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Boerenmarkt
“Adelaide market offers one a wide choice of delectable meals and fresh fruit and produce. Has a wide choice including Asian cuisine. No visit to Adelaide is complete if you do not visit this place.”
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Art Museum
“The Art Gallery of South Australia, established as the National Gallery of South Australia in 1881, is located in Adelaide. It is the most significant visual arts museum in the Australian state of South Australia. It has a collection of almost 45,000 works of art, making it the second largest state art collection in Australia (after the National Gallery of Victoria). As part of North Terrace cultural precinct, the Gallery is flanked by the South Australian Museum to the west and the University of Adelaide to the east. As well as its permanent collection, which is especially renowned for its collection of Australian art, hosts the annual Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art known as Tarnanthi, displays a number of visiting exhibitions each year and also contributes travelling exhibitions to regional galleries. European (including British), Asian and North American art are also well represented in its collections.”
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Cricket Ground
“lnternationally renowned sports venue, where International cricket matches are played, as well as other national sports events, including AFL .Easily accessible by public transportation from Glenelg Escapes BNB.”
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Store
“The Adelaide Zoo is a popular destination for families. It is a 12 minute drive from the property and you can find parking around Botanic Park.”
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History Museum
“The South Australian Museum is a natural history museum and research institution in Adelaide, South Australia, founded in 1856 and owned by the Government of South Australia. It occupies a complex of buildings on North Terrace in the cultural precinct of the Adelaide Parklands. Plans are under way to split its Australian Aboriginal cultural collection (the largest in the world), some of which will be housed in a new building housing these along with other works of art, in a new National Gallery for Aboriginal Art and Cultures.”
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Park
“Located just 20 minutes walk away, take time out to explore the beauty and diversity of plants from across Australia and around the world. Spend an hour or spend the day among the 50 hectares of magnificently maintained gardens and stunning architecture. Relax in the shade or enjoy a coffee among some of Australia’s finest plant collections. Drop into Bicentennial Conservatory, the largest single span glasshouse in the Southern Hemisphere. It’s home to a number of endangered rainforest plants from subtropical and temperate forests in eastern Australia and abroad.”
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Shopping Mall
“Rundle Mall offers shopping from over 700 retailers, dining and entertainment. Open seven days a week, Rundle Mall is a bustling hub of activity and entertainment. Walk down the Mall and watch one of the buskers juggling, singing and dancing. Get lost exploring the 16 arcades and centres within the precinct. Join a tour and learn about the the history in Rundle Mall, or take yourself on a self-guided tour of the numerous art pieces scattered throughout the Mall.”
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Bar
“Rooftop bar and restaurant on corner of King William Street and North Terrace in the north west corner of city. A little tricky to get to (2 elevators) but view is worth it. Lovely for a pre-theatre drink and snacks on the Terrace, or you can do the meal inside the restaurant. Can sometimes be just youngsters later at night, but sunset is perfect.”
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Natural Feature
“A few minutes walk away from the beautiful Glenelg beach. Great beach for swimming. Beautiful sunsets.”
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Shopping Mall
“Harbour Town is Adelaide's only premium outlet shopping centre- it is a sprawling complex featuring stores offering sale-priced merchandise from popular labels. Great for a shopping spree!”
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Zoo
“Cleland Wildlife Park has been a major tourist attraction in South Australia since 1967. The Department for Environment and Water (DEW) is committed to creating a sustainable environment that can be enjoyed by everyone both now and into the future. Cleland plays an important role in this strategy by helping visitors connect with animals in their natural environment. By providing an immersive nature experience, with a limited number of enclosures and the chance to get closer to some of our state’s most iconic animals, visitors will learn more about the importance of conservation The health of the animals is their number one priority and their keepers have years of experience in managing Cleland’s population. The park is a member of the South Australian Tourism Hall of Fame after winning the 'Significant Tourism Attraction' category at the 2007, 2008 and 2009 South Australian Tourism Awards.”
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Entertainment
“If you're into entertainment, drama & music, you might want to check out what's on at the Adelaide Festival Centre during your stay. Easy to access by tram - get off at Railway Station and walk through to Festival Centre. Adjacent to River Torrens and Elder Park - nice for a stroll. ”
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Natural Feature
“Mount Lofty offers sweeping views of Adelaide city and the coastline.lt affords one the opportunity to hike from Waterfall Gully to the summit. lt csn be challenging as one approaches the summit, which offers spectacular views. Alternatively, if you not into hiking, you can drive to the summit, which has a restaurant, which serves as a reward for those who choose to walk or even run, if you fit.”
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Park
“11 minute drive / 6.7kms a favourite park for all to enjoy. Park offers walking trails, tennis courts, gas BBQ's and more and is free to enter if you park outside the gates”
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Pedestrian Plaza
“An outdoor pedestrian shopping paradise. Myer and David Jones as well as fashion/sports shops, souvenir shops and independent stores. Visit the famous Haigh's chocolate shop and the iconic Malls Balls.”
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Night Club
“If you're into entertainment, drama & music, you might want to check out what's on at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre during your stay. The closest tram stop to us (#7Glandore) goes all the way round to the Adelaide Entertainment Centre through the city, so super easy to access. ”
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Australian Restaurant
“The Moseley has fast become the place to go for a drink and meal when down at Glenelg. Huge seating area both downstairs and upstairs. If you are lucky grab a seat in front of the fireplace or in the hanging chairs. Pizza's are really tasty! Also offer wide range of events like flower making, gin nights, vegan dinner. Sunday nights at The Moseley is the place to go for a dance where you will hear some of Adelaide's best DJ's. Even during the cooler months, Sunday nights turn into massive night. ”
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Visrestaurant
“This is simply the most wonderful restaurant. Great food, stunning wine list & sublime view. Book in advance to get a seat.”
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Cafe
“* Victorian brewery turned lively pub, offering Modern Australian cuisine and nightly live music.”
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Australian Restaurant
“Very popular hotel with meals and spectacular views over ocean and McLaren Vale. Suggest you book ahead at weekends and holidays. Located 15 kilometres from Carrickalinga.”
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Pub
“328 Seaview Road, Henley Beach Ph: 8356 5411 ramsgatehotel.com.au Open Mon – Wed: 8am to 12am, Thurs – Sat: 8am to 2am, Sun: 11am to 12am Just down the road. You can sit outside and watch the world go by. Great food, great beach views. Serves over 18 cold ales, lagers, pilsners, filtered, low carb, wheat beer and ciders, wines and cocktails. Regular live music. Beer garden with retractable roof. Open fires in winter, cooling overhead mists in the heat of summer. ”
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Greek Restaurant
“Greek dishes in a laid-back space with outdoor dining on blue and white deckchairs, plus sea views.”
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African Restaurant
“You have to book. Funky, quirky, bustling, noisy, amazing food from Duncan Welgemoed. africola.com.au”
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Italiaans restaurant
“Offering an unique Italian dining experience. Very quirky. Menu is always changing with the season. Al a carte menu or if you can't decide order the banquet menu. You won't be disappointed. Open for lunch and dinner with only taking dinner bookings for groups of 8 or more. So head down and try and get a table. ”
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