North Terrace is Adelaide’s cultural boulevard and is one mile long. It is the home of many excellent examples of early Australian and South Australian architecture, as well as Adelaide’s oldest church, which was built in 1838, soon after the arrival of European settlers.
If you really enjoy history then this site is a good place to do some research ” Adelaidia“.
North Terrace is a one of Australia’s best examples of outsanding colonial architecture, so you should start at the Eastern end in front of the Botanic Gardens and finish in one of the coffee shops or restaurants in the Bank St/Leigh Street Laneway.
Lonely Planet named Adelaide as one of the top 10 must visit cities for 2014.
“A gateway to some of Australia’s most accessible wine country, Adelaide is effortlessly chic – and like a perfectly cellared red, it’s ready to be uncorked and sampled,” writes Lonely Planet.
The city centre is surrounded by parklands and is a blend of historic buildings, wide streets, parklands, cafes and restaurants.
Adelaide is easy to get around with rolling hills to the east and beaches to the west.
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