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Old Adelaide Treasury tours

Old Adelaide Treasury tours

Treasury Building, image courtesy State Library of South Australia B 7859

Journey underground with us to explore the secrets of one of Adelaide’s most fascinating colonial buildings.

From the founding of the colony, through the gold rush era, Federation and two World Wars, the old Treasury building sat at the heart of South Australia’s political life. The tour includes the former Cabinet Room and underground tunnels where gold from Victoria was smelted to create Australia’s first gold coin, the Adelaide Pound.

Upcoming tour dates

Sunday 25 June, 11am | **SOLD OUT**
Sunday 25 June, 1pm | **SOLD OUT**
Sunday 9 July, 11am | Book your spot
Sunday 9 July, 1pm | Book your spot
Sunday 30 July, 11am | **SOLD OUT**
Sunday 30 July, 1pm | **SOLD OUT**
Sunday 13 August, 11am | Book your spot
Sunday 13 August, 1pm | Book your spot
Sunday 27 August, 11am | **SOLD OUT**
Sunday 27 August, 1pm | **SOLD OUT**
Sunday 24 September, 11am | **SOLD OUT**
Sunday 24 September, 1pm | Book your spot
Sunday 29 October, 11am | Book your spot
Sunday 29 October, 1pm | Book your spot

Event Location: Adina Apartment Hotel Adelaide Treasury, Corner Flinders and King William Streets, Adelaide

Cost: $10 adults, $8 concession, $7.50 National Trust members

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Photograph courtesy of the State Library of South Australia, B 7859