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Adelaide Temple - Marden, (Adelaide), SA, Australia
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Grahame Cookie
S 34° 53.546 E 138° 38.117
54H E 283911 N 6136334
Quick Description: This is a fairly new building, being Dedicated in 2000, as the 89th Temple.
Location: South Australia, Australia
Date Posted: 8/11/2018 11:58:11 PM
Waymark Code: WMYYK6
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member wayfrog
Views: 1

Long Description:
Planning for the 'Adelaide Australia Temple' was started in 1999, with the Groundbreaking ceremony on 29th May, 1999. It was Opened and Dedicated on 15th June, 2000. The first Temple President was Jouni Soininen, with his wife, Christina Soininen being the temple matron. In 2017 Robin Hill became the president of the Adelaide Australia Temple, with his wife, Lorelei Hill becoming the current temple matron. (visit link)

The building is almost 1,000 m², set on 2.8 hectares of land. The exterior of the building is of brilliant white granite, imported from Italy. It has two ordinance rooms, and two sealing rooms. It was designed by Simon Drew. [ex-Wikipedia: (visit link) ] There is a beautiful trumpet blowing statue surmounted on the peak of the Temple.

Opened: 3 - 10 June, 2000
Dedicated : 15 June, 2000, by LDS Church president Gordon B Hinckley
Phone: (08) 8363 8000
Temple website: (visit link)

Access: Entry is from Lower Portrush Road (aka Ascot Road), at: S34° 53.595' E138° 38.120' * Only from heading east, from the street name-change of Ascot Road to Lower Portrush Road. *
Visited: 1715, Wednesday, 23 May, 2018
Dedication Date: 6/15/2000

Temple Address:
53-59 Lower Portrush Road,
Marden, SA Australia
5070


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