The Three Rivers Fountain Adelaide is located at the southern end of Victoria Square, in an 18-meter-long hexagonal pool. The fountain was designed by the famous Australian sculptor John Dowie (1915-2008) who was born in Adelaide to commemorate the visit of Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh in 1963, five years later in May 1968 Unveiled on the 28th. The fountain is three-sided, representing the three rivers of South Australia. The Murray River Murray in the east of Adelaide is represented by an indigenous man holding a winged ibis; the Onkaparinga River in the south is represented by a European woman holding a heron, while the north has always The River Torrens, which stretches to the west coast, is represented by a European woman holding a black saw. At night, the fountain looks more beautiful under the light. Picture 1-4: Adelaide's Three Rivers Fountain Sculpture from different angles; Picture 5: The bronze statue of Queen Victoria in the center of Victoria Square; Picture 6: Water spray on the north side of the square, behind it is a row of lamp curtains, and the bronze statue of Queen in the middle , And then there is the Three Rivers Fountain; Picture 7: The water spray on the north side of the square, the city hall is behind the center, and the General Post Office is behind the left; Picture 8: The water spray on the north side of the square, behind is the Adelaide Finance Building Adina Adina Apartment Hotel Adelaide Treasury; Picture 9: St. Francis Xavier's Cathedral on the east side of the square; Picture 10: South Australia Supreme Court on the south side of the square.