Griffins Hotel Hindmarsh Square Adelaide – 34°55’26″S 138°36’07″E / 34.924°S 138.602°E / -34.924; 138.602) is a main road in the northeastern part of the city of Adelaide, South Australia.
This street runs from west to east from King William Street to East Terrace. On the other side of King William Street, continues into Currie Street. Its intersection with Pultey Street circles Hindmarsh Square.
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A dedicated bus lane crosses Grefell and Curry streets, limiting private vehicles to one more lane and carrying almost all bus traffic through the city in an east-west direction. East of Grfell, a dedicated bus route takes buses across East Terrace to the O-Bahn tunnel under Rymil Park.
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Griffell Street was named after Pascoe St Leger Gruffell, a Cornish businessman and member of the Church Society of South Australia. His significant gift of one acre of land on North Terrace was used for the construction of the Church of the Holy Trinity – one of the first churches built in the city.
Griffell also donated another 40 acres (16 ha) of country land for the church to use as glebe land. These lands later became the outskirts of the Trinity Guards.
In July 2012, a dedicated bus lane was introduced along Griffell Street in both directions, operating weekdays from 7am to 7pm. In bus lanes, taxis, cyclists and ambulances can also use the lanes, but private vehicles can only drive up to 100 meters (330 feet) in the bus lanes.
In December 2016, after the Extion O-Bahn tunnel was built under Rymil Park to the east of the street, buses that used to run on the North Terrace started running permanently from Gräfell (although temporarily diverted from the North Terrace to be transported via East Terrace during the construction of the Botanic tram) The Line of Adelaide started in early October that year).
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Ctral Hall, at no. 102a Grfell, built by Mrs. Phillipson of Glelg for use by the Adelaide German Club (Allgemeiner Deutscher Verein) in 1894, in June of that year.
It was then used for various community purposes (many of which were unrelated to the club) for nearly 20 years. Charles Cawthorne took over the lease and opened it on 7 August 1915 in Que Hall. It was used for performances, notably concerts, operas, plays, and fundraisers for the First World War, and occasionally hosted variety shows. Its use as a theater declined from 1923 and until 1929 it was operated as a dance hall. The building was partially destroyed by fire on November 4, 1929, until it was repaired, and in 1933 it stood as an embassy ballroom with an Art Deco facade. In the 1950s, it was converted into a cinema, first called the Plaza Theatre, and in 1965 renamed Paris Cinema. It was later demolished and the Regt Arcade was built on the site.
Grfell Street stretches from King William Street to East Terrace. It is one of the medium-width roads on the Adelaide grid, with a chain 1+ 1⁄2 wide (99 ft; 30 m).
On the other side of King William Street, the western continuation of Grfell Street is Currie Street, named for Raikes Currie, a member of the South Australian Association and Company of South Australia.
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The section of road running parallel to Rundle Mall (west of Hindmarsh Square) has many retail outlets, as well as the trans south of the mall’s many arcades, streets and canteens. Office buildings and nightspots are also located on the street. East d is on the south side by the Tandania National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, an art and cultural museum which is also used as the venue for the Adelaide Fringe and other events, and on the north side by the East d redevelopment market.
On the corner of Griffell Street and East Terrace is the old Griffell Power Station building. Most of the building now houses the Mark National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, across Griffell Road, which was inscribed on the SA Heritage Register in November 1984.
While the converter station faces the old East Terrace. To the east of the north east corner of the Tandanya building is a ground level plinth containing the ‘History of Engineering’, presented by the Australian Institute of Manufacturing, the Electricity Trust of South Australia and the Adelaide City Council on 6 September. April 1995.
The Griffins Hotel, built in 1886, is at the corner of Griffell Street and Hindmarsh Square; The address is 40 Hindmarsh Square.