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A video message from His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC, Governor of South Australia, on the occasion of Anzac Day 2020.  The text of the message can be found here


The Vice‑Regal program has been adjusted to take account of the public health situation, resulting in the necessary cancellation or postponement of most face-to-face engagements. 

His Excellency the Governor and Mrs Lan Le will, however, seek to continue their regular engagements and communication with community members and organisations by other means for the time being. 

To this end, His Excellency has prepared a message to the people of South Australia, the text of which can be found here.


His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC

Welcome to the official website of the Governor of South Australia

This website will provide you with detailed information on the role of the

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Government House is the Official Residence and Office of Her Excellency the Honourable Margaret Beazley AO QC, 39th Governor of New South Wales and Mr Dennis Wilson. Her Excellency is the 28th Governor to occupy this Government House and has held the position since 2 May 2019.

In 1788, soon after a British settlement was established at Sydney Cove, the first Governor of the colony of New South Wales, Governor Arthur Phillip, laid the foundations of Sydney’s first Government House.  This building was located in Bridge Street (on the site of the Museum of Sydney). After nearly 50 years of serving as the colony’s political, ceremonial and social centre, the building had become worn and dilapidated and many submissions were made to the British government for permission and funding to construct a new building.

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