|population: 1,070,240 (1995), that's 72% of SA's population.|
16.12.96 - 22.12.96
Adelaide is often referred to as the city of churches. Adelaide is a solid, even gracious, city: when the early colonists built they generally built with stone.
The city center is laid out on a clear grid pattern, with several squares. Rundle Mall is a colourful hive of activity and most of the big shops are here.
What you can do: 1-day tours to Barossa Valley and Adelaide Hills, 1- to 3-day tours to Kangaroo Island.
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|King William Street|
|Part of the former Formula One Race Track through Adelaide's streets (see the coloured curbs).||Town Hall in Glenelg.|
|Reproduction of HMS Buffalo, the original settler's conveyance. Now you'll find one of Adelaide's best seafood restaurants on board.||Vintage tram, runs from Victoria Square in the city centre right to Glenelg Beach, taking about 30 minutes.|