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Aboriginal Hostels Limited

Aboriginal Hostels Limited was established in 1973 to provide accommodation for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. It largely caters for young people living away from home, studying, or taking advantage of training or employment opportunities. Accommodation is also provided for aged people, single parents, transient and homeless people, and those undergoing medical treatment and rehabilitation.

The hostels in South Australia are currently located in Adelaide, Torrensville, Thebarton, Klemzig, Glynde, Murray Bridge, Port Augusta and Whyalla. Up to 14 hostels throughout South Australia and in Broken Hill have been administered by the Hostels' South Australian Office.

SELECTED SERIES RELATING TO ABORIGINAL HOSTELS LIMITED IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Sydney
Aboriginal Hostels Limited, Regional Office, South Australia D4426

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Aboriginal people