This area, along with the land on the opposite side of the road - adjacent to the railway line – was named (in September 2017) as Kate Cocks Park. The area on the right contains a few more olive trees and was used as an additional police horse…

As you look around most Adelaide pubs, you'll notice large tiles covering up most walls from the ground to around should height. Largely added from the 1920s onwards, these tiles are a lasting reminder of a period that drastically changed South…

In the words of the Adelaide Mayor of the time, Charles Glover, playgrounds were important to “promote the happiness and well-being of the children of the City”. The Mayor himself provided personal financial support to enable the development of a…

Hindmarsh Square's 'Playspace' is a series of large scale artworks made from fibreglass reinforced concrete, that blurs the line between art and public park space. With contributions by artists including Ryan Sims, Andrew Stock, Gerry Wedd and Taylor…

A century before Izera the keyboard guy, the flute-playing ‘bikie’ or the pipe guy, Adelaide’s street corners and thoroughfares hosted a different generation of memorable musical characters. Half a century ago, the streetscape was populated by…