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Sophisticated and cultured Adelaide

Australia flavours

Adelaide is a vibrant city that is small enough to make getting around super easy, but large enough that there is something for every one of its visitors to enjoy.

Take a tram ride to Glenelg or visit Henley Beach or Semaphore. Hire a car and drive to beachside hot spots on the Fleurieu Peninsula such as Port Willunga, Normanville, Goolwa or Victor Harbor or jump across to gorgeous Kangaroo Island where pretty much any beach is perfect.

The River Torrens runs from the Adelaide Hills to Henley Beach. The Torrens Lake in Adelaide city is a popular and picturesque spot.

The Adelaide Hills, barely a 20 minute drive from the city is a story-book pretty region.

Discover why Adelaide is the gateway to Australia's premier wine regions, with easy access to over 200 cellar doors.

Head to Cleland Conservation Park or Gorge Wildlife Park in the Adelaide Hills where you can cuddle koalas or feed kangaroos, wallabies, Emus and many other native Australian animals.

Take a relaxing Murray River cruise aboard the historic paddle-wheeler PS Murray Princess.

Explore the magical ancient natural wonders that South Australia has to offer at the famous natural formations in the Flinders Ranges, Murray River.

See Giant Pandas Wang Wang and Funi among other fascinating animals at the Adelaide Zoo. The zoo is home to over 1800 animals and almost 300 species of exotic and native mammals, birds, reptiles and fish.

Explore the Adelaide Central Markets and taste many delights from many produce stalls. Buy some delicious gourmet goods for a picnic in one of Adelaide's picturesque parks or gardens such as the Adelaide Botanic Gardens.

The recently renovated North Terrace precinct is home to the Art Gallery of South Australia, the South Australian Museum, Ayers House, the Botanic Gardens or the National Wine Centre of Australia and Parliament House.

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