Adelaide City Heritage is a place where we can celebrate, discuss and protect heritage in the City of Adelaide.  It is an initiative of the National Trust of South Australia, the State’s leading heritage advocate for six decades.  The purpose of the site is to showcase our city’s unique heritage and to engage in an open lively, discussion about its future.  We welcome your comments and suggestions and we appreciate your support.   We invite you to join the conversations here and to share them elsewhere. Heritage is about people.  Let us know what you value.


The site was produced for the National Trust of South Australia by

Sociable Technology

Darren Peacock
Jill MacKenzie


Peter Lugg


Adelaide City Council

Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources

We would also like to acknowledge the enormous efforts of the early members of the National Trust of South Australia who began the task of documenting and advocating for Adelaide’s heritage more than 50 years ago.  We honour their work and vision by continuing the task that they began here.


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  1. Dear National Trust of South Australia

    Please find we would like to email you a pdf document, with some personal research we are doing on our community origins,
    and we have come across one Primitive Methodist Church listing on your website.

    Please note from he attached research, there seems to be a missing Church listing from the heritage website
    but which appears in the panaroma and survey from the Adelaide Archives.

    We would like to get further guidelines on the copyright methods to ensure that these acquired sources can be placed in our documents.

    We would of course like to share this information with your organisation, in order to update if appropriate,
    your website with further facts, and pictures where appropriate.

    Therefore we would be available for any phone calls or face to face meetings.

    Thank you kindly.

    Simon Haddad