A metal bust of a woman

Jubilee 150 Walkway

To celebrate 150 years of South Australia, the State Government unveiled a ‘walk of fame’ on North Terrace. If you follow the footpath on the northern side of the boulevard you’ll find plaques commemorating the high achievers of the state.

1986 marked the 150th anniversary of the colonisation of South Australia. As part of that sesquicentenary, the Jubilee 150 Board honoured a selection of people who had made a significant contribution to the community or had gained national and international recognition for their work. A Jubilee 150 Walk of 150 bronze plaques was created along the northern footpath of North Terrace from King William Street to Pulteney Street.

Don't forget to look up! The 'Progress' sculpture has looked over Rundle Mall for more than 50 years.

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Ruthven Mansions is historically and architecturally significant because when first built, they represented a benchmark in luxury accommodation in Australia.

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From veteran entertainers who know how to draw a crowd to up-and-comers looking for their big break, you can expect world-class performances without the entrance fee every day in Rundle Mall.

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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.

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