North Terrace is the northernmost street in the Adelaide grid, and one of four terraces that make up the city centre’s outer square. North Terrace is home to many of Adelaide’s impressive civic buildings, such as the State Library, the University of Adelaide and the South Australian Museum. It’s a nice street to walk along and view some great architecture, and there’s loads to do and see here.
Adelaide Art Street-North Terrace carries the history of South Australia, so it is not just because the University of Adelaide, the State Art Gallery, museums, libraries and the Governor's Mansion gather on this street Such cultural and historical buildings are because they are part of history. This verdant tree-lined avenue stretches out from the city center, along with numerous war memorials, churches and statues on both sides of the road. These sculptures are an important part of history and commemorate people who have made important contributions to Australian history. If there is only one street in Adelaide, it must be North Avenue. I really agree with this statement, because this street can't be finished in a short while! Starting from King William St and heading eastward, they are as follows: Figure 1: The Governor's Mansion of South Australia; Figure 2: Matthew, a British navigator, explorer, and outstanding mapmaker who drew the world's first complete map of Australia ·The statue of Matthew Flinders of Flinders; Picture 3: National War Memorial, Adelaide; Picture 4: State Library of South Australia-Society Building; Picture 5: South Australian Museum ; Picture 6: Elder Wing of the Art Gallery of South Australia; Picture 7: Main Building of the University of Adelaide-Mitchell Building; Picture 8: University of South Australia; Picture 9: Opposite University of South Australia Scots Church Adelaide, Adelaide; Figure 10: Ayers House Museum at the east end of North Street.