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Adelaide City Heritage brings together information on heritage sites across the City of Adelaide, including the CBD square mile and North Adelaide.  The website includes hundreds of profiles of heritage sites, some well known and loved, some currently at risk and others that are gone but which should not be forgotten.

You can find the records by using the search box above, or by browsing these indexes below.

This website is a work in progress.  We will continue to add new records over time and new ways to explore the city.

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Most recent Sites

  • Bank of South Australia Head Office Building

    The former ANZ  Bank Building in King William Street, Adelaide, now owned by the South Australian Government and named Edmund Wright House, was designed by E. W. Wright and was built in 1875-78 as the Bank of South Australia. The building is notable for its ... Read More »
  • Oriental Hotel (now Walsh Building)

    Oriental Hotel (now Walsh Building)

    The former Oriental Hotel is a five-storey corner building constructed to the former Rundle Street and Gawler Place alignment on site of an earlier two-storey Hamburg Hotel. First two floors built of stone but upper three floors of painted rendered brick. Imitation stone coursing and ... Read More »
  • Warehouse and Office at 5-7 French Street

    Warehouse and Office at 5-7 French Street

    This is a five-storey interwar commercial building (warehouse and office) built to French Street frontage, with original entrances, windows and detailing. Red brick construction, timber windows, central timber framework and windows. Symmetrical treatment of façade, with strong vertical divisions of brick façade surmounted by projecting ... Read More »
  • House at 168 Jeffcott Street

    House at 168 Jeffcott Street

    Described in 1935 as one of Adelaide's 'quaintest' houses, the design of this building has been confidently attributed to the architect George Strickland Kingston. Certainly the elaborate Gothic inspired detailing and crenellation is evidence of an informed hand, but there is significant doubt as to ... Read More »

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