Registrations for the 2021 State History Conference A State of Change: Two days of learning, sharing and connecting history are now open.

After a three-year break, the State History Conference will make its return on 19 & 20 November 2021 as our gift to South Australians in what is the History Trust of South Australia’s 40th birthday year. The History Trust and our partners, the State Library of South Australia, the University of Adelaide and Wakefield Press, are bringing together practitioners, researchers and history enthusiasts to talk about, learn and share all about South Australia’s rich and diverse history.

The State History Conference has traditionally been a place for everyone to come together, and share research and latest findings about South Australia’s history. We hope you will join us as we embark on two days of learning, sharing and connecting history.

The event will be held both in-person and online. All registrations will include online access to the conference online content for six months.


Our provisional program is now online and registrations are open. Start planning your Conference now!


Singe Day in-person (individual) – $140.00
Two Day in-person (individual) – $200.00
Online only (individual) – $40.00
Online-only organisation (up to 5 registrations) – $80.00
Online-only organisation (up to 20 registrations) – $150.00

Chloe Svaikauskas

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