Right across South Australia, our heritage places are under threat.
Last year the SA Government flagged reforms to make it easier to demolish and destroy our local heritage buildings and places.
The National Trust of South Australia and local residents are campaigning hard to ensure our heritage buildings and places are protected for future generations because some buildings and places are simply too precious to lose.
That’s why we’re launching a #saheritagelove campaign to celebrate South Australia's historic buildings and places that deserve to be preserved for future generations.
During the month of April, we are running a competition to celebrate our State’s heritage. To enter, simply take a photo of a place you love. It doesn’t matter whether it is heritage listed or not. If you think it’s important, share the love by:
1. Uploading a photo to Instagram using the hashtag #saheritagelove and tagging @markparnellmlc; or
2. Emailing your photo with your name, suburb and a return contact phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make sure you tell us where the photo was taken and what you love about it.
Each week I’ll share a photo of the week across my social media channels and at the end of April we’ll select our top photo entries, with winners invited to tour Parliament House - a lovely heritage building in its own right – and join me for a luncheon in the Parliament House Dining Room.