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Fort Glanville
Adelaide CBD
Fort Glanville is one of the most complete examples of a 19th Century coastal artillery fort in Australia. Overlooking Semaphore Beach, the fort was built in 1880 to defend Adelaide and the important shipping area of Port Adelaide. Armed with military personnel, cannons, guns, a guard room, barracks, gunners mess, officers quarters and stores, Fort Glanville was ready should an invasion occur. Luckily, the invasion never came.
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Garden Island Ships' Graveyard Maritime Heritage Trail
Adelaide CBD
The abandoned wrecks of the Garden Island Ships' Graveyard near Port Adelaide represent a collection of crafts that plied South Australian waters in an era when the maritime industry dominated transport, trade and employment.
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Hardys Tintara Cellar Door
Mclaren Vale
Experience the rare historic beauty of the heritage-listed Hardys Tintara Winery and surround yourself with the beautiful gardens and classic McLaren Vale wines we have to offer.
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Heritage Highlights interpretive trail - West Terrace Cemetery
Adelaide CBD
Encounter remarkable human stories of courage and heartbreak, struggle and success as you weave your way through State Heritage listed West Terrace Cemetery on this self-guided heritage trail.
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Heysen - The Cedars
Hahndorf
The Cedars is a gracious old home containing a fine collection of paintings and drawings by artist Sir Hans Heysen.
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Hindmarsh Historical Fire And Folk Museum
Adelaide CBD
The Hindmarsh Historical Fire and Folk Museum was one of the first historical societies in South Australia and its aim was to preserve memorabilia from the Hindmarsh area for future generations to see and enjoy.
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Jervois Basin Ships Graveyard
Adelaide CBD
Jervois Basin, in the upper reaches of the Port River, was a major ship-breaking site in Port Adelaide between the early 1900s and the late 1960s. Vessels salvaged here included large and small wooden and iron sailing ships, steamers and tugs.
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Jetty Road
Adelaide CBD
Jetty Road is the shopping and dining hub for beachside Glenelg, one of Adelaide's most popular beaches.
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Mary Mackillop  Centre
Adelaide CBD
Mary MacKillop Centre in Kensington is a museum and interpretive centre, which highlights aspects of the educational and welfare work done by well-known Australian women, Mary MacKillop and the Sisters of St Joseph in nineteenth century South Australia.
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Migration Museum
Adelaide CBD
Visit the Migration Museum to soak up the social history of South Australian immigration and settlement.
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