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Adelaide is the capital of South Australia, and is the fifth-largest city in Australia.

This warm welcoming city has a variety of great things to offer visiting tourists of all ages. Discover its warm comfortable beaches, unique art galleries, diverse shopping centers, and some beautiful story-book hill country. Visitors can be certain they won’t find any shortage of things to do and experience while traveling to Adelaide, Australia! The city is located just north of the Fleurieu Peninsula, on the Adelaide Plains between the Gulf St Vincent and the low-lying Mount Lofty Ranges which surround the city. Tourists looking to plan a vacation in the summer months can expect hot Mediterranean temperatures where things are very dry. Winter months bring in more mild temperatures with some precipitation. The geography that surrounds Adelaide is part of what makes it such a unique place to visit. It’s just one city within the country of Australia. Yet, it can provide you with many different types of landscape such as sandy beaches, remarkable rocks, national trails, and rivers! Another thing tourists love about taking holiday vacations to Adelaide is their long list of calendar events. Some of these would include the Credit Union Christmas Pageant, the Santos Tour Down Under, Womad, the Adelaide Festival, Adelaide Cup and Clipsal 500. Stop waiting, right now is the perfect time to plan your next Adelaide vacation!

Adelaide Natural Attractions
Cleland Conservation Park
Mount Lofty
Botanic Park, Adelaide
Adelaide Park Lands
Morialta Conservation Park
Elder Park
Himeji Gardens
Belair National Park
Warrawong Sanctuary

Adelaide Man-Made Attractions
Art Gallery of South Australia
Adelaide Zoo
Adelaide Botanic Gardens
Adelaide Oval
South Australian Museum
Victoria Square, Adelaide
Adelaide Festival Centre
Big Rocking Horse

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G'day mates! I'm Susan, a feisty Aussie writer with a love for all things quirky and unconventional. When I'm not pounding away at my keyboard, you can find me binge-watching 'The Bold and the Beautiful' (don't judge me), or trying to teach my pet koala how to do the cha-cha. My writing style can best be described as a mix of sass and wit, with a dash of down-under charm. So if you're in the mood for a good time and a good yarn, give my work a read!

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