The first public film screening in South Australia took place at the Theatre Royal in Hindley Street, Adelaide in October 1896.
Mike (Greg Rowe) and his father (Peter Cummins) go to warn Fingerbone Bill (David Gulpilil) that trouble is brewing.
While his father takes a catch of fish to sell in town, Mike (Greg Rowe) discovers some illegal hunters shooting birds.
Mike (Greg Rowe) is overjoyed when Mr Percival, his pet pelican, returns after being set free.
Summary by Paul Byrnes
Born in Adelaide, Roma Mitchell (1913–2000) graduated as a lawyer in December 1934, and the following February began as a barrister with an Adelaide law firm.
In the documentary Utopia Girls, historian Dr Clare Wright guides us through the fascinating story of how Australian women became the first in the world to gain full political rights.
There was enormous public and media speculation about which group would be first to cross the continent's interior: the Victorian-backed Burke and Wills party or South Australia's Stuart expedition
Nearly 25 years after the disappearance of the three Beaumont children – Jane, Arnna and Grant – from an Adelaide beach on 26 January 1966, police agree to follow up on tips from clairvoyant June C
With public gatherings to commemorate Anzac Day in 2020 not going ahead because of COVID-19, we shared home movies of marches from Anzac Day in 1933, 1946 and 1980.
This is a clip of an Anzac Day march in 1933 at Strathalbyn, South Australia. It is taken from a home movie shot by K Loader.