Victoria Square, Adelaide

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General Information

Victoria Square (Tarntanyangga) is the main public city square of Adelaide, Australia. The square was named in 1837, it was named after Princess Victoria who became the Queen of Britain shortly after. The local indigenous people know the area as ‘Tarntanyangga’, "The Dreaming Place of the Red Kangaroo". The square is situated in the city centre, it is bordered by some important buildings such as the Supreme Court and Federal Court. The square consists of the Queen Victoria statue and the Three Rivers Fountain. Victoria Square is a meeting place in the city, it is also the host of the Christmas tree of the city in the month of December.

Getting there

The square is situated in the centre of the city. By tram, take the FESTIVL or GLNELG lines to ‘Victoria Square’. By bus, take the 170, 172, 173, 174, 178, 190, 222, 224, 228, 251, 252 or 253 buses which all stop close to the square.

Opening Times and Admission

The square is a public square, it is free to use at any hour of any day.

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