Gordon of Dingley Dell: the life of Adam Lindsay Gordon: 2nd edition OUT NOW

First published in 2003, this book has now been updated with additional material and photos to more thoroughly reflect the life of the renowned poet and horseman, trooper and politician, who spent 14 years of his short life in Australia, especially in the south-east of South Australia, Glenelg, the western district of Victoria, Ballarat and, finally, Brighton in Victoria, where he spent his final months.

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89 years Since First Pilgrimage to Dingley Dell Cottage

The one time home of Australia’s national poet, Adam Lindsay Gordon, from 1926 became the location of the first of many annual pilgrimages by admirers as part of the ‘Back to Port MacDonnell’ celebrations, for which more than 8000 visited. The first dedicated pilgrimage took place on Australia Day, 26 January 1929 and, until the war, became an annual festivity which resumed on Australia Day, 26 January 1947, and continued until the early-mid-1960s and, thereafter only spasmodically by special interest groups such as when a vintage car group made a pilgrimage in 1991.

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