We’ve reached the conclusion of our tour. We hope you’ve enjoyed learning more about these significant places and Grieve Gillett Andersen’s role in their development, recognition and protection. Feel free to explore these locations further, or enjoy…

Our tour concludes at the National Wine Centre of Australia, the flagship of the Australian Wine industry; a cultural and educational centre for winemaking in Australia and a major tourist attraction. Designed by Grieve Gillett Andersen in…

A grim reminder of the site’s early history, this small building, now used as a maintenance shed, was the former Mortuary of the Adelaide Lunatic Asylum. Established in 1852, the Adelaide Asylum overlooked the original Adelaide Botanic Gardens and…

Named after the Adelaide Botanic Gardens’ most celebrated director Dr. Richard Schomburgk (1811-1891), the Schomburgk Pavilion was constructed in 2006 in celebration of the Gardens’ 150th Anniversary. Designed by Flightpath Architects, the Pavilion…

This picturesque cottage is the North Lodge, constructed in 1866 as an on-site residence for the Adelaide Botanic Gardens’ head gardener. While the original architect has not been identified, it is understood that the cottage was constructed by…

This impressive edifice is the Goodman Building, the ‘crown jewel’ of the former Hackney tram depot complex constructed on this site in the late 1900s. The Goodman Building is the former administrative ‘home base’ of Municipal Tramways Trust, a…