Lonely Planet has named South Australia its fifth best region to visit in 2017! “A gateway to some of Australia’s most accessible wine country, Adelaide is effortlessly chic – and like a perfectly cellared red, its ready to be uncorked and sampled.” Writes Lonely Planet. The 2016 Economist Intelligence Unit’s liveability index, ranked Adelaide for the fifth year in a row, the fifth most liveable city in the world!
Our wide open spaces, clean white beaches, world class wineries, unbeatable gourmet produce, unique native wildlife and brilliant year round climate make South Australia a tempting lifestyle choice.
Adelaide is a friendly and vibrant city surrounded by rolling hills, world-class beaches, with an unhurried lifestyle, hard to find in other cities. Adelaide is a city that offers the physical and emotional space to breathe.
Adelaide is home to luxuriously wide boulevards, great swathes of parks and gardens (29 parks in total covering 45% of the city area), enormous skies and wide-open spaces. Adelaide is also a city of contrasts, elegant 19th century sandstone architecture stands opposite edgy bohemian laneways and alleys.
The River Torrens runs from the Adelaide Hills, through the city to Henley Beach. The Torrens River precinct in Adelaide city is a popular and picturesque spot for lazing in the sun or picnics as well as for walking, jogging or riding.
Adelaide is home to more than 1.2 million Australians. It is an easy to reach city which is even easier to get around; just seven kilometres from the city centre, a taxi ride from Adelaide Airport takes about 15 minutes at most. Adelaide offers the community infrastructure you’d expect, with excellent roads, rail and public transport, cultural and entertainment districts, libraries, public and private schools and 5 Universities.