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Founded 1974

HSSA Grants 2016

HSSA's Grants Scheme for 2016 has closed and all applicants have been advised
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Kapunda Tour Group 2015


The Historical Society of South Australia (HSSA) exists for the primary purposes of promoting interest in and the study of South Australian history.

Since its foundation in 1974 the Society has stimulated public awareness of our history and heritage through engagement in public debates, by a program of monthly lectures and regular field trips, and in publishing quarterly newsletters and our academically refereed annual journal.

We strive to appeal to a wide audience, both in terms of their historical interests and ages.

Details of the monthly lecture program and our field trips can be found on this website.

I look forward to welcoming visitors, and new and returning members at all of our events.

Andrew Buxton, President

The photograph shows members and friends at Anlaby Station homestead during our visit in September 2015

We invite you to join the Historical Society of South Australia

Click here to download the Membership Application Form

Please complete this form and send it with your payment to:
The Treasurer, Historical Society of SA Inc
PO Box 519, Kent Town SA 5071
  Our next speaker

7 October

Fran Zilio & Jenni Thurmer
Conan Doyle in South Australia

4 November

vid Faber
Francesco Giovanni Fantin

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Each month from February to November the Society meets to hear intriguing stories and colourful accounts of our state’s lively past. Meetings are held in the Burnside Community Centre, cnr Portrush and Greenhill Roads, Tusmore. Visitors are always welcome.

About the Society

Foundation and Objects, Current Members of Council, Past Presidents ... click here
HSSA Annual Journal

Previous Issues, Indexes and Tables of Contents, Information for Authors ... click here

HSSA Resources

HSSA  Publications, Research Guides, Useful Websites ... click here
Join the Society

HSSA  Membership Application Form ... click here