Adelaide is a hidden gem of South Australia
The capital city of South Australia (SA), Adelaide is the fifth-most populous city of Australia.
The city’s cultural signature is its festival and sport events, excellent food and wine experience.
Some of the best beaches in Australia are also located within easy reach from the city centre.
What to do in Adelaide?
Have a stroll on the city’s cultural signature North Terrace
Visit the Mount Lofty and Adelaide Zoo for the diversity of rose species as well as wild animals such as koala, meerket and panda
Visit some of the best wine regions in the world lied in Adelaide: McLare Vale, Barossa Valley
Relax on one of the most beautiful beaches in Australia: Glenelg or Semaphore
Adelaide Fringe Festival is the world’s second-largest arts festival. It is 31-day festival from February to March every year.
Enjoy Adelaide Central Market is Adelaide’s epicentre food scene.
Kangaroo Island has over a third of the island is reserved area, where is the home of sea lions, koala and diverse bird species.
Adelaide also has high-quality education. According to the QS Australian Universities World Rankings, University of Adelaide is one of the world’s top 150 universities and is ranked 8th in Australia. University of South Australia and Flinders University are ranked 17th and 23th respectively in Australia on QS Australian Universities World Rankings. The universities have their campuses in the city central areas as well as metropolitan areas of Adelaide.
The Immigration South Australia is also making it easier for talented international graduates of SA public universities to qualify for state nomination for Permanent and Temporary residency visas.