Beehive Corner Building
32-40 King William Street
Adelaide, SA 5000
+61 8 8203 7611 (Tourist Information)
An elaborate piece of work, this small building turns more heads than the nearby tower blocks. Built in 1895-96, it is a rare example of neo-Gothic architecture in Adelaide. The building's main features are its turret and beehive, and the busy trappings from cement moldings. Thanks to a big restoration effort in 1998, the place has regained much of its original charm. It stands at the entrance of the Rundle Mall retail hub and houses shops, including the famous Haigh's Chocolates store.