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Samstag Museum (Q15274714)
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The Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art was established c. 1977 as the "College Gallery" of the South Australian College of Advanced Education (SACAE) at its Underdale campus. Over the next 30 years it had several names and locations.

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Riverside Rowing Club (Q18165990)
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Riverside Rowing Club Incorporated (RRC) is a non profit association located in South Australia. RRC has a strong Masters Rowing focus (27 years and over) and actively supports senior and school rowing.\n

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Pulteney Street (Q7259729)
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Pulteney Street (34.923°S 138.606°E\ufeff / -34.923; 138.606) is a main road which runs north-south through the middle of the eastern half of the Adelaide city centre, in Adelaide, South Australia. It runs north-south from North Terrace, through Hindmarsh and Hurtle Squares, to South Terrace, where it becomes Unley Road, and subsequently, (at Cross Road), becomes Belair Road.\n

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Sturt Street (Q7629151)
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Sturt Street is a street in the south-western sector of the centre of Adelaide, South Australia. It runs east-west between West Terrace to King William Street, passing through Whitmore Square. After crossing King William Street, it continues as Halifax Street.\n

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Adelaide Showground railway station (Q16207882)
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Adelaide Showground railway station is located on the Belair and Seaford/Tonsley lines, and is located in the inner western Adelaide suburb of Keswick. It is four kilometres from Adelaide station, and replaced Keswick station and the temporary Showground Central station.\n

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Fringe World (Q16891412)
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Fringe World Festival is an annual multi-arts fringe festival held in Perth, Western Australia during the city's summer festival season of January/February. Fringe World is recognised as the third largest Fringe in the world. The 2018 Festival recorded over 368,000 tickets sold, valued at $10.1 million and attendance at free and ticketed events was almost one million.

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Hamilton's Ewell Vineyards (Q18165673)
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Hamilton's Ewell Vineyards was a winery founded by Richard Hamilton (1792–1852) in the early days of the colony of South Australia.

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Adelaide Glaciarium (Q19870517)
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The Adelaide Glaciarium (also known as Ice Palace Skating Rink) was the first indoor ice skating facility built in Australia. This is the birthplace for ice skating in Australia and is the location of the first hockey on the ice match in the country, which was an adaptation of roller polo for the ice using ice skates. Contemporary ice hockey was never played at this venue but this ice skating rink, the country\'s first, provided the "test bed" facility for its successor the Melbourne Glaciarium, the birthplace of ice hockey in Australia.\n

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Rundle Street (Q7379788)
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Rundle Street is a street in the East End of the city centre of Adelaide, the capital of South Australia. It runs from Pulteney Street in the west to East Terrace, where it becomes Rundle Road. (A separate Rundle Street continues from Rundle Road through Kent Town). Its former western extent, which ran to King William Street, was closed in 1972 to form the pedestrian street of Rundle Mall. The street is in proximity to the Adelaide Botanic Gardens, Rymill Park, Hindmarsh Square and North Terrace.

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Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute (Q7682408)
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The Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, usually referred to simply as Tandanya, is an art museum located on Grenfell Street in Adelaide, South Australia. It specialises in promoting Indigenous Australian art, including visual art, music and storytelling. The institute is receiving donations from an Indian origin industrial family since 2006.\n

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Torrens University Australia (Q7827033)
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Torrens University Australia is a private university with locations in Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. It is part of the Laureate International Universities network and is Australia's third private university.

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Mile End Goods railway station (Q14935739)
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Mile End Goods railway station was a railway station dedicated to goods located in the suburb of Mile End on the western fringe of the Adelaide city centre in South Australia. It was located 2.9 kilometres from Adelaide station.\n

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Christie Walk (Q15210066)
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Christie Walk is a model ecological cohousing development in central Adelaide, Australia. It consists of 27 dwellings on a 2,000 square metres site. It was designed by local architect Paul Downton and completed in 2006. Its innovative aspects include energy- and water-saving measures, use of ethical finance and use of recycled non-toxic materials.

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Scots Church, Adelaide (Q19878796)
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Scots Church is a stone Uniting Church building on the southwest corner of North Terrace and Pulteney Street in Adelaide, the capital city of South Australia. It was one of the early churches built in the new city in 1850. It was built as the "Chalmers Free Church of Scotland".

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South Australian School of Design (Q19879205)
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The South Australian School of Design was an art school in the earliest days of the City of Adelaide, the progenitor of the South Australian School of Arts, a department of the University of South Australia.

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Veale Gardens (Q7917694)
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Veale Gardens is part of the Adelaide Parklands throughout and surrounding the City of Adelaide. It is located in the South Parklands surrounded by Greenhill and Peacock Roads, South Terrace, and Sir Lewis Cohen Avenue. The gardens can be entered by entrances on South Terrace.

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Verco Building (Q7921007)
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The Verco Building is situated in the Adelaide city centre at 178-179 North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia, and is today part of the Myer Centre.

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Wang Wang and Funi (Q7967654)
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Wang Wang and Funi are two giant pandas on loan to Adelaide Zoo in Australia. The pandas are on loan for ten years, part of a conservation program to protect endangered wildlife.

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Grenfell Street (Q12059108)
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Grenfell Street (34.924°S 138.602°E\ufeff / -34.924; 138.602) is a major street in the north-east quarter of the centre of the city of Adelaide, South Australia. The street runs west-east from King William Street to East Terrace. On the other side of King William Street, it continues as Currie Street. Its intersection with Pulteney Street is encircled by Hindmarsh Square.\n

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Torrens Building (Q19880054)
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The Torrens Building, named after Sir Robert Richard Torrens, is a State Heritage listed building on the corner of Victoria Square and Wakefield Street in Adelaide, South Australia. Originally known as the Government Offices, the Torrens Building has been home to a number of government departments for most of its existence. Since 2005, it been the site of the University City Adelaide precinct, housing campuses of Carnegie Mellon University, Cranfield University, University College London and Torrens University.

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Sir Donald Bradman Drive (Q7526425)
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Sir Donald Bradman Drive is a major arterial road that travels east–west through the western suburbs of Adelaide, South Australia. It is the main route from the Adelaide city centre to the Adelaide Airport.\n

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Tarndanyangga (Q7686406)
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Tarndanyangga (34°55′50″S 138°36′15″E) (Kaurna pronunciation:\xa0[ˈd̪̥aɳɖaɲaŋɡa][1]) is the Kaurna word for red kangaroo dreaming or red kangaroo rock, and although is one half of the official name of Victoria Square, Adelaide, it was used in Kaurna language to refer to the greater area of what is now the immediate Adelaide city region. \n

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Flinders University Art Museum (Q18164839)
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Flinders University Art Museum & City Gallery (FUAM) is preserving and developing the Flinders University’s historical and contemporary art collections.

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Jubilee Oval (Q18165703)
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The Jubilee Oval was a sporting ground created in 1895 between the Jubilee Exhibition Building and the River Torrens. It was located next to the railway station at the end of the Jubilee Exhibition Railway line, which operated from 1887-1927. It incorporated a (banked) cycle racing track; and a new grandstand and seating on the mound were built in 1896.

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UCL Australia (Q19880139)
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UCL Australia is an international campus of the University College London, located on Victoria Square in Adelaide, South Australia. It has three parts: the School of Energy and Resources (SERAus), the International Energy Policy Institute (IEPI) and a branch of UCL\'s Mullard Space Science Laboratory. UCL Australia describes its university community as "welcoming, dynamic and influential."

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Candid Camera (Q5031714)
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\n\n\nCandid Camera: Australian Photography 1950s–1970s was a group retrospective exhibition of social documentary photography held at the Art Gallery of South Australia from 28 May to 1 August 2010.

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City Sk8 Park, Adelaide (Q5123423)
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City Sk8 Park was a skate-boarding facility situated in Park 27 of the Adelaide Park Lands on North Terrace, in Adelaide, South Australia. It was located next to the railway tracks and the Morphett Street Bridge. \n

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Environment Institute, University of Adelaide (Q5381024)
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The Environment Institute at the University of Adelaide brings together research groups in fields of science, engineering and economics relating to the management and use of natural resources and infrastructure. Research undertaken within the Institute aims to contribute to improvements in the management of natural resources including water, soil, land and native flora and fauna, particularly under changing climate and economic conditions. It was launched on the eve of World Environment Day, Thursday 4 June 2009.

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Frome Road, Adelaide (Q5505736)
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\n\nFrome Road (34.917°S 138.606°E\ufeff / -34.917; 138.606) is a connecting road in the South Australian capital city of Adelaide. It starts from North Terrace in the Adelaide city centre, running in a northerly direction past the University of South Australia, the Royal Adelaide Hospital, the Institute of Medical and Veterinary Science and the University of Adelaide, and then through the Adelaide Parklands to the Adelaide Zoo where it turns northeasterly, crosses the River Torrens via Albert Bridge, and continues through the parklands to the intersection with Melbourne Street and Brougham Place in North Adelaide.

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Grote Street (Q5610679)
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Grote Street is a major street in the CBD of the centre of Adelaide, South Australia. It runs in an east-west direction, as a continuation of Wakefield Street where it crosses Victoria Square. It concludes at West Terrace; the road which continues is Sir Donald Bradman Drive. The Grote Street–Sir Donald Bradman Drive route is the most direct method of travelling from the CBD to the Adelaide Airport.\n

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Hindley Street (Q5766110)
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Hindley Street is located in the north-west quarter of the centre of Adelaide, the capital of South Australia. It runs between King William Street and West Terrace. The street was named after British parliamentarian and social reformist, Charles Hindley.

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Gilles Street (Q5562090)
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\n\nGilles Street (34.934°S 138.609°E\ufeff / -34.934; 138.609) is a street in the south-eastern sector of the centre of Adelaide, South Australia. It runs east-west between East Terrace and King William Street, crossing Hutt Street and Pulteney Street. It was named after Osmond Gilles, an early treasurer of the colony of South Australia on 23 May 1837.

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Himeji Gardens (Q5765242)
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Adelaide's Himeji Gardens is a traditional styled Japanese garden, a gift from Adelaide's sister city, Himeji in 1982. It is located in Park 18 (Peppermint Park / Wita Wirra), one of the southern parts of the Adelaide Park Lands in Adelaide, South Australia. The entrance is from South Terrace, between Pulteney and Hutt Streets.

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Dazzleland (Q5243699)
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Dazzeland was a two-storey indoor amusement park occupying the top levels of the REMM Myer Centre in Rundle Mall, a major shopping mall in Adelaide, Australia. The centre was built between 1988 and 1991, at a cost of $1 billion. Some years later, the centre was sold for $140 million, contributing to the collapse of the State Bank of South Australia.\n

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FUSE Festival (Q5427290)
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Fuse is an Australian Music festival and Music Business Conference held annually in the South Australian capital of Adelaide in February. The Fuse Festival features keynote addresses, panel discussions, round table discussions and the opportunity to meet with the industry elite from the Australian and International Scene that Fuse have brought to Adelaide.\n

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Keswick railway station (Q6395284)
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Keswick railway station was a station on the Belair, Seaford and Tonsley lines, and was located in the inner western Adelaide suburb of Keswick. It was located 3.8 kilometres from Adelaide station.\n

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North Terrace (Q7056959)
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North Terrace is one of the four terraces that bound the central business and residential district of Adelaide, the capital city of South Australia. It runs east-west, along the northern edge of "the square mile". The western end continues on to Port Road, and the eastern end continues across the Adelaide Parklands as Botanic Road.

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Pioneer Women's Memorial Garden (Q7196839)
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The Pioneer Women's Memorial Garden in Park 12 of the Park Lands of Adelaide, South Australia, is a tribute to the pioneer women of South Australia. The garden was designed by landscape designer Elsie Cornish (1887-1946), and the statue created by Ola Cohn was unveiled by Lady Muriel Barclay-Harvey (the wife of the Governor of South Australia, Sir Malcolm Barclay-Harvey) on 19 April 1941.

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East Terrace (Q5329514)
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East Terrace (34.927°S 138.614°E\ufeff / -34.927; 138.614) marks the eastern edge of the city centre of Adelaide, the capital city of South Australia. It is one of the main north-south thoroughfares through the east side of the city. Although the terrace essentially runs north-south between North Terrace and South Terrace, unlike Adelaide\'s other three terraces, its path is far from a straight line; travelling the entire length of East Terrace requires turning at right angles at most intersections. After crossing South Terrace, the street continues through the parklands as Beaumont Road, but unlike other roads through the parklands it is not a thoroughfare; there is a break in the middle of it. \n

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Eynesbury Senior College (Q5422948)
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Eynesbury Senior College is a private co-educational high school on Franklin Street in the city centre of Adelaide, the capital of South Australia. The college comprises a modern, five-storey, multi-function complex and caters for Year 10, 11 and 12 students.\n

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Gouger Street (Q5588182)
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Gouger Street is a main street in the centre of Adelaide, South Australia. It was named after Robert Gouger, first Colonial Secretary of South Australia. Gouger Street is known for its high-end international restaurants and cafes. Cuisines found along Gouger Street include Italian, French, Argentinian, Malaysian, Vietnamese, Chinese and Thai. Many of the restaurants on Gouger Street have won awards; some of the better known ones are Star of Siam (which specializes in Thai cuisine), La Porchetta (Italian) and Chi on Gouger.\n

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Hutt Street (Q5950943)
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Hutt Street (34.926°S 138.612°E\ufeff / -34.926; 138.612) is a main road on the eastern boundary of the central business district (CBD) of Adelaide, South Australia. It runs north-south, from Pirie Street, and can be considered a branch of East Terrace. It runs to South Terrace, where it becomes Hutt Road.\n

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National War Memorial (Q6979342)
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The National War Memorial is a monument on the north edge of the city centre of Adelaide, South Australia, commemorating those who served in the First World War. Opened in 1931, the memorial is located on the corner of North Terrace and Kintore Avenue, adjacent to the grounds of Government House. Memorial services are held at the site throughout the year, with major services on both Anzac Day (25\xa0April) and Remembrance Day (11\xa0November).\n

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Pirie Street (Q7197987)
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Pirie Street is a road on the east side of the centre of Adelaide, the capital of South Australia. It runs east-west, between East Terrace and King William Street. After crossing King William Street, it continues as Waymouth Street. It forms the southern boundary of Hindmarsh Square which is in the centre of the north-east quadrant of the city centre.\n

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Carrington Street (Q5046444)
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Carrington Street is a street in the south-eastern sector of the centre of Adelaide, South Australia. It runs east-west, from East Terrace to King William Street, blocked at Hutt Street and crossing Pulteney Street at Hurtle Square. It is one of the narrow streets of the Adelaide grid, at 1 chain (66\xa0ft; 20\xa0m) wide.\n

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Glen Osmond Road (Q5567937)
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Glen Osmond Road is a major section of the Princes Highway and state Highway 1 in the city of Adelaide, South Australia. Connecting the Adelaide city centre with the Adelaide Hills via the South Eastern Freeway; Glen Osmond Road carries half of Adelaide's freight traffic and is the major commuter route from the southern Adelaide Hills. It has intersections at Greenhill Road, Fullarton Road, Cross Road and Portrush Road.\n

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IOOF Building (Q5972883)
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\n\nIOOF Building may refer to two buildings in the centre of the city of Adelaide, South Australia. The first was built in the late 19th century and was demolished in the early-mid 1960s. As a result of this, the second was built as a "replacement" in the mid 1960s.\n

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Halifax Street (Q5642257)
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Halifax Street is a street in the south-eastern sector of the centre of Adelaide, South Australia. It runs east–west between East Terrace and King William Street, crossing Hutt Street and Pulteney Street and passing through Hurtle Square. It was named after Sir Charles Wood (later Charles Wood, 1st Viscount Halifax), British Member of Parliament for Halifax.

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Jubilee 150 Walkway (Q6301804)
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The Jubilee 150 Walkway, also variously known as the Jubilee 150 Commemorative Walk, the Jubilee 150 Walk, and the Jubilee Walk, is a series of (initially) 150 bronze plaques set into the pavement of North Terrace, Adelaide in from to the Prince Henry Gardens. It was officially opened on 21 December 1986. It was commissioned as part of the celebrations commemorating the 150th anniversary of the founding of the Province of South Australia (by the British). The plaques contain the names and deeds of (initially) 170 people who made major contributions to the founding and development of South Australia. Since 1986, the Adelaide City Council has added four plaques.

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Media Resource Centre (Q6805535)
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The Media Resource Centre is a not-for-profit film and television training organisation based in Adelaide, South Australia. The MRC is a member of the Screen Development Australia (SDA) national network. Other members include Metro Screen (NSW), Open Channel (Vic), QPIX (Qld), Wide Angle Tasmania (Tas), and FTI (WA).

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Elder Conservatorium of Music (Q5353931)
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The Elder Conservatorium of Music, also known as "The Con", is Australia\'s senior academy of music and is located in the centre of Adelaide, the capital of South Australia. It is named in honour of its benefactor, Sir Thomas Elder. Dating in its earliest form from 1883, it has a distinguished history in the intensive professional training for musical performance, musical composition, research in all fields of music, and comprehensive music education. The Elder Conservatorium of Music and its forerunners have been integral parts of the University of Adelaide since the early 1880s.\n

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River Torrens (Q251224)
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The River Torrens is the most significant river of the Adelaide Plains and was one of the reasons for the siting of the city of Adelaide, capital of South Australia. It flows 85 kilometres (53\xa0mi) from its source in the Adelaide Hills near Mount Pleasant, across the Adelaide Plains, past the city centre and empties into Gulf St Vincent between Henley Beach South and West Beach. The upper stretches of the river and the reservoirs in its watershed supply a significant part of the city's water supply. The river's long linear parks and a constructed lake in the lower stretch are iconic of the city.\n

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Supreme Court of South Australia (Q356259)
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The Supreme Court of South Australia is the superior court of the Australian state of South Australia. The Supreme Court is the highest South Australian court in the Australian court hierarchy. It has unlimited jurisdiction within the state in civil matters, and hears the most serious criminal matters. The Court is composed of a Chief Justice and as many other judges (called justices) as may be required.\n

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Australian Society for Fish Biology (Q28220029)
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The Australian Society for Fish Biology is a professional organisation of fish and fisheries researchers. Founded in 1971, the society describes itself as a "professional, independent, non-profit, non-commercial and non-aligned organisation." The Australian Society for Fish Biology holds annual conferences for its members, sometimes in partnership with related organisations such as the Oceania Chondrichthyan Society and the Australian Society for Limnology. Former presidents of the society include Gerry Allen (1979-81), Julian Pepperell (1991-93) and Bronwyn Gillanders (2012-13).

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St Patrick's Church, Adelaide (Q24041409)
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St Patrick's Church is a heritage-listed Roman Catholic church on Grote Street, Adelaide, South Australia. Opened in 1914, St Patrick's was built as a replacement for the original St. Patrick's church that is considered the first Catholic Church in Adelaide. Today the Church is used for services in languages other than English, including Portuguese and Croatian.\n

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Parliament of South Australia (Q3054418)
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The Parliament of South Australia at Parliament House, Adelaide is the bicameral legislature of the Australian state of South Australia. It consists of the 47-seat House of Assembly (lower house) and the 22-seat Legislative Council (upper house). All of the lower house and half of the upper house is filled at each election. It follows a Westminster system of parliamentary government. \n

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5MBS (Q4641067)
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5MBS is a community radio station in Adelaide. 5MBS covers much of the Adelaide metropolitan area.\n

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Adelaide Rowing Club (Q4681776)
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The Adelaide Rowing Club (ARC) is a rowing club located in Adelaide, South Australia. The Patron of the ARC is the Right Honourable Lord Mayor of Adelaide, Mr Martin Haese.

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Barr Smith Library (Q4863112)
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The Barr Smith Library is the main library of the University of Adelaide, situated in the centre of the North Terrace campus. The library was named in honour of Robert Barr Smith who donated £9000 to buy books. In 1920 his family gave an extra £11,000 in the form of an endowment and in 1928 his son, Tom Elder Barr Smith, gave £30,000 for the Barr Smith library building.\n

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Beehive Corner (Q4879794)
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The Beehive Corner is a landmark in the Adelaide city centre, on the north-eastern corner of King William Street and Rundle Street, centrally placed between the railway station and the city's shopping precinct.

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Adelaide Arcade (Q4681666)
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Adelaide Arcade is a heritage shopping arcade in the centre of Adelaide, South Australia.

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Adelaide Fringe Festival (Q4681716)
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The Adelaide Fringe is the world's second-largest annual arts festival, and the largest in the Southern Hemisphere, held in the South Australian capital of Adelaide. For 31 days and nights during February and March, it features more than 5,000 artists from around Australia and the world, featuring world premieres, hit shows and new artists. Over 1100 events are staged in pop-up venues in parks, warehouses, laneways and disused buildings as well as established venues such as theatres, hotels, bars, pubs, art galleries and cafes.\n

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Ayers House (Q4831192)
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The Ayers House is the modern name for an historic mansion in Adelaide, South Australia located on North Terrace. It is named after Sir Henry Ayers, five times Premier of South Australia and wealthy industrialist, who occupied it from 1855 until 1897. It is the only mansion on North Terrace to have survived. The house was listed on the South Australian Heritage Register since 24 July 1980.

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Adelaide 500 (Q4635078)
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The Adelaide 500 (previously known by its long-term sponsored name as the Clipsal 500 Adelaide or colloquially as Clipsal) is an annual motor racing event for Supercars, held on the streets of the east end of Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. First held in 1999, the event uses a shortened form of the Adelaide Street Circuit, the former Australian Grand Prix track.

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Adelaide Festival of Ideas (Q4681710)
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The Adelaide Festival of Ideas (AFOI) fosters the public promulgation, discussion and critique of culturally and socially relevant ideas from South Australia, Australia, and around the world. It has been held every two years, over a period of three or four days. From 1999 until 2009 it ran in July. In 2011, 2013 and 2016 it ran in October. In 2018, the AFOI is held on 12-15 July.

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Adelaide College of the Arts (Q4681695)
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The Adelaide College of the Arts, (also known as AC Arts), (previously known as Adelaide Centre for the Arts) is a campus of TAFE South Australia that specialises in performing arts education. It is located on Light Square, Adelaide, opposite the Adelaide campus of TAFE SA.\n

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South Australia Police (Q7566092)
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The South Australia Police (SAPOL) is the police force of the Australian state of South Australia. It is an agency of the Government of South Australia within the South Australian Department of Justice. SAPOL is directed by the Commissioner of Police, who reports to the Minister for Police. As of 30\xa0June\xa02017, South Australia Police had 4948 active sworn members, including 339 cadets in training and 132 protective services officers, as well as approximately and 920 civilian staff operating across 28 metropolitan and 110 regional police stations..\n

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Australian Grape and Wine Authority (Q19570920)
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The Australian Grape and Wine Authority is responsible for research, development and extension of the wine industry in Australia, including protecting the reputation of Australian wine. It was created in 2014 by merging Wine Australia and the Grape and Wine Research and Development Corporation.

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Department of the Premier and Cabinet (Q19872854)
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The Department of the Premier and Cabinet is a department of the Government of South Australia. It provides central agency leadership on matters affecting South Australia’s prosperity. The department provides economic and policy advice to support the government’s strategic priorities, to maximise the value of its international relationships and to manage its ICT Strategy, innovation and investment.

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Defence SA (Q28224042)
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Defence SA is the Government of South Australia's lead agency for all defence matters. It is Australia's only stand-alone state defence organisation. The department encourages investment in and expansion of the defence sector while driving and supporting the delivery of major defence projects and facilities.

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