Adelaide, South Australia’s capital city is endowed with many sites and places to visit. if you’re looking to travel there soon, below is a quick guide to some of the many attractions.
The zoo contains more than 1800 animals and many species of native and exotic mammals, reptiles, birds and fish. It has animals such as lions, chimpanzees, giraffes, while rhino and you can even see large teddy bears and pandas. It provides a close view of animals due to its small size and a good place to take kids for a day out. Kangaroo Island: the island has Australian wildlife such as kangaroos, koalas, wallabies and sea lions. It is also endowed with magnificent rocks, caves, a bit of Sahara and Admirals arch.
The area is known for its richness in great sites and in marine life such as dolphins and sea lions. One can also swim with the dolphins. The offshore has great sceneries with rocky and rugged shorelines with a chance of seeing sea lions sunbathing. Instead of having rocky hills, the area has sandy beaches that make the area look more of a resort. The beaches are the main attraction and they form a great swimming destination especially for cooling off in summer months.
The area produces large volumes of major wine types of high quality. It provides an opportunity to see large winemakers such as Wolf Blass, Peter Lehmann and Penfolds and learn how the wine is made. The area also produces the richest cheese, fresh meats, pastries and dried fruits.
This is the place to go to get a panoramic view of the city and a view of foothills and plains. You can visit it while visiting the botanical garden.
Adelaide has three botanical gardens, Adelaide botanic garden, Mount Lofty botanic garden and Mittunga botanic garden. The Adelaide botanic garden features the Palm house, which is a glass house, imported from Germany and contains plants from Madagascar. The garden also has bicentennial conservatory, which is the largest and it displays rainforest plants from Papua New Guinea, Indonesia and northern Australia. It also has an amazing waterlily pavilion, and museum of economic botany. Outside the garden are Mediterranean gardens, Australian native gardens and many other gardens. Adelaide has many more attraction sites and places that one should take time and visit. They include Cleland Park, Adelaide oval for those who love cricket, museums, beaches and parks, among others. One can visit the area on a guided tour or on their own.
If you’re looking to travel to Adelaide, be sure to stay local. North Adelaide is a short walk to the CBD and boasts great pubs, food and historical sites. Greenways Apartments is next to the newly renovated Adelaide Oval and is a fantastic place to stay. To find out more about accommodation in Adelaide, be sure to visit there website.