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This mile-long avenue has a number of historical buildings, including an 1838 church, the colonial-era Ayers House and the Adelaide Casino in a restored 1920s railway station.
Adelaide, South Australia 5000, Australia
+61 8 8207 7250
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Many buliding to see and some food places. But it is very busy always and very difficult to cross the road.

Thank ZhenX1
Reviewed 1 week ago

North Terrace has some very good historical buildings and some nice views over the river but the west end is a little more modern and typical city. Stick to the east end.

Thank Oldjack
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

North Terrace, Adelaide offers plenty of cultural charm and historic interest. The South Australian Museum, State Library, Railway Station, Shrine of Sacrifice, Botanic Gardens, lots of important statues and other attractions are here. I strongly recommend doing some research before you travel. This will enhance...More

Thank daf57
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Wide open Terrace with trees, the Museum, Governors house and Universities on the northern side. East of King William Rd the best part of this boulevard. Trams about to operate on this end , plenty of buses and easy access to Rundle Mall and the...More

Thank MaxD859
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It is a nice place to spend an hour or two after office hours just walking around to appreciate the avenues and historical buildings of the area. It also have museums, galleries, the University of SA campus and the famous Adelaide Oval are residents of...More

Thank ynadqnor
Reviewed 9 July 2018 via mobile

We stayed several days in this area and found it very rewarding. Good public transportation connections, restaurants, museums, art exhibitions, river banks, the Oval - can recommend spending time here.

Thank beachstone2c
Reviewed 9 July 2018

North Terrace is the best location for visiting Galleries, Museums, The Adelaide Oval, The Entertainment Center, Restaurants and many Historical Buildings. Walk across the bridge and enjoy the views along the riverbanks. Local public transports is at your door step.

Thank Carol H
Reviewed 21 June 2018

This grand boulevard has two very different aspects to it. On the Rundle Mall side it is very average - like walking past the backs of buildings - but the other side is VERY different. Adelaide has a great collection of heritage civic buildings with...More

Thank AussiesBallarat
Reviewed 14 June 2018 via mobile

Adelaide's North Terrace is a very nice part of the city that holds the South Australia Museum, campus of the University is S.A. as well as the train terminal, convention centre and several historical significant part of the city since the founding. Not to mention...More

Thank James A
Reviewed 13 June 2018

Depending which end of North Terrace you are, you are bound to pass many statues, war memorials and beautiful botanic gardens up one end and our new hospital and dental hospital and hotels/motels, casino.

Thank Barbara L
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