In the late 19th century, people from all social levels lived in the south-eastern corner of the city. The wealthy occupied mansions on East and South terraces, the growing middle class lived in Victorian villas in Halifax and Gilles streets, while the intervening small cottages were filled by workers who were able to walk to work. Examine how different socioeconomic groups lived side by side through built heritage.
This walk is approximately 2.6km in total. Please allow 2 hours to complete.
Starting point: House & Former Shop, 366A Gilles Street, Adelaide.
Website, Access the trail here or collect a hard copy from Hutt Street Library, 235 Hutt St, Adelaide or Adelaide Visitor Information Centre, 25 Pirie St, Adelaide.
Presented by City of Adelaide