Part 3 of the Adelaide Architecture walking tour. The Museum, Art Gallery, State Library, the Braggs Building, and three unusual glasshouses. Continue reading Adelaide Architecture: A walking tour
Leg one of our tour starts amongst the Victorian mansions of North Adelaide, St Peter’s Cathedral and Adelaide Oval to the River Torrens footbridge. Continue reading Adelaide Architecture: A walking tour
Families will love Adelaide! For those on a budget, there’s plenty of free and inexpensive things to do that will interest the kids as well as the grown ups. Below is a list to help you and your family put together an … Continue reading Things to do in Adelaide with Kids
Adelaide is a cultural mecca with lots of grand buildings and museums, most of them free, so you’ll have plenty of things to do on a rainy day. Here’s a list to help you put together a rainy day itinerary. … Continue reading Things to do in Adelaide on a Rainy Day
Adelaide is full of free museums, art galleries, parks, botanic gardens, fun day trips, and interesting places to stroll. It’s the perfect city for the budget traveller and families. Pack a lunch if you want to save even more money. North … Continue reading Free things to do in Adelaide
Elder Park is the venue for Carols by Candlelight, Symphony Under the Stars, the Adelaide Arts Festival, and the Oz Asia lantern festival.
It’s a gorgeous space for a stroll and is within easy reach of the Adelaide Oval and Adelaide’s cultural boulevard with its museums, library and galleries. Continue reading Elder Park, Adelaide