Treasury 1860

Treasury 1860 is Adelaide's newest premiere bar and restaurant serving up locally sourced dishes in tranquil surrounds, located in the iconic old Treasury building in the heart of the CBD. The building is steeped in history, including being the location where the first gold pound was made, where the Beatles hid whilst being swarmed by Adelaide fans on their tour, and has historic tunnels under the building. The building also houses the Adina apartments, which are rated in the top 3 hotels in Adelaide, with luxury self contained apartments. In the middle of the building is an incredible courtyard with a beautiful water fountain, trees and garden. it is an oasis in the middle of the city showcasing the best that South Australia has to offer.
Treasury 1860 is offering multiple art spaces in their registration. This includes a visual art space in both the restaurant and bar area, a performance space in the bar and a performance space in the courtyard for theatre or live music.

Venue Accessibility

  • Wheelchair Access
  • Main Entrance Wheelchair Access

There is a wheel chair ramp at the front entrance on King William St. The building is quite old (completed in 1860) and therefore the door ways are heavy and would require someone to hold doors open for people with less able bodies. There are no disabled toilets on the premises.

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144 King William St, Adelaide, SA, 5008