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Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Library Tours

As part of South Australia's History Festival 2024 the University of South Australia Library is offering Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Library tours through out May.

An iconic figure in Australian history, Bob Hawke’s government and his preceding work at the Australian Council of Trade Unions in the 1960s and 1970s helped shape modern Australia. Explore the remarkable legacy of Bob Hawke through a tour that showcases the treasures of the Bob Hawke Collection at the University of South Australia.


Tour details

  • Tue 7 May, 2pm - 3pm
  • Wed 15 May, 5.30pm - 6.30pm
  • Sat 25 May, 10.30am - 11.30am
  • Thu 30 May, 11am - 12pm

Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Library, Level 5, Hawke Building, University of South Australia, 55 North Tce, Adelaide.

Free event. Bookings essential

Images - Bob Hawke at the National tally room on election night, 7 March 1983, [NAA: A6180, 7/3/83/1], National Archives of Australia. Cropped image of the cover of Working together for a multicultural Australia, [RH16/3/30], 1987, Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Library.