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Don Dunstan Foundation
Level 3, 230 North Terrace
SA 5005

Telephone: +61 8 8313 3364
Facsimile: +61 8 8313 6309



University Partners

The University of Adelaide

Flinders University



The Dunstan Foundation resources can link you with a rich collection of information for those interested in Don Dunstan the man, social justice, social policy and the activities of the Don Dunstan Foundation.

If you are unable to find what you are looking for below please contact the Dunstan Foundation on +61 8 8313 3364.

Dunstan Foundation Resources:



Speeches, recordings and publications:

Links to transcripts, recordings and publications from the Dunstan Foundation's projects and events can be [found here...]

Annual Reports:



State of South Australia Series:

Sponsored by the Dunstan Foundation, the State of South Australia book series provides analysis and reflection on the major social, economic, cultural and political trends and policy challenges facing South Australia [read more...]

Panel Slides: 28 February 2014

Panel 1

Panel 2


Panel Slides: 22 November 2013

Panel 1


South Australian Policy Online Portal (SAPO):

Sponsored by the Dunstan Foundation South Australian Policy Online is an interactive website linking researchers and public policy makers in South Australia. [Open Portal...]


Dunstan Papers:

The Dunstan Papers series was designed to contribute to debate related to the Foundation's core values - respect for human rights and indigenous peoples; and the pursuit of social justice, cultural diversity and inclusice governance. Selected papers have been made available online in digital format, futher issues will be made available in the future.









External Dunstan Resources:

Dunstan Collection (Flinders University):

A collection of private papers, photographs, audiovisual material, press clippings, regalia and books relating to the inspirational political leaders of the 70s, the late Don Dunstan.  [read more...]

Dunstan Oral History Project (Flinders University):

A collection of interviews with those who worked closely with Don Dunstan during his period of political leadership. [read more...]