Rundle Mall is home to a bronze sculpture of a group of life-sized pigs, officially known as 'A Day Out' by Marguerite Derricourt.
Where Rundle Mall, King William Street and Hindley Street meet sits Beehive Corner — one of the most well-recognised buildings in Adelaide and a popular meeting spot for many.
The fountain has had many homes since it was first cast in the late 1880s and currently resides adjacent to the entrance of Adelaide Arcade.
The 4m tall structure, known officially as 'The Spheres' by Bert Flugelman, consists of two large stainless steel spheres with a diameter of 2.15 metres, balanced one on top of the other.
The newest addition to Rundle Mall, 'Pigeon' by Paul Sloan is an ode to the Mall's famous feathered residents.
Salvador Dalí's three-tonne, seven-metre tall masterpiece 'Triumphant Elephant' has taken up residence in Rundle Mall, showcasing the famed surrealist artist's vision of otherwordliness and subverted imagery that has resonated with audiences around the world.
Aboriginal reggae rock band No Fixed Address, who forged their own path in the turbulent Australian music landscape of the 1970s, is honoured in this eponymous laneway and art mural.
The new look Gawler Place was officially unveiled in late 2019 and with it came the installation of two new innovative, bold and colourful art experiences — ‘Flow’ and ‘Ripple’.
The 'Girl on a Slide' sculpture was created by artist John Dowie and first called Rundle Mall home in 1977.
Don't forget to look up! The 'Progress' sculpture has looked over Rundle Mall for more than 50 years.
Walk too fast and you might miss the home of Adelaide’s ‘establishment’ on North Terrace.
Ruthven Mansions is historically and architecturally significant because when first built, they represented a benchmark in luxury accommodation in Australia.