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Tourist Places To Visit In Adelaide
The coastal capital of South Australia, Adelaide is the 5th most populous destination of Australia. You can tickle your taste buds through world-famous Barossa Valley and McLaren Vale wine regions, explore cultural history with Kaurna Walking Trail, soak up the sun at Glenelg beaches, find display of street art in almost every corner and dance away your night at the most liveliest pubs. Adelaide is filled with everything you ever want to do on a vacation. Sunshine and crystal clear water are the most tempting aspects of Adelaide life. Find yourself in the midst of heritage architecture learning about history and culture of Adelaide. The tourist attractions in Adelaide are infinite, but the best ones are listed below.
Art Gallery of South Australia
Art Gallery of South Australia is an awe-inspiring attraction of Adelaide which exhibits the finest collection of Australia's artwork. It beholds the collection of wonderful paintings, photographs, drawings, textiles, ceramics, sculptures and much more. This beautiful Victorian building of Art Gallery was discovered in the year 1881. It's a heaven for artists - and open daily from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. You can witness different exhibitions all round the year in Art Gallery.
Fleurieu Peninsula is deemed as one of the most popular day trip destinations of Adelaide. The breath-taking peninsula displays wild surf beaches, rolling green hills, rugged coastlines, picturesque orchards, farms and vineyards. Fleurieu Peninsula is also a place where you can indulge in delectable experiences with over 100 cellar doors combined with cafes and restaurants. It's a playground to explore fun activities such as whale watching, boat tours, animal farms and adventure parks.
Grab bus 150 to drive your way through 15 km northwest to the city to the destination known as Port Adelaide. Or take a train. Port Adelaide is Adelaide's oldest red-brick region which is now turned into glorifying museums and art spaces. Adelaide's official river is in Port Adelaide region and it's the perfect place to bond with dolphins. You can also explore Torrens Island Food Market at the inner Port Adelaide harbour. If you're lucky, you may also witness organized events by local artists.
With the succulent seafood, coastline beauty, stunning conservation park, over 40 cellar doors and spectacular natural wonders, Limestone Coast is one of the local favourites for all the right reasons. You can snorkel, taste mouth-watering wines, explore country shows and celebrate the existance of being at Limestone Coast. You simply can't get enough of this place, and may feel like never wanting to leave. There's so much to explore in this beautiful region so grab your explorer's hat.
It's your perfect seaside holiday home for a day or two. This island celebrates its own different little world with wildlife, gastronomic delights, nature walks and art events. You'll be greeted by Australian sea lions when you reach here by a 45 min cruise tour. This is the place for you to escape into the leisurely way of life with Koalas dozing off on the tree tops and Kangaroos hoping around with over 40 species of birds. You also meet penguins, echidna, wallabies, reptiles and many more at the Wildlife Park in Kangaroo Island.
A National Aboriginal Cultural Institute known as Tandanya - it focuses to develop, promote and exhibit miscellaneous artefacts of ATSI (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander). You will witness the artistic works, exhibitions of diverse creations in its gallery shop, and numerous other things resembling the city culture. It also offers festival performances in its theatre for the interested spectators. Tandanya is open from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm everyday except Sunday and public holidays of Australia.
Adelaide Park Lands
The Adelaide Park Lands is the place you want to be for adventure, sports, festivals, nature, fitness, animals and a lot more! This attraction is for anyone and everyone with activities for every kind of tourist. This land is residing on the banks of River Torrens and is visited by 8.9 million people from all over the world. This massive park incorporates healthier and balanced lifestyle with more than 27 parks covering 930 hectares. With so much more, you can also indulge in good food and coffee in Adelaide Park Lands.