The tallest building in South Australia, Westpac House is Adelaide's most recognisable building and most prestigious business address.
Westpac House dominates the Adelaide City skyline - reaching up 132 metres, covering four street frontages, and including multiple pedestrian thoroughfares.
Designed by Rod Roach Architecture and Woods Bagot Adelaide, this eye catching commercial building opened in 1988. Each of its 30 storeys are 4 metres high, and incorporate 360 degree views, column free floor space, large floor plates in excess of 1,000sqm, and finishes of the highest quality.
Recent refurbishments have improved the buildings’ sustainability credentials, obtaining a NABERS rating of 4 stars. Upgrades to the ground floor and lobby area include unique wall to wall hand woven tapestry.
From its superior vantage point, Westpac House boats superb views spanning Adelaide Hills, Glenelg Beach, Botanic Gardens, the new world class Adelaide Oval and unobstructed views of planes landing and taking off from the airport.
Building occupants include Westpac, Emirates, Australian Institute of Chartered Accountants, Maunsell Aecom, and the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
The building has an onsite café and leads directly into Topham Mall which has additional cafes, retail outlets, a florist, and a beauty salon.
The building is a short stroll from Adelaide’s landmark attractions including Adelaide Botanic Gardens, Victoria Square, and Rundle Mall. Tenants are only moments away from the Reserve Bank, Courts, Adelaide City Council, Town Hall, and Adelaide Casino.
10 minutes by taxi from the Adelaide Airport.
5 minute walk from the Adelaide Train Station.
Tram stop directly outside for seamless access around the City, out to Glenelg beach and the Entertainment Centre.
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Servcorp offices are located on levels 24 and 30 of Westpac House.
Level 24 features Australian themed art by Max Mannix. Based on his country upbringing and cattle farm work, his art depicts typical Australian scenes and stories. Max’s work features in private and corporate collections around the world, and has been exhibited in many one-man and group shows. The Mannix Studio Gallery is located in ‘The Sandstone Church’ at his home in Kenthurst, New South Wales.
Level 30 features abstract themed artwork by Lyndal Campbell. Campbell uses her immediate surroundings, environment, imagination and memories to inspire her artwork. Many layers are used to create intricate and detailed pieces such as the oil on canvas work “Red Lantern” (2008).
Westpac House is located in Adelaide’s city centre.