The Upper Spencer Gulf and Eyre Peninsula are set to host South Australia's History Festival throughout the month of May.
The festival is one of the state’s largest open-access community events, with 600 registered events across SA and almost a third of those being held in regional areas including Port Pirie, Whyalla and Port Broughton.
A number of free and paid guided tours and exhibitions will take place in the region, including Whyalla’s Unique Circular Jetty, Whyalla Steelworks Bus Tour, a Grave Walk through Stirling North Cemetery, Port Pirie Heritage Walk and The Federal Hotel Tour in Port Pirie.
The Festival is an initiative of the History Trust of South Australia, who this year celebrate their 40th birthday.
For more information on these events and others taking place from May 1-30 Visit: festival.history.sa.gov.au
Or follow: @historysa #SAHistoryFest
Photo: By Spencer Gulf Broadcasters