About Adelaide

Adelaide is known for its many sporting events, including Australian rules football, motor sports, and tennis. Adelaide Oval stadium has hosted cricket matches since 1871. At the city's heart is Victoria Square and vibrant, 19th-century Central Market, specializing in produce. The Glenelg beach neighborhood on Holdfast Bay has native dolphin and seal populations, plus cycling trails. Adelaide is also a popular base for exploring Barossa and Clare Valley wine country, the Adelaide Hills, where the Mt. Lofty Summit overlooks the coast, and Kangaroo Island's wildlife and beaches. Adelaide is home to renowned museums such as the Art Gallery of South Australia, displaying expansive collections including noted Indigenous art, and the South Australian Museum, devoted to natural history. The city's Adelaide Festival is an annual international art gathering with spin-offs including fringe and film events.
Morialta Conservation Park

Morialta Conservation Park, formerly the Morialta Falls Reserve and the Morialta Falls National Pleasure Resort, is a protected area 10 km north-east of Adelaide city center. The park is in a rugged bush environment, with a narrow gorge set with three waterfalls, bounded by steep ridges and cliffs. The park caters to many activities such as bushwalking, bird watching, and rock climbing.
Waterfall Gully

Waterfall Gully is an eastern suburb of the South Australian capital city of Adelaide. It is located in the foothills of the Mount Lofty Ranges around 5 km east-south-east of the Adelaide city center. The main attraction of Waterfall Gully is the waterfall.
Victoria Square

Victoria Square also known as Tarntanyangga is the central square of five public squares in the Adelaide city centre. It is one of six squares designed by the founder of Adelaide, Colonel William Light, who was Surveyor-General in 1837. It sits at the centre of Adelaide’s grid-like structure and is bordered by a number of important edifices, including the Supreme Court of South Australia, the old Treasury building, and the General Post Office. To the east of the square, you’ll find the Roman Catholic Cathedral Church of St Francis Xavier and the State Government offices, while to the west, there is a selection of commercial buildings, like the Adelaide Central Market and the Hilton Hotel.
Big Rocking Horse

Big Rocking Horse is the world's biggest rocking horse and a popular tourist attraction. It is part of a larger complex that includes a wooden toy factory, wildlife park, and cafe. The factory sells a large range of wooden toys and souvenirs, while the wildlife park features a number of native and introduced species, including emus and kangaroos.
Carrick Hill

Carrick Hill is a historic property at the foot of the Adelaide Hills, in the suburb of Springfield. It was the Adelaide home of Sir Edward "Bill" Hayward and his wife Ursula and contains a large collection of drawings, sculptures, antiques, and paintings. It is one of the few period homes in Australia to have survived with its grounds undiminished and most of its original contents intact.
Adelaide Gaol

Adelaide Gaol is a former Australian prison located in the Park Lands of Adelaide was one of Australia's longest continuously operational prison facilities. The Gaol is one of the two oldest buildings still standing in South Australia and is now a museum, tourist attraction and function centre. Over those gruelling 147 years, Adelaide Gaol housed some of the state's most notorious and dangerous criminals.
Clare Valley

Clare Valley is home to more than 30 wineries, most of which are small and family-run. It is one of Australia's oldest wine-producing areas, with a winemaking history dating back 160 years. At the annual Clare Valley Gourmet Weekend in May, you can be the first to sample the year's vintage before the winemaking process is complete, a privilege usually reserved for the winemaker.
Onkaparinga River National Park

Onkaparinga River National Park is a protected area in the Australian state of South Australia located about 32 kilometers south of Adelaide city center. The area conserves important fish breeding habitat and hundreds of native plant and animal species, many of which are rare. The Onkaparinga River estuary also provides a habitat for endangered migratory birds. You can go fishing in the river, wander along the wetland boardwalks, ride a bicycle on the shared use trails, walk your dog, kayak the calm waters surrounded by peaceful nature.
St Peter's Cathedral

St Peter's Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral in the South Australian capital of Adelaide. It is the seat of the Archbishop of Adelaide and Metropolitan of the Province of South Australia. The south front has similar features to the Cathedral of Notre Dame and the Church of St Jean-Baptiste de Belleville in Paris, including an ornate rose window above the main entrance which depicts stories of South Australia and the Bible.
Sturt Gorge Recreation Park

Sturt Gorge Recreation Park is internationally recognized as an area of conservation and geological significance. The park conserves the nationally threatened grey box grassy woodland vegetation that was once abundant across southern Australia. The park is also home to a rock formation, known as sturt tillite, which is believed to have been formed from glacial material dropped from ice floating in the ocean that covered South Australia 800 million years ago.
Adelaide Zoo

Adelaide Zoo is Australia's second-oldest zoo and houses about 300 native and exotic species, with over 3,000 animals on site. The zoo provides visitors with the experience of walking through the jungle, with Sumatran tigers and orangutans seemingly within reach.
Best Time To Visit Adelaide

The best time to visit Adelaide is from March to May and September to November when the weather is pleasant.

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