Adelaide is a coastal city with a population of 1.3 million, situated between the Mount Lofty Ranges and Gulf of St Vincent. Once considered a sleepy city, Adelaide is undergoing a rapid transformation with a budding small-bar scene, world-class art and music, and a festival calendar to rival that of any other Australian city. Discover its laneway secrets, take in the stunning flora at the Adelaide Botanic Gardens, and find delicious treats around every bend.
Suburbs of Adelaide
The Adelaide CBD is surrounded by beaches to the west, and hills to the east no more than 30 minutes’ drive away. If you are posted to Woodside to the south of Adelaide, Mt Barker and surrounding areas offer you the chance to live in pristine natural surroundings in the hills surrounded by trees. South Australia is also home to a number of renowned wine regions such as Barossa Valley to the north, and McLaren valley to the south of Adelaide.
SA Public Holidays
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Approximately 1.251 million.
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Adelaide Oval, Adelaide Botanic Garden, Glenelg Tram, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide Zoo, South Australian Museum, Waterfall Gully, Himeji Garden, Barossa Valley, McLaren Valley, wine regions, Clipsal 500, Fringe Festival
Welcome to Edinburgh
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