Convention Tours

11.00-14.00: Sunday 22 October 2023

All tours will depart from the Convention venue U-City, following Sunday morning’s Brunch, with coach transport provided for some, others will be walking tours.  Places on each Convention Tour are limited – please refer to each tour for maximum capacities and reserve your place/s when registering for the convention.

Please direct any convention queries to [email protected]

Tour#1 - Historical Walking Tour of Adelaide

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Join Sandy Verschoor (CF 1998), former Mayor of Adelaide City Council and Chair of Heritage Council, for a walking tour of Adelaide’s CBD.

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Tour#2 - Behind the Scenes at the Museum

Join Churchill Fellow and South Australian Museum staff member Lara Torr (CF 2016) for a reflective tour of the South Australian Museum.

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Workshop#3 - Mindfulness and Meditation

After a tough few years, it’s time to achieve a greater sense of wellbeing and to flourish, with Dr Cate Howell (CF 2000).

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Tour#4 - New Vickers Vimy Airport Exhibition

Hear from journalist, writer and documentary maker Lainie Anderson (CF 2016) about the inspirational story of the first flight across the world from England to Australia.

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Tour#5 - Walking Tour of Adelaide Botanic Gardens

Join John Zwar OAM (CF 1978), former curator of the National Botanic Garden in Lae, PNG and instigator of the development of hte Australian Arid Lands Botanic Garden at Port Augusta.

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Tour#6 - Adelaide Zoo & giraffe feeding

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be knee-high to a giraffe? Join Sarah Brown (CF 2018) and come face-to-face with the world’s tallest living mammal as they wrestle a carrot from your hands! Marvel at the size of these magnificent creatures and learn all about Adelaide Zoo’s ginormous giraffes.

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Tour#7 - Waite Arboretum & Microbrewery Tour

Join Dr Kate Delaporte (CF 2000), for a walking tour of the Waite Arboretum, nestled in the foothills of Adelaide, occupying 30ha and showcasing approximately 2,500 specimens representing more than 800 species in 200 genera.

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