National Wine Centre, Adelaide
Thursday 27 October 2011
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Join us on Wednesday 26 October for drinks and nibbles at the National Wine Centre.
Where: National Wine Centre
When: 6:00 – 7:30pm, Wednesday 26 October 2011
|Ms Caroline Brazier, Director of Scholarship and Collections, The British Library|
|Ms Jenny McDonald, Manager, Customer Engagement, National Library of New Zealand, The Department of Internal Affairs Te Tari Taiwhenua|
|Mr Geoff Strempel, Associate Director, Public Library Services, State Library of South Australia|
The National Wine Centre is adjacent to the Botanic Gardens of Adelaide. The pedestrian entrance is located on Botanic Road, the continuation of North Terrace. You can also walk through the Botanic Gardens to the Centre.
Several taxi companies operate in Adelaide, and there are taxi ranks within easy walking distance on North Terrace and East Terrace.
The National Wine Centre is easily accessible by public transport. The Adelaide Free Bus Service (City Loop 99C) runs every 15 minutes and stops at the Botanic Gardens/Royal Adelaide Hospital.
If you are planning to come by car, a passenger set down area is available on Hackney Road. The National Wine Centre has limited on-site parking facilities. However, there are car parks nearby on Frome Road, Rundle Street and North Terrace.