Blue Plaques Bus Tour of the City of Port Adelaide Enfield

The Pines: former home of the Folland Family; early South Australia agriculturalists

The City of Port Adelaide Enfield has recently established a heritage plaque scheme to recognise state heritage-listed properties throughout the Council area. Come with us on our inaugural blue plaques bus tour to learn the history of the properties and why they are significant to the area.

Significant properties include Pine Forrest, former home of Charles Folland an early agriculturalist; Semaphore Water Tower, constructed to maintain water pressure on Lefevre Peninsula when the Jervois Bridge was open; and the Port Adelaide and Lefevre Peninsula Co-operative Society, established to assist the working class secure social and economic advancement.

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  • Bookings required

Event type

Bus Tour/Talk

Dates and times

Mon 27 May, 10am-12pm

Location

Port Adelaide Visitor Information Centre, 66 Commercial Rd, Port Adelaide

Cost

Free

Booking

Bookings essential

Contact

Meredith Blundell
8405 6580
meredith.blundell [at] cityofpae.sa.gov.au

Event capacity

20

Accessibility information

Bus tour on a small bus.

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