Construction on Waite Road

Work has now commenced by the City of Mitcham on Waite Road! Kent Civil – The City of Mitcham contractors working on Waite Road have advised us that on Monday 18th  / Tuesday 19th  September they will be removing the roundabouts on the corner of Hartley Grove and...

Hazard Alert: Use and disposal of inorganic azides

Hazard Inorganic azides such as sodium azide present a dual hazard; on top of the toxicity they are also explosive. Whilst sodium azide – the most commonly-used inorganic azide – is not particularly shock-sensitive, when flushed into drains it can react with heavier...
Citrus fruit available from Waite orchard

Citrus fruit available from Waite orchard

We currently have citrus fruit available for personal consumption. Those from the Waite community that are interested can organise a time to visit orchard to pick fruit. Please note this is only available to Waite staff and students! Varieties currently available:...

HAZARD ALERT: Faulty water baths in laboratories

With regards to a recent incident, we are asking all laboratories on the Waite Campus to check the conditions of their water baths. Water baths must comply to the following requirements: Must have an over temperature cut out function Cannot boil dry Must not contain...

Brae View: Air B&B accommodation close to Waite

Brae View is safe, quiet and convenient accommodation with a 3 room suite upstairs at the rear of a family home, consisting of 2 bedrooms and a living room with a kitchenette. There is a bathroom for guests at the bottom of the stairs and breakfast provisions are also...

Coombe Vineyard Expansion

The preparation of the new vineyard area has begun in earnest. Significant earthworks limited to the western area of the existing Coombe vineyard (towards the NE arboretum) are being carried out. Over the next few weeks we will have several days where heavy earth...

Death cap mushroom warning

WARNING Death Cap mushrooms, Amanita phalloides, have been found in the Arboretum and are present on the Waite Campus. Ingestion of even a small amount will cause serious illness and may be fatal. You are advised not to pick or eat any wild mushrooms as poisonous...

Waite Road pedestrian safety upgrade plans: update

The University of Adelaide and Mitcham Council have agreed to collaborate on construction of pedestrian safety upgrades to Waite Road. The works will include a new wombat crossing, footpaths, pedestrian ramps and refuges. Details are shown on the attached draft...

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