Adelaide Travel Guide
Adelaide is the cosmopolitan capital of South Australia. Offering an exceptional combination of food and wine, art, shopping, a bustling bar scene and world-class events, Adelaide is worth visiting all year-round. From famous sporting events, including Austalian-rules football, motor sports, and tennis, to vibrant Victoria Square, and its 19th century Central Market, Adelaide has offerings that are varied and unique to entice visitors.
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.
Sample some of the best Australia has to offer by visiting Adelaide, home of the Art Gallery of South Australia with displays of noted Indigenous Art, the South Australian Museum devoted to natural history, and the city's Adelaide Festival which celebrates the arts with spin-offs including fringe and film events. It's always a good idea to visit Adelaide and get a taste of real Australian culture and hospitality.
Adelaide is nicest to visit during fall and spring which occur from March to May and September through November. During these month, rainfall is rare and daytime temperatures hover around 60 and 70 degrees.