Hurtle Square

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One of four large words in "THE FOREST OF DREAMS" which encircle the intersection of Halifax and Pulteney Streets

Hurtle Square is a public square in Adelaide, South Australia. It is located in the centre of the south-eastern quarter of the city, and surrounds the intersection of Halifax and Pulteney Streets. Its north edge is bounded by Carrington Street.

The square was named by the Street Naming Committee after James Hurtle Fisher, South Australia's first Resident Commissioner.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "History of Adelaide Through Street Names". History of South Australia website. Retrieved 2008-07-25.

Coordinates: 34°55′56″S 138°36′23″E / 34.9322°S 138.6063°E / -34.9322; 138.6063