The State Library of South Australia is the largest public research library in the state and an important cultural institution in South Australia. It is home to the historic Mortlock Wing which is consistently voted among the most beautiful libraries in the world.
As custodians of stories, the State Library of South Australia welcomes over half a million visitors a year and plays a significant role in collecting, preserving and making accessible the State’s history for current and future generations to enjoy, experience and learn from.
Open 7 days a week, the State Library of South Australia provides 24/7 access that connects people to resources including research and information services. It also hosts events, exhibitions, and curated programs to enrich access to its collections.
The State Library offers two performance spaces during the Fringe, including the Mortlock Wing and the Hetzel Lecture Theatre. Both spaces are accessible via the main glass foyer entrance.
State Library of SA
State Library of South Australia, North Terrace, Adelaide, Kaurna Country