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Known as the ‘City of Churches’ Adelaide has a wealth of stunning buildings a beautiful centre and a rich culture. Explore the city’s vibrant live music scene its lively nightlife and its great restaurants. Learn more about Adelaide’s past in the city’s many excellent museums and galleries or head to the local beach to enjoy Australian coastal life. For a true Adelaide experience

pick up some tickets for a game at the famous Oval and spend a relaxing day at the cricket.

Areas & Neighbourhoods in Adelaide

CBD – Surrounded by parkland and waterways central Adelaide is one of Australia’s most picturesque CBDs. Shop for bargains in the city’s Central Markets or in the Rundle Mall learn about local culture and history in the area’s museums or relax in one of the many parks that ring the CBD.

Glenelg Beach – One of the closest beaches to central Adelaide Glenelg is a fantastic destination for anyone looking to escape the heat of the city. Go diving snorkelling or swimming walk along the pretty coastal promenade or enjoy an al fresco meal in one of Glenelg’s many eateries.

North Adelaide – Located to the north of the Adelaide Oval North Adelaide is a leafy district with a great choice of green spaces and leisure facilities. As well as the Oval North Adelaide boasts a golf course acres of parkland and several play areas and walking routes. Many of the district’s pubs and restaurants are heritage listed giving you a great excuse to explore as many as possible during your stay.

Cleland Conservation Park – Just a short drive from Adelaide’s CBD you’ll find the Cleland Conservation Park. Home to koalas wombats kangaroos and a selection of reptiles the park is a great place to get close to nature and learn more about Adelaide’s habitat.

Things to See in Adelaide

One of the most famous sights in Adelaide is the city’s historic Oval. Established in 1871 the ground is an important part of city life and a must see during your stay in Adelaide. Another prominent cultural institution in the city is the Art Gallery of South Australia. Founded in 1881 the gallery is home to a huge collection of works from Australia and around the world. Other sights in Adelaide include Rundle Mall the first pedestrianized mall in Australia Adelaide Botanic Gardens Victoria Square and Adelaide Gaol.

Things to Do in Adelaide

From shopping and dining to swimming and cycling there are plenty of activities to keep you busy in and around Adelaide. Indulge in a little retail therapy in Rundle Mall or the Central Markets learn about the city’s origins in the Migration Museum or Adelaide Gaol take in a game at the Oval or relax in one of the picturesque parks that surround the city. Adelaide is also home to a number of zoos and conservation projects giving you plenty of opportunities to get close to nature during your stay.

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Enjoy the delights of the ocean, a pretty coastline, heritage architecture and a fun-filled amusement park at this charming beach resort on the edge of Adelaide.


Adelaide Central Business District

Travellers to Adelaide Central Business District praise its popular shops. If you've got some more time to explore, be sure to stop by Rundle Mall and Victoria Square.


McLaren Vale

Enjoy watersports, visit historical buildings, explore a shipwreck and go on wine-tasting tours in one of South Australia's oldest wine regions.



Find a little slice of Germany in the Adelaide Hills, where the tree-lined main street bustles with old-fashioned bakeries, pubs, restaurants and winery cellar doors.


North Adelaide

North Adelaide is popular for its abundant dining options, and if you're looking for more to see and do, you might think about a trip to Adelaide Oval or Adelaide Zoo.

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Aldinga Beach

Visit a beachside suburb of Adelaide that offers plenty of watersports action, maritime history, countryside exploration and beautiful sea views.