More like a big country town than a city, South Austrsalia’s capital is a compact, laid-back place of parks, wide streets and low-rise buildings. Close enough to the Outback and the Barossa for day trips, Adelaide is a perfect base camp for exploring the wider world of South Australia. At night, downtown Adelaide is a hip and heady mix of streetlife and bright lights. After a night out in town, you and your loved one can stroll back to your boutique hotel along streets lit by cascades of neon, and fountains illuminated with incandescent rainbows of colour.
Adelaide’s long and varied history is written in its graceful colonial buildings, and told with style in the superb displays in the South Australian Museum. The city is a foodie’s paradise. You can grab a snack of dumplings and jasmin tea at a sidewalk joint in Chinatown, or chew the fat with a few Adelaide locals over coffee and breakfast at The Big Table in the Central Market. Join the Rundle Street ringers (country folk in the big city) for a shopping spree downtown, then ride a tram out to Glenelg Beach for a beer and a feed of fish ‘n’ chips.
Conveniently located in the heart of Adelaide on King William Street, Quality Apartments Adelaide Central, will provide you with stunning […]
Charming and sophisticated, the Adabco Boutique Hotel is located in the vibrant East End of the city of Adelaide. Formally […]