103 organisations found

  • abs-sa-data

    ABS (SA Data)

    Australian Bureau of Statistics - SA Data Released

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  • adelaide-festival-centre-trust

    Adelaide Festival Centre Trust

    Adelaide Festival Centre is the heart of the arts in South Australia. Established in 1973, it is Australia’s first capital city arts venue and hosts more than one million people annually. As well as presenting theatre, dance, music, and exhibitions, Adelaide Festival Centre creates diverse festivals to inspire, challenge, educate, and entertain. We welcome audiences of all ages, experience, and cultures.

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  • adelaide-festival-corporation

    Adelaide Festival Corporation

    The Adelaide Festival of Arts, also known as the Adelaide Festival, is an arts festival held annually in the South Australian capital of Adelaide. It is considered to be one of the world's major celebrations of the arts, and a pre-eminent cultural event in Australia.

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  • adelaide-film-festival

    Adelaide Film Festival

    Adelaide Film Festival (ADL Film Fest) is an eleven-day celebration and exploration of Australian and international screen culture with a unique program of screenings, forums and special events. The event has rapidly established itself as one of the boldest and most innovative in the country and has made a name for itself internationally as a platform for exciting new talent in the Australian industry. Originally presented biennially in March, since 2013 the Adelaide Film Festival has been presented in October.

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  • alinytjara-wilurara-landscape-board

    Alinytjara Wilurara Landscape Board

    The Alinytjara Wilurara Landscape Board is one of nine regional Landscape boards that administer the new Landscape South Australia Act 2019. The Board is responsible for the development and delivery of the regional landscape plan and can advise on landcare related issues affecting the communities and culture of the region.

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  • art-gallery-of-south-australia

    Art Gallery of South Australia

    The Art Gallery of South Australia holds one of Australia’s finest collections of Australian, European and Asian art housed in one of Adelaide’s most beautiful historic buildings.

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  • attorney-general-s-dept

    Attorney-General's Department

    The Attorney-General's Department services the government and the people of South Australia by achieving excellence in the provision of legal services to the state government, and in the provision of consumer law-related and regulatory services, and complaint handling function to the South Australian community.

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  • carrick-hill

    Carrick Hill

    Carrick Hill is a significant South Australian cultural tourism attraction. It comprises a major heritage building, being the previous home of Sir Edward and Lady Ursula Hayward. Carrick Hill has internationally significant art collections, formal gardens, original subsidiary buildings such as stables, and approximately 40 hectares of land which includes approximately 26 hectares of native bushland.

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  • child-death-and-serious-injury-review-committee

    Child Death and Serious Injury Review Committee

    The Child Death and Serious Injury Committee functions to improve the safety and wellbeing of children in South Australia by collecting information about the circumstances and causes of all child deaths in South Australia, analysing and reviewing this information, making recommendations to Government, and monitoring the implementation of those recommendations.

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  • adelaide-city-council

    City of Adelaide

    The City of Adelaide has a justified reputation as a clean, attractive and accessible city centre. It takes great pride in its distinctive character and Park Lands. Adelaide has a strong tradition of social reform and has highly regarded educational and medical institutions, a vigorous arts sector and internationally renowned festivals and events.

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  • city-of-burnside-local-council

    City of Burnside (Local Council)

    The City of Burnside is a local government area with an estimated population of 44,300 people in the South Australian city of Adelaide. Burnside was founded in August 1856 as the District Council of Burnside, and was classed as a city in 1943.

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  • city-of-mitcham

    City of Mitcham

    Founded in 1853, the City of Mitcham is Adelaide’s second oldest Council area. Situated approximately 6kms from the City and extending into the Mitcham Hills, stretching from Cross Road to the north, to the Sturt River in the south, from Mount Barker Road in the east to South Road in the west. The City is well served by many tourist attractions including Carrick Hill Estate, Belair National Park, Waite Arboretum, reserves, and numerous walking trails through the historic Mitcham and Abbotshall Precincts, Brownhill Creek, St Mary’s and Colonel Light Gardens.

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  • city-of-onkaparinga

    City of Onkaparinga

    The City of Onkaparinga is South Australia’s largest metropolitan council and one of the State’s fastest growing regions. Onkaparinga is a city of great heritage and history, renowned for its pristine coastal and rural landscapes and home to world class wine, fantastic food and strong vibrant communities. An unmatched combination of attributes and attractions makes the City of Onkaparinga an increasingly popular place in which to live, work, visit and invest.

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  • city-of-playford

    City of Playford

    The City of Playford is often referred to as Adelaide’s CBD of the North, and represents a focus for the urban and economic development of the State. As the centrally located local government in the region, Playford’s task is to work closely with other governments and agencies to achieve well planned and sustainable development that will benefit the State and local community for the long term. The City itself covers 345 square kilometres, making it the third largest council area in metropolitan Adelaide. Playford has undergone sustained population growth over the past decade, through diversification of its industries and the availability of affordable housing. Between 2004 and 2014 the population has increased by 25% to around 87 thousand, making Playford the sixth most populated council area in SA and the second fastest growing metropolitan council over the period.

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  • city-of-prospect

    City of Prospect

    City of Prospect is a local government area with an estimated population of 21,200 residents. The city was founded in 1872 and is located immediately north of the City of Adelaide. Suburbs covered by City of Prospect include all or parts of Collinswood, Medindie Gardens, Fitzroy, Prospect, Ovingham, Thorngate, Broadview, Nailsworth and Sefton Park.

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  • city-of-salisbury-council

    City of Salisbury Council

    With the availability of land for residential and industrial development, an abundance of parks and recreational facilities, university and TAFE campuses, military base, airport and a major bus and train hub in the City centre, the City of Salisbury offers a wealth of opportunities for business and an enviable lifestyle for residents.

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  • city-of-tea-tree-gully

    City of Tea Tree Gully

    Situated in the leafy surrounds of north-eastern Adelaide, the City of Tea Tree Gully provides a broad range of services to more than 100,000 people who live, work and play in our area. Stretching from the foothills of Mount Lofty to the inner metropolitan area, our Council seeks to provide the highest levels of service to our diverse community. We provide more than 120 services to people at all ages. These include waste and recycling, youth services and support for the aged, library and educational services, and maintaining 606 reserves and 122 playgrounds. Our award-winning recreation and leisure facilities, together with our cultural and local heritage, set us apart as a world-class place to reside. For more information visit our website at

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  • city-of-west-torrens

    City of West Torrens

    Conveniently located between Adelaide's Central Business District (CBD) and the South Australian coastline West Torrens has a steady population with around 56,000 people. Our community is a vibrant mix of nationalities. People from Greece, Italy, the United Kingdom, China, India and Vietnam all help make up our cultural richness. West Torrens is home to the Adelaide Airport and provides a number of retail shopping precincts such as Harbour Town, IKEA and the Mile End Homemaker Centre. Local transport is easily accessible with buses and trams servicing our suburbs, shopping and entertainment facilities. For those eager to keep fit as well as reduce their carbon footprint, bike paths in and around the area allow cyclists to commute safely away from traffic.

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  • commission-on-excellence-and-innovation-in-health

    Commission on Excellence and Innovation in Health

    The Commission on Excellence and Innovation in Health (CEIH) provides leadership and advice on excellence and innovation in healthcare, including clinical best practice with a focus on maximising health outcomes for patients, improving care and safety, championing the use of data and analytics to inform evidence-based practice and clinical innovation, and supporting clinical collaboration.

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  • country-arts-sa

    Country Arts SA

    Country Arts SA is a dynamic arts organisation bringing the arts to life in regional South Australia. Regional artists, communities and partners inspire us to create opportunities for artists at every level to flourish and produce great art and provide regional South Australians the best possible arts experiences.

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