Once called the ‘City of Churches,’ Adelaide’s love of the drop and epic natural landscape are just some of the reasons why this South Australian capital is famed for much more than just its architecture. Alongside its many impressive spires, contemporary Adelaide also boasts vibrant eateries, eclectic shopping, and a lively nightlife scene. Considered one of the great wine capitals of the world, Adelaide sits among idyllic sandy beaches, rolling hills and vineyards, its idyllic location allowing gourmet and organic way of life to prosper throughout the city too. Throughout the year, the city plays host to numerous international events and pop-up parties with the Adelaide Fringe and WOMADelaide music and dance festival proving the most popular. Whether you're looking for a festive blowout or a more relaxed affair, this “20-minute city” has it all.
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