Adelaide is one of the most livable cities in the world, with a lively atmosphere and beautiful nature. The city is also famous for international sporting events and world-class art exhibitions and festivals such as Adelaide Fringe, Test Cricket, Clipsal 500, Santos Tour Down Under and Adelaide Festival.

Adelaide is a well-planned city. That means you spend less time traveling and more time to enjoy life. The cost of living is also not as high as other major cities in Australia. Adelaide is one of the top ‚Äėmost livable cities‚Äô in the world. That‚Äôs the reason why more than 40,000 students from 150 countries choose to live, work and study in Adelaide.

Adelaide is known as ‚Äúa capital of food and wine in Australia‚ÄĚ. With over 900 restaurants, pubs and cafes, more than any other of the major cities in the country, and 50% of the wine production comes from here. Adelaide has won an award for excellent food, and with many chefs and restaurants, it is also known around the world as a ‚ÄúGourmet Paradise‚ÄĚ.

Adelaide is also a home of the Adelaide Central Market, the largest fresh market in the southern hemisphere. The famous areas are Gouget and Chinatown.

Adelaide is the center of Australian art and culture. The creativity, music, and culture are in the DNA of Adelaide. This can be seen from the world-class spectacular art scenes, cultural museums and vibrant tourist attractions throughout the city.

Travelling around is very convenient because the transportation system connects all parts of the city and suburbs very well, with buses, trams and trains. Moreover, the roads are also safe for cyclists.

Attractions in Adelaide

North Terrace

This street is well-known as a road of culture in Adelaide and there are many tourist attractions along this road. You can visit the botanical gardens, the Art Gallery of South Australia, Government House Library, Parliament House, and Mortlock Wings which is one of the most beautiful libraries in the world.

Adelaide Botanic Garden

You can visit this botanical garden by walking through the eastern gate of the North Terrace. There are a variety of plants, herbs, mediterranean gardens, and native plant species, including an area designed to store water. There is a museum that provides information about many of the important plants. Also Bicentennial Conservatory and Mount Lofty Botanic Garden that have a collection of impressive plants in winter and rose gardens.

Adelaide Central Market

A famous shopping area of the city is located to the west of Victoria Square. It is one of the oldest indoor markets in the world, open since 1869. You can find fresh vegetables and fruits, seafood, flowers, pastries, cheese and international restaurants here. Each year, there are over 9 million tourists visit this market. Not far from the market, there are many Asian restaurants in the Chinatown area.

Adelaide Park Lands

The only city park in the world with an area larger than 9.4 square kilometres. It is divided into different zones such as area for strolling, kids playground, family area for picnics, and areas for sports activities with facilities. Furthermore, you can visit the Palm House, a glass building built more than 140 years ago in the area of ‚Äč‚Äčthe botanical garden


A popular place to escape from the busy city. You can travel here in just 25 minutes by tram leaving from Victoria Square in the center of the city. From its history, this place was the oldest European settlement on the mainland in southern Australia. Today, it is a good place for family trip and attracts many people to the beach. There is also an amusement park, The Beachouse, with many games and rides including giant slides and ferris wheels.

Adelaide Hills

Only a 20-minute drive from the city center you will reach this beautiful area. There are many activities to do such as feeding kangaroos and hugging koalas at Cleland Wildlife Park, or picking up fresh strawberries from Beerenberg. You can go along on the main streets in Hahndorf, you’ll find the oldest German communities in Australia.


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