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Adelaide

The leafy and laidback city of Adelaide manages to feel sophisticated without being snobby, and charming without being small-town. A stay in Adelaide will lead you to discover a great yearly events calendar, a creative culinary culture and a thriving arts scene. With plenty of historical and cultural attractions, and a plethora of outdoor activities, you will be hard pressed not to extend your stay in this lovely South Australian city. 

Where should you stay in Adelaide?

The City Centre

The city centre of Adelaide attracts a good portion of the tourists to this part of Australia. This is partially because you’ll find most of the budget accommodation options are situated here, but mainly because nearly all of Adelaide’s popular attractions are located within the downtown area. You’ll find the South Australian Museum, the Art Gallery and Ayers House all within easy walking distance, as well as the Central Market, Chinatown, and the premier shopping destination in the city: Rundle Mall. For kids, attractions include the beautiful Botanic Gardens, and the Adelaide Zoo situated just behind it.

North Adelaide

Green and peaceful North Adelaide has some beautiful up-market boutique hotels, and many guests to the city who want luxury without the hustle and bustle will head to this neighbourhood. It doesn’t have as many immediate attractions as the city centre, but there are loads of restaurants and shops of all kinds on Melbourne Street. North Adelaide is also a good locale for sports nuts, as there is the historic Adelaide Oval for cricket fans and the Memorial Drive Tennis Centre for those who like to pick up a racket.

Port Adelaide

Port side of Adelaide has seen a bit of a reinvigoration of late. There’s a great café culture here, and a mix of backpacker hostels, moderately priced 3 star hotels, and gastro pub guesthouses. This neighbourhood has a friendly vibe, and you’ll find it is easy to be charmed by this side of town. Kids will love the Maritime Museum, and you can catch dolphin cruises from the end of the Port River Promenade.

Glenelg

Glenelg is a suburb of Adelaide, and that is immediately apparent with its laidback vibe. If you’re more keen on spending your time at the beach instead of sightseeing, then book a seaside hotel in Glenelg. This neighbourhood is made for families; along with the beaches, there is an entertainment park called the Beach House, and a great deal of shops and restaurants to suit every taste. You’ll find there are a comprehensive variety of accommodation options that will suit budget travellers, families or holidayers who want to push the boat out on luxury.

Wine Country

Though the wineries aren’t in the city, and are in fact a ways out, it would be a crime not to mention this as another option if you are planning to stay in Adelaide. Barossa and Clare Valleys are two of the oldest wine regions in Australia, and there are brilliant wine and food trails to follow in this beautiful part of the country. Accommodation tends to be pricey, and leans towards luxury, but there are deals to be had especially in the low seasons, so keep your eyes peeled.

Transport in Adelaide

Adelaide’s transportation is cheap and efficient, and you’ll find getting around the city is a breeze. There are free buses that run within the city centre which call at most of the attractions in downtown. There is also the Adelaide Connector if you want to head north.  If you decide to stay south in Glenelg, there is a good tram service that runs between that suburb and Adelaide’s centre.