About Victoria Square
In the focal point of the city, at the crossing point with Grote Street and Wakefield Street, King William Street opens out into the patched up Victoria Square, an occasion setting with delightfully laid out greenery enclosures.
The square is additionally known by its native name, Tarndanyangga.
In the shadow of the advanced tall building hinders among them the Hilton Hotel, a couple of nice looking nineteenth-century structures have been protected.
On the south side, stands the forcing Magistrates' Courthouse 1851 with a Doric corridor and the neoclassical Supreme Court 1868.
Other highlights of the square incorporate a statue of Queen Victoria and a beguiling wellspring by John Dowie, with figures speaking to the three chief waterways of South Australia, the Murray, the Torrens, and the Onkaparinga.
On the east side of Victoria Square lies the Treasury Building connecting the Town Hall, and St Francis Xavier Cathedral 1856-1926.