Your visit: Adelaide Town Hall

We look forward to welcoming you to one of our concerts at the Adelaide Town Hall soon.

128 King William St, Adelaide SA 5000
(08) 8203 7590

The Adelaide Town Hall is a significant icon in the history of the city. Former Mayor of the City Edmund Wright (1859) built the Adelaide Town Hall in 1866. Local materials including Tea Tree Gully freestone and Dry Creek bluestone feature prominently throughout the design.

The Adelaide Town Hall holds a celebrity in its own right – the $1.3 million Walker & Sons Organ. Organists from around the world relish the opportunity to play the organ, which at the time of installation in 1990 was the largest mechanical action instrument built in the UK in a century.

Transport & Parking


Getting there

For corporate and airport transfers, we recommend:

Hughes Limousines
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Bookings and enquiries on 1300 615 165
For public transport options we recommend using Adelaide Metro's Journey Planner



For easy parking nearby, we recommend:

UPark at Topham Mall
3 minute walk from the Adelaide Town Hall and only $8 (weekdays) / $7 (weekend) if you pre-book online and park after 4pm



Visit our partners at Electra House and the Adina Apartment Hotel Adelaide Treasury for a pre or post-concert drink and/or dinner:


Programs & FREE Pre-Concert Talks

Download a program from the concert web page, and read about the music, the composers and the artists. Printed programs will also be available for sale at the concert venue. Click here for program note archives.

For our Master Series: Don't forget about The Mingling Room! FREE one hour prior to Master Series concerts, in the Meeting Hall (located just behind the Adelaide Town Hall). There’ll be a bar so after the pre-concert presentation, you can linger, buy a drink and discuss the music with new and old friends before enjoying the concert.