Category:Jubilee 150 Walkway

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The Jubilee 150 Walkway completed in 1988 is one of the outcomes of the celebrations commemorating the 150th Jubilee of the state of South Australia. (South Australia was founded on 28 December 1836.) The walkway is a series of over 150 bronze plaques set into the pavement of North Terrace, Adelaide. The plaques contain the names and deeds of the people who made major contributions to the founding and development of South Australia.

With several exceptions, (see the J150W article for the details), the plaques are arranged in alphabetic order, and stretch from King William Street to Pulteney Street along the north side of North Terrace. The walkway passes in front of Government House, the National War Memorial, the State Library, the Museum, the Art Gallery and the University of Adelaide.

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