Alive with fine wine, beautiful sceneries, and stunning architecture, Adelaide is a place not only city-lovers dream of, but also where nature lovers can find a bit of sanctuary amidst a bustling metropolis. Please give me 1 minute to impress you for this beautify city. Also if you have a young family, Adelaide has a lot of good schools to choose.
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- State: South Australia
- Population: 1.3 million
- Area: 1,827 km²
- Time Zone: UTC+9:30/+10:30)
- Climate: Mediterranean
- Mayor:Martin Haese
Top reasons to love Adelaide
Wine – Adelaide’s wine is one of the best in the world. Popular wine regions include: Adelaide Hills, Barossa Valley, Clare Valley and McLaren Vale.
Food – Adelaide boasts more restaurants per capita than any other city in Australia. But possibly its most famous dish is the “pie floater”.
Festivals – Adelaide is home to The Adelaide Festival of Arts, Fringe Festival, Festival of Ideas, OZASIA Festival, Feast Festival, Come Out Festival and WOMADelaide.
Beaches – The city’s 70km stretch of beautiful beaches are hardly ever crowded, which is a lot more than you can say for Sydney’s beaches.
Green Spaces – Adelaide has 29 parks where you can enjoy this perfect weather. There are over 700 hectares of parks in one city.
Higher Education – Adelaide has three world class universities: University of Adelaide, University of South Australia and Flinders University.
Accomodation – There are many options for visitor accomodation: hotel, backpacker, farm stay etc. Homestay is the best option if you want to truely experience the local culture in Adelaide.
Fun Facts About Adelaide
- An average of 380k international visitors come to South Australia every year.
- Adelaide is the first city hosts pandas in southern.
- Adelaide was in the top 10 of Word’s Most Liveable Cities in last 5 years .
- Adelaide has the nick name of City of Churches.