North Terrace Campus, Adelaide
The North Terrace campus serves as Adelaide’s main campus and the home for most of its teaching and research facilities. Established in 1874, art and architecture form an integral part in the atmosphere of North Terrace campus which has a total of eight statues within the university. One of the more famous buildings within campus is the Elder Hall, which may be considered as its cultural hub. The Elder Conservatorium of Music is located here and is a popular venue for concerts and other events.
You can contact or visit the North Terrace campus through these details:
- Mailing Address
The University of Adelaide
- General Enquiries
Telephone: 8313 4455
(or dial ‘9’ internally for switchboard)
- Useful Contacts
Security, Gas, Electricity, Water, Poisons, Maintenance: 8313 5990
University Health: 8313 5050
Childcare: 8313 5429
Adelaide offers a variety of housing choices to suit their students’ needs. One may opt to choose from university accommodation, residential colleges, and other forms of accommodation. They also offer assistance to help students find the right housing for them. For more information, visit Adelaide’s housing site here.
If you need help finding your way around campus, a downloadable version of North Terrace’s campus map is available here in PDF.
About North Terrace
North Terrace is only one of the four terraces (one for each direction) that surround Adelaide, the capital city of South Australia. Majority of the space in North Terrace is occupied by cultural institutions and public buildings such as large museums, businesses and recreational parks.