Located between the slopes and the sea Adelaide is a fascinating city with plenty of interesting things to see and do. Let’s look at some of the top attractions to visit while you’re here.
Visit Adelaide’s wealthiest avenue, North Terrace, which one of the most critical social organizations of the city. Apart from the Adelaide Casino and the State Parliament, this tree-lined road is also home to the Museum, the Gallery of Art, and The University of Adelaide. Finish off your stroll by going to the Gardens, a heritage of Adelaide’s past with notable structures and three striking glasshouses on location.
Port Adelaide has come to be an incredibly popular tourist destination. You’ll find museums, incredible heritage buildings as well as many restaurants. Most of the area within this town is considered a State Heritage Area. Those looking for accommodation in Adelaide CBD can consider staying at a serviced apartment such as Oaks Horizons which is located 21 minutes away from the Port Adelaide.
This is an absolutely breathtaking event venue that has been thoroughly enhanced by its beautiful gardens. The square is also popular by its aboriginal name, Tarndanyangga. It lies in the shadow of today’s high-rise blocks and wonderfully preserved 19th-century buildings.
Cleland Wildlife Park
The park exists to care for a whole myriad of different cute and cuddly Aussie animals all in a naturalistic environment. You’ll witness kangaroos, potoroos, emus, and wallabies all roam freely in the available wide-open spaces. Also, you can wander in the area to feed and interact with these adorable creatures.
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