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Walking trails in Adelaide

There are lots of trails in Adelaide and throughout South Australia. We have just listed some local one’s but for a comprehensive list see the link below. Beliefs, Attitudes and Customs trail located at West Tce Cemetery where you can explore the beliefs, attitudes and customs of thousands of South Australians. Botanic Gardens walks starting […]

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Rock Climbing

Morialta This is a one of the most popular climbing areas in Adelaide. Its about 30 minutes from the City and offer an variety of levels from easy to difficult. This is where climbing began and in SA and is a good place to start. Moonarie Not for beginners and in a remote location. But […]

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Cleland Wildlife Park

This wildlife park sports the greatest and cutest Australia has to offer. It is located in the beautiful Mt Lofty ranges only 20 minutes from the City. The park provides 35 hectares of open bushland habitat where visitors can interact with Australian wildlife. The park is a member of the South Australian Tourism Hall of […]

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Queen Street

Queen street is unique in Adelaide with lots of retro shops and retro cafes. It’s got a quaint charm and is a popular hang-out for the locals. Hidden in the backstreets just off port road in Croydon its the place to catch up with friends. i 

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Top 5 quirky unique and interesting places to visit in Adelaide

There are lots of unique places to visit in Adelaide however the common one’s we often here of are: Eggless serving deserts without egg with a relaxed atmosphere Queen Street and the abundance of retro shops Elephant walk and its close for comfort red booths Spirit of Bonsai is a bonsai and buddha shop but […]

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Mt Lofty Summit

One of the best views of Adelaide and free. For those walking up the walking trail from Waterfall Gully, the summit is your destination – one of many walking trails in the area. Alternatively you can drive up the freeway and get there in 20 minutes – from the City. You can also grab a […]

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Elephant Walk

The Elephant walk is a charming little coffee/desert lounge only open from 8pm to late. Make sure to get there early and there is often a que. The place is full of retro cosy lounges where intimacy is difficult to avoid so make sure you go with people you are close with. I must warn […]

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Top 5 nightclubs in Adelaide

The top 5 clubs according to many of the hipsters are: Red Square HQ Dog and Duck Apple Zhvagos Do you agree? Have some other suggestions then let us know.

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River Torrens Linear Park

This park follows the River Torrens from Athelstone, through the City all the way to West Beach. The path is a shared bike/walking lane which bypasses the traffic under bridges along the way. The scenery is beautiful and it’s surprisingly tranquil as you ride or walk along the River Torrens with busy traffic along side. […]

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Botanic Gardens

Adelaide’s Botanic Gardens are located behind North Tce in Adelaide. They run walking tours, school holiday programs, kitchen Garden events, Festivals and so much more. Check out their site for more http://www.environment.sa.gov.au/botanicgardens/Whats_on/Events  

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True Grit

True Grit course is a military style obstacle course that will test your limits. Get your tickets quick before they sell out.  www.truegrit.com.au  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XiHL2E4mL9I 

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Popular Places

Here are some of the popular places in Adelaide at the moment. Stay tuned as we will discuss these in more detail and ad new ones to the list: Sugar, Enigma, Fowlers Live, Jade Monkey, Salt, Moskva Vodka Bar, Shotz Pool Lounge, Tonic, Church, Earth, The Archer Hotel, Richmond, Zootz, Boho, The Treasury, Botanic Bar, Savvy, Mojo West, Zhivago, Supermild, Rocket Bar, The Edinburgh Hotel, Belgian Beer Cafe, The Apothecary 1878, Rhino Room, Lotus Lounge, Swish, Loco, Prince Albert, Electric Light Hotel, HQ, Supermild, Fumo Blu, Belgian, The […]

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Nature’s Best

Adelaide has many beautiful natural areas including the title photo of the waterfalls at Waterfull Gully. We will explore natures beauty in Adelaide in the next series of posts. If you have any you would like to share we would love to hear from you. In the mean time some other beautiful places, other than […]

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