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    Adelaide has been named Australia’s most liveable city.


Adelaide has been named Australia’s most liveable city; where population has the best quality of life across the entire country. The city is very easy to get around and for this reason is known as the “20 minute city”. The airport, the City, the Hills and the beaches are always less than half an hour away by car. Its landscape is colored in green from the large number of trees right in the middle of the city buildings as well as shaped by the hills on the background of every place you go. Adelaide has a diverse cultural lifestyle, food is sensational and the region is proudly known as the Australia’s wine capital, with numerous wineries to choose from. Just two hours’ drive and a short ferry ride south of Adelaide you will find Kangaroo Island, and iconic tourist destination with pristine beaches, unique wildlife and unforgettable sunsets.

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Must See


Adelaide Oval

Adelaide Oval is a stadium in Adelaide, South Australia, located in the parklands between the city centre and North Adelaide.

And in 2014 a huge project to upgrade the oval was completed – 280,000 tonnes of earth were removed, 60,000 cubic metres of concrete were laid and 14,000 bolts were bolted. The result is an amazing transformation.

The oval has always been a picturesque icon, but now it is also one of the most advanced, state-of-the art outdoor venues in Australia. From some angles it almost resembles a spaceship.

Location: War Memorial Dr, North Adelaide SA 5006

Adelaide Central Market

You'll find a huge range of fresh food, all under one roof - fruit and vegetables, meat and poultry, seafood, gourmet cheeses, bakery products, sweets, nuts and health foods. Shoppers can also take a break in some of the hippest cafes in Adelaide.

The Adelaide Central Market buzzes with life and colour all year round and is a special place for the regulars, who wouldn't shop anywhere else.

The Adelaide Central Market is open from Tuesday to Saturday every week.

Location: The Adelaide Central Market is conveniently located in the heart of the Adelaide CBD making it easily accessible from wherever you may be.

Art Gallery Of South Australia

The Art Gallery of South Australia holds one of Australia's finest collections of Australian and International art.

The gallery's permanent display of Australian art is outstanding, enabling you to track the development of Australian art from the colonial period to the present day. Its collection of 19th century colonial art contains fine examples of early oil painting, watercolours, sculpture, silver and furniture.

The gallery also has a comprehensive collection of Aboriginal desert dot paintings from Central Australia, dating from the beginning of the painting movement in the early 1970s.

Visitors can also trace the history of European art from the 15th to 20th century, particularly the development of landscape and portrait painting.

The highlight of the gallery's Asian collection is its holdings of South East Asian ceramics that is the finest museum collection of such material in the world.

Location: North Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000

Barossa Valley Wine Region

The Barossa Valley is a valley in South Australia located 60 km northeast of the Adelaide city centre and which is notable as a major wine-producing region and tourist destination.

With more than 80 cellar doors and 150 wineries, you wouldn’t know where to where start.

Each has its own specialities and quirks, ranging from big name bestsellers to boutique wineries.

Each is worth a visit.

Adelaide Botanic Garden

The Adelaide Botanic Garden is an oasis in the cosmopolitan heart of the city. This 16-hectare historical garden features stunning collections of plants including Australian natives, exotics and ornamental plants.

Things to see include the magnificently restored Victorian Palm House, the SA Water Mediterranean Garden, the Amazon Waterlily Pavilion, the Santos Museum of Economic Botany, Bicentennial Conservatory and the Australian Native Garden. The garden also has permanent and temporary public installations by South Australian artists and designers.

Admission charges apply for the Bicentennial Conservatory, otherwise entry is free.

Location: North Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000

Adelaide Zoo

Adelaide Zoo is just a 15 minute walk from the central business district and is home to more than 1,800 animals and almost 300 species of exotic and native mammals, birds, reptiles and fish exhibited in over eight hectares of magnificent botanic surroundings.

Adelaide Zoo is also home to Wang Wang and Funi, the only Giant Pandas in the Southern Hemisphere.

Zookeepers provide daily animal feeds and keeper talks. You can join an Adelaide Zoo free walkabout tour throughout the day - tours depart from various locations every half hour between 9.45am and 3.30pm.