Town Hall North

The Adelaide Town Hall is a significant icon in the history of the city. Residents and visitors admire its striking physical presence and social importance.

This webcam is mounted on the Adelaide Town Hall bell tower and looks north. The webcam gives you great views down the beautiful, tree-lined King William Street, towards North Adelaide.

When he designed the city in 1837, Colonel William Light laid King William Street as the city’s main artery, running through the geographical centre of town. It’s still the main artery today, like trams, cars and buses all flow along it, connecting south to north.

You will often see celebratory and commemorative marches heading north along this stretch King William Street. Notice how the State heritage listed buildings, such as the stunning art-deco style Savings Bank of South Australia building in the foreground blends with the more modern high rise structures. Looking through the buildings, you can see St Peter's Cathedral in the distance.

Town Hall North

Adelaide Town Hall, 128 King William Street Adelaide

This camera gives a great view of the coming and going of busy city life, as well as the occasional marches or parades in the city on big celebration days.

Town Hall North

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Town Hall South

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Rundle Lantern

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Rundle Street Projector

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