Due South Australia : 2017-2018 Due South Australia
www.duesouthaustralia.com.au | 11 ADELAIDE Immerse yourself in the history and spirit of Penfolds at the Magill Estate Kitchen ADELAIDE is South Australia’s coastal capital, with a busy metropolitan core and tranquil countryside settings not too far away. It is compact and easy to navigate, boasting a welcoming and safe atmosphere. Most of the major sights in the city centre are within easy walking distance. Take a stroll around town as you shop, browse, eat and soak up the ambience. The food scene in Adelaide has been blossoming explosively in recent years. Excellent restaurants can be found everywhere in Adelaide, with many focusing on locally-sourced produce. The vibrant restaurant and small bar scene offers a massive selection from high-end eateries to a cheap and cheerful meal in places like Chinatown – located on Gouger Street right next to the Adelaide Central Market. Adelaide is sophisticated, refined and full of multicultural flavours, but don’t forget to head just a little further out of the city to foodie hotspots like O’Connell and Melbourne streets in North Adelaide; King William Road, Hyde Park; and The Parade at Norwood. Let your culinary journey begin! Those in search of entertainment will find a wide array of events, ranging from live bands and contemporary music through to festivals and sporting events. With a rich and diversified events calendar, you’ll be spoilt for choice. The Adelaide Fringe, the V8 Supercar Race, WOMADelaide and the OzAsia Festival are just a few events throughout the year transforming the city and surrounding suburbs into party central. You will soon discover the possibilities are endless, and Adelaide will deliver. Adelaide Open, easy-going and liveable, Adelaide is a city full of surprises.
Due South Australia 2014