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Exploring Adelaide

Set among the famed Australian wine regions of the Clare Valley, McLaren Vale, and the Barossa Valley, the laid-back city of Adelaide is South Australia’s capital and cultural hub. With its stylish architecture, art and music events, fine dining, fun nightlife, and glorious beachside setting, the city is a hub for visitors from across Australia and the world.

The best time for a visit to this lively, cultural city is during late February and March when Adelaide’s famous festivals and events take centre stage. Everything from music festivals, the Adelaide Fringe with its plethora of entertainments and shows, the Adelaide Cup horseracing week, the Adelaide Festival itself, the World of Music, Arts and Dance event, and the Clipsal 500 motor race take place at this time, drawing many thousands of visitors.

Accommodation in Adelaide

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular accommodation in Adelaide is the Accommodate SA , which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended The Retreat at Stirling in Adelaide as it has been reserved 5 times.

Sightseeing in Adelaide

- Adelaide Zoo

The main attractions at Adelaide Zoo are the giant pandas, a rarity in most zoos and a treat for family visits. Eight hectares of landscaped botanic gardens house over 300 species, with 1,800 animals in total, including kangaroos, wallabies, and cute koala bears. A conservation ark and behind-the-scene tours complete the picture.

- Belair National Park

Belair National Park lies just south of Adelaide and encompasses bushwalking and hiking trails, an adventure playground for children, and historic Old Government House, the South Australian colony’s first official summer residence for its viceroy. For a more up-close and personal encounter with Australian wildlife, Cleland Conservation Park is worth a visit.

Transportation in Adelaide

Adelaide’s international airport offers flights from Europe via Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, and Singapore, as well as domestic services from Australia’s major cities. Ground transportation is by taxi, hotel, or Skylink shuttle, or the public JetBus. Once in the city, getting around is easy via tram, metro bus, the free CityLoop bus, metro train, taxi, or hire car.

Adelaide travel guides

Adelaide Travel Guides