Rug up and join us this winter for NAIDOC Week
'Keep the fire burning! Blak, loud and proud' is this year's theme
It might be cold but that won't stop us proudly supporting NAIDOC Week and celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. The Adelaide Hills is bursting with a huge variety of events to get you out and about from Aboriginal storytelling with Ros Cameron to fun-filled school holiday programs and Christmas in July festivities in Stirling. Keep reading to find out how to win a Butterfly Kit from the Biodiversity Team.
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What's coming up in the Adelaide Hills
What's On Guide out now!
Join us at your local library for author talks, workshops, art classes, films and more for kids and adults.
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New signage for The Summit, Woodside, Gumeracha Community Centres
Next time you're at The Summit Community Centre, Torrens Valley Community Centre or Woodside Library, check out the fresh new signage that has just been completed.
Check out the new signage
Adelaide Hills Council receives Honourable Mention at 2024 National Awards for Local Government
Council has been awarded an Honourable Mention in the ‘Addressing Violence against Women and their Children’ Category at the 2024 National Awards for Local Government.
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You're invited
Come along for the SALA exhibition opening night of ‘Adelaide Hills Biodiversity’ featuring artwork reflecting biodiversity across the Mount Lofty Ranges region. You'll meet the artists and can try your hand at watercolour painting with artist, Rebecca Prince, and nature journaling with artist, Zinia King. On the night the Best Environmental Artwork award will be presented to a worthy recipient by the Hills Environment Centre.
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Latest News
1 July 2024
Adelaide Hills Council advocating to prevent violence against women at the 2024 National General Assembly of Local Government (NGA)
Adelaide Hills Council will bring a significant motion for debate during the National General Assembly of Local Government (NGA), to be held in Canberra from 2-4 July 2024, at the National Convention Centre.
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24 June 2024
Stages are set for the milestone 25th year of Santos Tour Down Under 2025
The world's best cyclists will race in the Adelaide Hills from 17–26 January 2025 for the milestone 25th year of the Santos Tour Down Under.
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23 June 2024
Win one of 20 Butterfly Kits!
This July go into the draw to win one of 20 Butterfly Kits that contain 15 butterfly attracting plants.
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Latest Events

Christmas in July in Stirling

Experience the magic of Christmas in July from Thursday 18 to Sunday 21 July.

Community, Music, Outdoor
21st of July 2024
2:00pm — 9:00pm
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Woodside Market

Experience this classic country market every month of the year

Arts and culture, Community, Market
17th of August 2024
8:00am — 1:00pm
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Uraidla Market

Enjoy this popular market and browse locally produced crafts, goods and fresh produce.

Arts and culture, Community, Market
4th of August 2024
10:00am — 3:00pm
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Stirling Market

Visit Stirling's popular monthly market

Arts and culture, Community, Market
28th of July 2024
10:00am — 4:00pm
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Adelaide Hills Fire Track Project
We're seeking residents with a fire access track on or adjacent to their property or CFS volunteers with on-ground experience and knowledge of fire access tracks in our district to participate in our Resident Fire Track Survey.
Complete the resident survey
Check out what's on this month and get involved in your community
From movies and markets, festivals and car shows - there is so much happening in the Adelaide Hills.
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