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Pass By: Art Gallery of South Australia, North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia 5000 Australia
The Art Gallery of South Australia (AGSA), established as the National Gallery of South Australia in 1881, is located in Adelaide. It is the most significant visual arts museum in the Australian state of South Australia. It has a collection of almost 45,000 works of art, making it the second largest state art collection in Australia (after the National Gallery of Victoria). As part of North Terrace cultural precinct, the Gallery is flanked by the South Australian Museum to the west and the University of Adelaide to the east.
Pass By: Victoria Square/ Tarntanyangga, Victoria Square, Adelaide, South Australia 5000 Australia
Victoria Square, also known as Tarntanyangga or Tarndanyangga , is a public square in the South Australian capital of Adelaide. The area was named “Victoria Square” by the Street Naming Committee on 23 May 1837, after Princess Victoria, then heir presumptive of the British throne. The Kaurna people know the whole Adelaide city and parklands area as Tarndanyangga, “The Dreaming Place of the Red Kangaroo”, and in line with the Adelaide City Council’s recognition of Kaurna country, the square has been officially referred to as Victoria Square/Tarndanyangga since 2001.
Pass By: Adelaide Central Market, 44 – 60 Gouger St, Adelaide, South Australia 5000 Australia
The Adelaide Central Market is one of the largest undercover fresh produce markets in the Southern Hemisphere, with 1 million kilograms of fresh produce delivered to the Market and sold every month. The Market offers a huge range of fresh food including fruit and vegetables, meat and poultry, seafood, cheeses, bakery, small goods and health foods, along with some of Adelaide’s most frequented cafes and eateries.
Pass By: North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia 5000 Australia
North Terrace is one of the four terraces that bound the central business and residential district of Adelaide, the capital city of South Australia. It runs east-west, along the northern edge of “the square mile”. The western end continues on to Port Road, and the eastern end continues across the Adelaide Parklands as Botanic Road