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[Travel to Oceania] Australia: Adelaide

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Adelaide is known as Australia’s City of Culture and Arts. Adelaide is a beautiful city with historic churches and vast parks. With museums, the historic University of Adelaide and the Botanical Gardens, Australia’s oldest wine-producing Barossa Valley and Glenelg Beach where you can swim with dolphins, many tourists visit. Adelaide was named after Adelaide, the queen of King William IV of England.

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Location

Adelaide is a city located in the southern part of Australia.

History

Adelaide was originally a city where the Kaurna indigenous people lived. The British settled in 1836 and built Adelaide. Britain made this land a colony and built a city. Adelaide became a free city and immigrants were not persecuted by religion and their freedom was guaranteed. It is now Australia’s fifth largest city.

Climate

Adelaide has a Mediterranean climate. Temperatures range from 7 ° C to 30 ° C throughout the year.

Language

The official language of Australia is English. Some people use Creole. There are other indigenous languages.

Security

Adelaide is one of the safest places in Australia. However, please be careful because there are many damages such as scratches, deductions, and snatching.

Race

Over 80% of Australia is Caucasian of European descent. Others are Asians and Aborigines.

industry

Adelaide has a well-developed munitions industry and military-related research institutes. Furthermore, the production of iron ore and electronic parts is flourishing.

religion

More than 60% of Christians are in Australia. Others are non-religious.

currency

Australian dollars are used in Australia.

Sightseeing spot 1 : The Art Gallery of South Australia

The Art Gallery of South Australia has more than 35,000 collections and is home to many collections. You can appreciate Aboriginal art and works of domestic artists.

Sightseeing spot 2 : South Australian Museum

The South Australian Museum is free to visit. You can learn about weapons, tools, and lifestyles that have been used since ancient times from Aborigines.

Sightseeing spot 3 : Ayers House Museum

The building where Sir Henry Ayers, who was active as Governor of Adelaide, lived from 1855 to 1897. It is now a museum and is also used as a venue for private events such as events and weddings.

Sightseeing spot 4 : Adelaide Botanic Garden

Adelaide Botanic Garden is a botanical garden that is a place of relaxation for Adelaide citizens. There are benches and cafes in the park, so you can take a break.

Sightseeing spot 5 : Adelaide Central Market

Adelaide Central Market is a market where many locals gather. With more than 70 stores, it is the largest indoor market in the Southern Hemisphere.

Sightseeing spot 6 : St. Peter’s Cathedral

St. Peter’s Church is an Anglican cathedral. You can visit the inside of the church for free. Free guided tours are also available.

Sightseeing spot 7 : Light’s Vision

The Wright Observatory is an observatory that overlooks the beautiful cityscape of Adelaide. There is a statue of Colonel William Light.

Sightseeing spot 8 : Rundle Mall

Rundle Mall is a huge shopping mall in Adelaide. We have everything from major department stores and Meyer to brand shops, souvenir shops, restaurants, cafes and movie theaters.

Sightseeing spot 9 : Adelaide Hills

Adelaide Hills is also famous as a winery region that produces good quality wines.

Sightseeing spot 10 : Hahndorf

It is the oldest surviving German settlers town. There are traditional German houses, pretzels, pubs with German beer and German dogs, and authentic German restaurants.

Sightseeing spot 11 : Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island is a wildlife paradise. There are kangaroos, Australian sea lions, New Zealand fur seals, koalas, wallabies, possums, and short-beaked echidnas.

Sightseeing spot 12 : Glenelg Beach

Glenelg Beach is a popular beach. There are many hotels, restaurants and cafes, so you can enjoy your meal or drink right in front of the scenery.

Sightseeing spot 13 : McLaren Vale

Located 33km south of Adelaide, it is a famous winery town. Good quality wine is produced in the place where the wine industry was born.

Sightseeing spot 14 : Adelaide University 

Founded in 1874, the University of Adelaide is Australia’s third oldest and most historic public university in the country. It is a prestigious school that gave birth to five Nobel laureates.

Sightseeing spot 15 : Adelaide Festival Center

A multipurpose facility established in 1973. There are concert halls and theaters, and many events are held here.

Hotel

Adelaide has plenty of accommodation. The nearest airport is Adelaide Airport. Tickets and accommodations can be booked from the link below. It also supports other languages.

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