Proposed changes “won’t protect our heritage buildings”

Proposed changes “won’t protect our heritage buildings” »

Despite repeated denials and persistent misinformation from the State Planning Commission, the Local Government Association of South Australia (LGASA) has made clear its position that heritage protections would be weakened by the changes being proposed by the Commission.  Those working in local government have the most experience in working to protect our heritage.  The LGASA has criticised a lack of detail in policy proposals advocated by the Commission and called […]  Read More »

  • World War 2 buildings at Fort Largs

    These buildings have recently been provisionally listed on the State Heritage list following nomination by the National Trust of South Australia.


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  • Fort Largs, Taperoo

    Fort Largs at Taperoo is one of only two forts built to defend South Australia. The other, Fort Glanville, is further down Adelaide’s coastline at Semaphore. Both forts have great heritage significance as evidence of nineteenth century defence strategy and technology.


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  • City Steam Biscuit Factory

    Former home of Jade Monkey music venue demolished.

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  • Z Ward Glenside

    Sold by the State Government into private hands, new owners Beach Energy are developing plans to refit this important heritage building as office space.

    In 2015, Beach Energy granted the National Trust a lease on the building to run public tours and events.  Find out more at


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  • Royal Adelaide Hospital Heritage Buildings

    Five buildings on the Royal Adelaide Hospital site gain State heritage listing.

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