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City of Tea Tree Gully Library

We currently have approximately 70,000 registered borrowers and a collection of over 130,000 items including books, DVDs, CDs and magazines. The Library's collections and services are intended to meet the diverse needs of our community. Tea Tree Gully Library is part of the statewide One Card network, connecting more than 130 libraries across South Australia over the next three years. As a member you will have access to over 1.3 million items by the end of 2012, and up to 4 million items once the network roll out is complete. You can borrow and return items wherever you go.

Clare and Gilbert Valleys Library Service

The Clare and Gilbert Valleys Library offers traditional library services like borrowing books, DVD's and magazines, but it also provides Internet, Wi- Fi Internet, coffee, study space, community lounge, parenting facilities, Volunteer Resource Centre, photocopying, children’s activities, community information, displays and exhibitions, events and more....and it's all FREE. Check the Library Facebook page for upcoming events


Co-Opera is a professional touring company presenting affordable opera in new and imaginative ways to new and existing audiences. Popular operas in new ways and new operas in popular ways. We present opera in cabaret style, Opera Under the Big Top, Opera Under the Stars and present performances in unusual venues such as wineries, showgrounds, stud stock selling centres and traditional venues. De-mythologising opera!

COME OUT Children's Festival

More than two million South Australian children have participated in the Come Out Children's Festival since its inception in 1974 and it is an intrinsic part of growing up in South Australia. In 2015, the Adelaide Festival Centre is producing the festival for the first time. Come Out Children's Festival will be held 22 - 30 May 2015.

Commedia con Corinna

In 2010, Corinna was a guest speaker, lecturer and performer at a number of conferences and also spent time in Peru, South America teaching Commedia to students learning English. She performed her one woman show 'iSize' 12 times at a number of festivals in South Australia and interstate and was commissioned to write, direct and perform a new show for the Art Gallery of SA . She is now undertaking her PhD in Commedia dell'Arte (a first for South Australia)! Corinna is available for Artistic Direction, script writing, workshops, lecturers and performances.

Community Arts Network SA Inc

CAN SA is a community arts organisation with over 33 years of experience in delivering projects, programs and activities in Community Arts and Cultural Development (CACD) across SA. CAN SA works to ensure that community arts and cultural development is acknowledged and respected as a highly skilled and critical area of arts and cultural practice. CAN SA’s new direction in the SA landscape is that of a Community Arts Production House, focusing on the delivery of arts projects and programs which use collaborative community cultural development methods and arts practices.

Community Entertainment Website SA

Since 2001 this web-site has provided a FREE service to South Australian amateur entertainment groups. Their contact details are listed and the events in which they are performing and these are also then sent to the various media. In 2005 it helped publicise 300 SA events. It is independent and unfunded and can give all participating groups a web presence and publicity with little effort on their part.

Connecting Up

Strengthening the nonprofit and community sector in Australia by providing a variety of information, products, resources and programs. Helping to develop relationships with business, community and government sectors for capacity development.