On Sunday 1 November, JAFA took part in the Multicultural Festival by hosting an Origami and Calligraphy workshop in Rundle Mall.
To view images from the day, click here to view the album on our Facebook page.
Don't forget that JAFA runs regular origami and calligraphy classes. For more information, click here.
JAFA is hosting its first Barossa Valley winery tour! Come along for a day filled with local wines, food and fun.
Departure: 7:45am sharp; GPO, King William Street, Adelaide 5000
This is a full-day tour, and will be returning to the CBD at approximately 6pm the same day.
The tour will include a stop at the buzzing Angaston Farmer's Market for a taste of local produce, sampling local wine at various internationally-recognised wineries, Maggie's Beer Farm shop for delicious goodies and a BBQ lunch at the beautiful Seppeltsfield Gardens.
The tour is open to both JAFA members and non-members alike. There is a discounted rate for JAFA members, however non-members can opt to purchase their ticket plus a JAFA membership (for more information about being a JAFA member, click here).
Spots are limited, so register now! For more information and to secure your spot, please click here.
Australia@2015 is a first in Australian public opinion surveys. For the first time, an Australian survey will be conducted in English and a broad range of community languages, nineteen in total, with a focus on the languages of recent arrivals.
Australia@2015 will provide understanding of the outlook of Australian-born and immigrants at a critical time in the nation's history - a time of population growth, rising security concerns and questioning of the working of Australian democracy.
Australia@2015 builds on eight years of Scanlon Foundation surveying and is led by Professor Andrew Markus of Monash University.
For more information about the survey, please visit www.monash.edu/mapping-population/australia-2015
To access the survey in Japanese, please click here.