Harry Lockett Ayers commissioned the design of this suitably grand residence with a large ballroom facing East Terrace. It was built in 1882, and as almost certainly designed by William McMinn. Harry Ayers, foundation member of the Adelaide Club, was…

This building is quite striking due to its originality, prominent corner site and excellent condition. It was built for A.H.C. Jensen in 1896, and represents aspects of residential development in Adelaide and the relatively late development of East…

From this point looking across the Parklands to the east approximately 600 metres you can see the old Victoria Park racecourse grandstand. Although horse racing was conducted in the eastern parklands from the 1840s, this structure was built in the…

The corner of East and South Terrace is the setting for the grand house Ochiltree, built in 1882 for John Rounsevell. Rounsevell made his fortune as a pastoralist and owner of a coaching business based in Pirie Street. His services delivered mail…

The Earl of Aberdeen Hotel, built in 1879-80, is an important part of Adelaide's original network of corner pubs. It shows the features of two different periods: a simple 19th Century style in the original part and a more elaborate 20th Century…