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8
March
2016

What’s On Offer in Adelaide’s Victoria Square

Victoria Square lies at the very heart of Adelaide City. Also known as Tarntanyangga, it sits at the crossroads of King William and Grote-Wakefield Streets. It acts as a bustling thoroughfare through the city and is a hive of activity thanks to its eclectic selection of shops, cafes, restaurants, and things to do. In 2013, the square went under a major renovation and was livened up with a whole host of new features and attractions. As it’s directly in the geographic centre of Adelaide, it is also surrounded by numerous historic buildings that are home to government officials, top law […]

   
  
24
February
2016

Things to do in Hahndorf Town

Hahndorf is Australia’s oldest German settlement set in the heart of the lush Adelaide Hills. Just outside of Adelaide City, this old fashioned village oozes Bavarian charm, with plenty of pubs, cafes, and artisan shops to enjoy. Throughout the town, boulevards are lined with vibrant, 100-year-old elm and plane trees that sit side by side with traditional, restored Fachwerk buildings. The town is dedicated to preserving is Germanic heritage, with numerous pubs serving up authentic gastronomic delights from Germany, but there are also chic new shops and businesses that offer a deluxe atmosphere in the small-town streets. Things to do […]

   
  
11
February
2016

Adelaide City as a Tourist Destination

Set in the south of Australia, cosmopolitan Adelaide city is a hive of activity and culture. Home to a slew of top museums, contemporary cafes, festivals, bars, and restaurants, and a laidback atmosphere that’s tinged with a dose of historic charm, it’s the perfect place to get stuck into life in big city Australia. But as well as bustling high streets and shops galore, there is also plenty of parkland to discover and the beautiful River Torrens. If you’re ready to delve into life in Adelaide, here are some things to get you started. Explore the Culture in Adelaide Adelaide’s […]

   
  
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