South Terrace, Adelaide

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South Terrace

South Terrace.JPG
Looking east in 2010, with the Pulteney Grammar School footbridge visible
General information
TypeStreet
Length2.66 km (1.7 mi)[1]
Opened1837
Major junctions
Western endGoodwood Road, Anzac Highway, West Terrace
Eastern endEast Terrace, Beaumont Road

South Terrace is one of the four terraces which bound the city centre of Adelaide, the capital of South Australia.

It is the southern edge of the city centre, and is bounded by the Adelaide parklands to the south, including Veale Gardens and Adelaide Himeji Garden.

South Terrace runs east from the intersection of West Terrace, Anzac Highway and Goodwood Road. Other major intersections are with King William Street/Peacock Road, where the Glenelg tramline crosses, and the intersection of Pulteney Street and Glen Osmond Road.

Adelaide Trades Hall and Pulteney Grammar School are located on South Terrace, as is a large office tower owned by Optus.

See also[edit]

Australia road sign W5-29.svg Australian roads portal

References[edit]

  1. ^ Google. "South Terrace" (Map). Google Maps. Google.