Adelaide City Guides

A is for Art Gallery

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Adelaide’s North Terrace is known as our cultural precinct – which includes our Art Gallery. Miss 3 and I were greeted by very friendly and helpful staff at the information desk and we strolled through some of the exhibitions on Read More »

B is for the Beachouse at Glenelg

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Glenelg beach is Adelaide’s most popular and easiest to get to by tram from the CBD. There is sooooo much to do, see, eat and play. The main attraction for kids and families is The Beachouse entertainment complex. Waterslides, dodgem Read More »

M is for Museum

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An icon you’ll find in the midst of the hustle and bustle of North Terrace in the heart of the city is the South Australian Museum. There are four levels of interesting things to explore and discover, and best of Read More »

H is for Henley Beach

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If you head west from the Adelaide CBD straight down Henley Beach Road then take a right on Seaview Road, you’ll end up at the gorgeous and newly redeveloped Henley Beach. On a warm day you’ll find kids having a Read More »

W is for Waterfall: Morialta Falls and Conservation Park

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Tucked away in the foothills, just east of the city (about a 20 minute drive) you’ll find the spectacular Morialta Conservation park at the base of Morialta Falls. There are kilometres of walking trails for you to choose from depending Read More »

G is for Garden (Adelaide Botanic Gardens + Bicentennial Conservatory)

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Something really special about Adelaide, is that our square shaped CBD (framed by four terraces – north, south, east and west, just to make it easy for you) is surrounded by a mile of parklands and gardens. The most beautiful Read More »

S is for Semaphore Foreshore

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Semaphore is just one of Adelaide beautiful beach suburbs, about a half an hour drive northwest from the CBD. The main attraction for kids being the awesome Waterslide complex with mini golf, bouncy castle, ferris wheel and various other amusements. Opening Read More »