- 20 December 1880
Gobur, Victoria, Australia
- 15 March 1965
Perth, Western Australia, Australia
- Aboriginal rights activist, Feminist, Political candidate and Temperance advocate
Ada Bromham spent her long life as a campaigner for the rights of women, children and Aboriginal people. She stood for parliament on two occasions; once in 1921 for the Western Australian Assembly and again in 1941 for the seat of Unley in the South Australian Parliament. She was a member and office bearer of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union from 1925 until her death in 1965. She was a member also of the Women's Service Guilds, which was affiliated with the Australian Federation of Women Voters.