Colonial south Australian history is on display in a beautiful Victorian library wing. Well worth the visit.
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After visiting the Flinders University City Gallery, we went over to the Mortlock Wing of the State Library. As soon as we walked in, my friend was overwhelmed by the grand appearance of the library. She admired the students who were studying in such a...More
We ventured into the city on a very cold weekend and took respite in the library. There was a lovely little toy exhibition with a table to enjoy activities with the kids. Then we ventured into the Mortlock wing. So grand and beautiful. Would love...More
This is the prime resource for the public in researching South Australian history and pre-history. The collection is huge and comes in every conceivable format: digital, film, sound recordings, microfiche, photographic, and print. The library is located in the north terrace, which is the central...More
The State Library is always a great place to visit with exhibitions and resources available often for free. Take a peek inside the Mortlock Wing and admire the skylight and tiered stacks while the new wing is spacious, airy and modern. Staff are available to...More
Really worth a trip... it is amazing. The books are all available to look at and come from all over the state and beyond. Don't miss it!
What a wonderful venue, we attended a wedding reception in the Mortlock Library room, very atmospheric and special.