Adelaide

Overview

Once dubbed the sleepy City of Churches, Adelaide has recently emerged as a multicultural hub, bursting with culture, flavours, events and entertainment. Adelaide has world-famous wine regions only minutes from the city. Residents of Adelaide enjoy immersive festivals and a thriving restaurant and bar scene. The Capital of South Australia is the perfect home base to explore a variety of natural wonders.

Nature and Climate

Adelaide experiences mild winters and warm dry summers. An average maximum temperature of 29°C in summer and 15 - 16°C in winter. Rainfall mainly comes in winter. Unlike the east coast cities of Sydney and Brisbane, Adelaide’s skies are cloudier in winter than summer.

Arts & Culture

From indigenous and early immigrant art and culture through to a vibrant and modern-day music scene, Adelaide inspires people. The city celebrates and supports live music to the extent that Adelaide, being one of the few cities around the world to be awarded the title “UNESCO City of Music”. South Australia is known as the "Festival State" and when you observe Adelaide's festival calendar alone, it's easy to see why. Amazingly, the state capital now hosts over 500 festivals each year. "Mad March" is peak time for big international events.

Popular Attractions

Adelaide Central Markets, Day Trips to Vineyards – Wine Testing, Adelaide Oval, Art Galleries and Museums, Adelaide Botanic Gardens.