Located between the waters of the Gulf St. Vincent and the Mount Lofty Ranges, Adelaide is perhaps the most authentic of the large Australian cities. It is situated in a spacious and elegant setting, and its one million inhabitants live at quite a different pace than the other Australian metropolises. This city abounds in numerous green spaces with pedestrian footpaths and is often called "the city in the country". So, you can walk in the Universal Food Market, where the products are of excellent quality, to the Adelaide Oval, the most beautiful cricket stadium in the world, passing by the zoo, the North Terrace and the Botanic Garden. The colonial architecture has been preserved: take a trip to the Library, the Museum and the Fine Arts Museum. The National Institute of Aborigine Culture and the National Wine Centre are also interesting places to visit. Step by step, you will discover a convivial and relaxing atmosphere. Adelaide offers a considerable variety of culinary tastes from all over the world, distributed over more than 700 restaurants. Finally, more than 600 pubs offer an intense nightlife. Adelaide is also the town for cyclists. The Jacob's Creek Tour Down Under takes place every year since 1999 and attracts an increasing number of professionals. Various cycling tracks are provided for cycling lovers.
"The Museum of South Australia and its two parts : cultural history and natural history.
The Tandanya Multicultural Centre and its exhibitions are renewed regularly. Do not forget to take a tour on Kangaroo Island, which has 18 national parks and natural reserves."
There are different ways to visit the region, including four major tours. Firstly, the Ghan train, which links Adelaide to Darwin, a two-day journey. Then, the "Explorer's Way": departing from Adelaide to Darwin but by crossing the Outback via a road. As for the "Great Ocean Road", this is one of the longest coastal roads in the world. As its name suggests, it passes through towns and villages along the Australian coast. Finally, another coastal road allows the link between Nullarbor and Perth, notably by passing the "Clare Valley" wine-growing region and Eyre Peninsula.
During your trip to Australia, plan a minimum period of 15 days in the country, even though it would take a lot longer to see everything... As for the weather, know that the seasons are reversed in Australia compared to those in Europe. Our winter is our summer and vice versa.
Avoid leaving for the continent during the school holidays in Australia, as prices will rise.
In Australia, you can taste all types of cuisine from around the globe. Remember that the national tradition is the barbecue. By the way, grilled Australian beef is a delight.
To bring back
There are three things for you to bring back home in your suitcases : Aboriginal pieces of art, sports articles, especially for surfers, and opals. Moreover the area that looks after 70% of the world's opals, is located in South Australia. It is called Coober Pedy.
You can find it on the road of the ""Explorer's Way"".
These indicators are used as a set of criteria to predict overall weather conditions in Adelaide . The different indicators are there to help you prepare for your trip to Adelaide so you can make plans based on the weather forecast, whether it be a trip to the beach, walking, visiting attractions and museums or winter sports... Here you'll find a precise, overall weather score for each week in Adelaide , which takes into account temperature indicators, bad weather predictions, sunshine levels and wind speeds.
Overall rating 78/100
Maximim temperature between 22°C and 24°C, the perceived temperature is <30°.
Bad weather indicators92%Dry / Optimal
Little or no rain (less than 1.5mm per day).
Sunbathing indicators68%Good weather
Mostly sunny (60% to 80% sunshine).
Sea temperature between 20 °C and 22°C. Wind speed between 4 mph and 7 mph.
Wind indicators68%Light wind
Light winds (between 6mph and 12mph).
Slight feeling of discomfort due air humidity registering higher than 65%.