Adelaide City Guide

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.

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Quick Facts

  • 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

  1. An average of 380k international visitors come to South Australia every year.
  2. Adelaide is the first city hosts pandas in southern.
  3. Adelaide was in the top 10 of Word’s Most Liveable Cities in last 5 years .
  4. Adelaide has the nick name of City of Churches.