Hello May!
Council is committed to Reconciliation and recognising our First Nations people
As we approach the halfway mark of 2024, we've got plenty of events to keep you entertained, including National Reconciliation Week which is coming up at the end of the month. Adelaide Hills Council is committed to reconciliation and recognising our First Nations people and we encourage you to take part in local Reconciliation events near you. As part of our Aboriginal Place Naming Action Plan, we have named Hamilton Hill reserve after traditional Kaurna Elder Lewis Yarlupurka O’Brien.
Watch: Kaurna Elder Lewis Yarlupurka O’Brien  
What's coming up? Adelaide Hills Council news, events and more...
Recycling Wall Hubs now available
Residents can now get rid of hard-to-recycle items through the Recycling Wall Hubs now found at the Stirling, Woodside and Gumeracha libraries.
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Elevate + Create: For young creatives in the Hills
Unlocking opportunities for aspiring young artists aged 15-25 with the chance to delve into the world of professional artistry and contribute to public art in the Hills.
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Give A Sheet for the Planet
Join the eco-revolution by recycling your old, unwanted household linens at the Heathfield Recovery Centre on Saturday 25 May
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National Volunteer Week
We want to say thank you to all our wonderful volunteers this National Volunteer Week (20-26 May). Our volunteers bring positive change in communities and we couldn't be more grateful.
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National Reconciliation Week
In celebration of National Reconciliation Week see our program of events.
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ANZAC Day 2024
We thank the organisations and community groups for supporting the ANZAC Day Dawn Services and activities that took place across the Hills region.
See the beautifully decorated wreaths  
Latest News
1 May 2024
Local Council Community Forum Gallery
We had an incredible turnout at our Local Council Community Forum last night, with over 70 passionate people joining us from Rostrevor, Woodforde, and Teringie. View a gallery of photos.
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17 April 2024
Hamilton Hill reserve named after traditional Kaurna Elder Lewis Yarlupurka O’Brien
As part of Aboriginal Place Naming Action Plan, Adelaide Hills Council features traditional Kaurna names for the Hamilton Hill reserve.
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Latest Events

Reconciliation Week Movie Screening; The Last Daughter (Gumeracha)

Join us at Torrens Valley as we watch "The Last Daughter." After being raised by a…

Arts and culture, Screening
29th of May 2024
1:00pm — 3:00pm
Adelaide Hills Council
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SA History Festival - The 'Power of Storytelling"

These days, history is viewed not just through the lens of place but also people.…

Library, Lifelong learning, Adult
18th of May 2024
12:00pm — 2:00pm
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Have something to say?
What's happening in your local community? Members of the Adelaide Hills region are invited to email the editor community updates, photos, news and community events for consideration in the next edition.
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Draft two of our Festival and Events Policy is open for feedback
We want to hear from you by May 16. The policy shapes how we support and organise events in the Hills. Whether you're a resident, event attendee or organiser your input is invaluable.
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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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