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Blending modern marketing knowledge with ancient wisdom for an authentic farm-to-table experience

After an illustrious career across the globe at the top of the beverage and wine game, Warrick Duthy returned home to South Australia to sow his cornucopia of business knowledge gained from these valuable experiences into a new venture – reimagining the Clare Valley’s historic Watervale Hotel and Penobscot Farm into an epicurean delight for those seeking an authentic farm-to-table experience with fresh, organic produce from his very own backyard. more...

Tristan Chai

How ‘the good physio’ landed his dream job in professional sport

The future of work can be daunting, especially if you’re still figuring out your path. Tristan Chai was no stranger to the pressures of landing fulltime work after university, let alone his dream job working with elite athletes. Here’s how he’s reinventing the way we approach physio with his practice, The Good Physio and as Head Physio at the Adelaide 36ers. more...

Dr Patience Mpofu

The mining leader rising above life’s challenges with grit and ambition

Following a career rising to the top of the male-dominated mining and metals industry in Africa, Dr Patience Mpofu, became adept at navigating the often-complicated gender dynamics in the workforce. She has found a new lease as a Mining Consultant & Expert and Leadership Coach for Women in STEM, unleashing leadership potential in others, after she discovered her own power. more...

Penny Wong

Senator The Hon Penny Wong in-conversation with Tory Shepherd

Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs and UniSA Legal Practice alumna, Senator The Hon Penny Wong is one of the most insightful and considered voices in Australia's international relations. Revisit her insightful talk presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre, on Australian foreign policy in the ever-evolving COVID-era. more...

How this industrial designer learned to turn her failures into successes

Genevieve Cother and her family are revolutionising how we tackle problem-solving with the way we approach learning and work. Entrenching in the hands-on manufacturing industry, she has recognised an important building block of learning is play, exploration, and most notably, the ability to sometimes fail. more...


8 October >> The Most Dangerous Man in the World

Join The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre online for an In-Conversation with writer and award-winning investigative journalist Andrew Fowler and political satirist, writer and artist Bryan Dawe, as they discuss the rise and the political imprisonment of Julian Assange.

14 October >> Perspectives: Alison Kubler

Art and fashion’s twenty-first century dalliance has serious economic and cultural repercussions. Join writer, editor and arts consultant Alison Kubler as she examines the complexity of art and fashion’s interrelationship and its effect on visual culture. Presented as part of Perspectives - an initiative developed by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre, ACE Open and Guildhouse.

29 October >> Book Launch: Out of Copley Street with Geoff Goodfellow

Join The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre for the Book Launch of Out of Copley Street with Australian literary icon Geoff Goodfellow, in-conversation with University of South Australia's Professor Rick Sarre. Out of Copley Street is a poignant snapshot of working-class Australian life in the 1950s and 60s, expertly rendered with the vivid lived detail and wry knockabout humour that Geoff is famous for.



6 - 28 October >> Visualising Mental Health

Now in its fifth year the Visualising Mental Health project brings together psychologists with UniSA Communication Design students. The exhibition includes design prototypes of visual communication tools that psychologists can use to communicate mental health and wellbeing concepts to their clients and the broader community. Presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre and Match Studio.


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