Hindmarsh Square/ Mukata

The north-western quadrant contains an exciting sculptural play space, close to the City centre, providing a respite for busy shoppers and children. Keep an eye out for ultra-cool food trucks and plenty of city workers chowing down throughout weekday lunch times.

In the north west corner there is also a head-turning playground, where giant fishbones, footwear, taps and hoses have been turned into a unique playground area.

Fun Fact

The Bunya Bunya Pine in this square is the tallest tree in the CBD.

Did you know

In 1909 tram tracks were laid through the Square dissecting it into the four portions you see today.

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"I love that food trucks occasionally gather here at lunchtime. It's an excuse to get out of the office and enjoy lunch in the park."