Adelaide Trades Hall

The Adelaide Trades Hall is the Trades Hall building in the Australian city of Adelaide established in 1896. It is the location of the United Trades and Labour Council of South Australia with a history stretching back to at least 1884. The UTLC is now also known as SA Unions. It is located at 11-16 South Terrace, Adelaide.

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