Adelaide Suburbs

There are plenty of things to do along Adelaide's coastal resorts, offering historic and maritime information as well as a relaxing and also recreational day.

You might want to immerse yourself in the many suburbs and culture of Adelaide. Such as Adelaide's North Terrace, with its museums and cafes. You could also indulge in some shopping at Rundle Mall, sample the tastes on offer at the famed Adelaide Central Market, or taste award-winning wines at the National Wine Centre.

You can follow in the footsteps of sporting champions at the world-famous Adelaide Oval. Or enjoy a retreat to the modern seaside suburbs.

Glenelg BeachSome of the most famous wineries can be found North of Adelaide, in the Barossa Valley. The valley is 40 kilometres long and between 5-11 kilometres wide, and can be best appreciated when you move off the main road onto the more scenic roads.

Heading east from Adelaide you'll come across Henley Beach and West Beach, north you'll find Semaphore and Port Adelaide, South you'll pass Glenelg and Brighton, and further south again you'll come to Onkaparinga and the Fleurieu Peninsula.

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