We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews parliament house war memorial state library art gallery railway station botanic gardens adelaide university university buildings governor's residence north tce pleasant walk sa museum king william street festival theatre ayers house rundle mall south australia
North Terrace is quite a distance to walk along - but well worth it! It contains a delightful combination of old and new architecture. (i.e. Art Gallery and very modern convention centre as well as a hospital which is an art form itself!
This is a lovely street that offers a lot to any tourist: hotels, the Parliament, restaurants, shopping, museums, galleries, churches, the university campus and botanical gardens.
It's also lovely for an hour or two stroll.
North Terrace is the transport and cultural hub in Adelaide. There is so much to see and do there. Arrive by train, bus or tram. Its a great place to just wander and sightsee. A must tourist walk in the CBD. The casino is above...More
North Terrace carry's the traffic from east to west across the CBD. It also houses Government buildings, university buildings, convention center, numerous hotels, casino, train station and Royal Adelaide hospital. A walk down North Terrace is to explore the architecture of Adelaide. Terraces lead from...More
Walking the North Terrace was for me very exciting. I was surprised with its beauty and concentration of important institutions and buildings. University of Adelaide possesses quite a few of them along the way. Nearly everything is worth your attention: Botanical Gardens, Art Gallery of...More
You forget how beautiful your own city is. We stayed the weekend in town and wandered down North Terrace looking at the beautiful buildings and statues and sculpture. Coffee at the museum watching people and pidgeons, great fun
Start from either end, you will find historical building which are still fully functioning and worth at least a peek inside. The museum is worth spending more time in. Lots of monuments spanning back more than a hundred years. The old railway station now a...More
We walked along North Terrace on a recent visit. This route is lined with beautiful older historic buildings and takes you through a lovely part of the town. We took a left at somepoint intersecting the river path and meandered back towards the Adelaide Oval....More