288 North Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000
Phone: (08) 8224 0666
Fax: (08) 8232 2911
We really look forward to welcoming you to Ayers House and hope you have wonderful time with us.
Here is some information about getting here, access and staying close by:
Perfectly Positioned Ayers House is perfectly positioned in the city, there is plenty to do and see near us. Take a glimpse of what life was like for colonial South Australians, tour through the Ayers House Historical Museum which is managed by the National Trust of South Australia so contact them directly for bookings and tours by phone on 8223 1234 and e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Stay close by in the East End and make the most of your time in the city. Whether you’re here for business or a party we are within walking distance of the best bits. Slip down onto Rundle Street (just behind us), for eats, coffee and boutique window shopping, you’ll then bump into Rundle Mall, the centre of shopping in Adelaide. UNI SA and Adelaide UNI are on the next block as are the State Library, Museum and Art Gallery. For lovers of nature there are the Adelaide Botanic Gardens and ‘East End’ parklands both within 50 meters(!), or wander around the River Torrens or visit the Royal Adelaide Zoo for some post party relaxation.
Disability Access Ayers House has full disability access to all of our event spaces and amenities.
Parking Unfortunately we are unable to provide complimentary car parking for clients onsite due to our city location. There is plenty of parking close to Ayers House, we recommend the two major car parks (and there are plenty more on Rundle Street); U-Park Located next to Ayers House (western neighbouring building), entrance on North Tce Ezipark Located 150m to Ayers House, entrance is on Frome Rd between North Tce & Rundle St
Public Transport Ayers House is easily accessible by public transport. Timetables for Adelaide’s buses and trains can be obtained from Adelaide Metro
Taxis Conveniently located across North Terrace is a Taxi rank, for peak times especially on weekend evenings we recommend pre-booking Smart Cars or other transportation services.
Photo Credits Much thanks to the contributing photographers Panache Photography Scott Goh Photography James Field Photography Glenn Hawke Photography Mel Boulden Photography Tomek Photography Glenn Alderson Photography Meg Hansen Photography Impressions Photography JT Lim Photography Timothy Berry Photography Andre-Goosen Photography State Library of South Australia