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The weather in Adelaide
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. This year, January will have higher average temperatures. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 7° in July. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is February.
Enjoy vacationing at its finest with Adelaide holiday lettings
Adelaide is often referred to as ‘The Festival City,’ thanks to the many fascinating events held here throughout the year. From sports and beer fests to events for family vacationers and art lovers, the city has something to pique the interest of every visitor.
Visit wine regions like the Barossa Valley, try mountain biking, go on a steam train ride, and explore the city’s many markets. For the laid-back traveller, there are plenty of beaches and gardens to unwind at.
For travellers looking to stay in authentic-style Adelaide holiday rentals, there are numerous options. Replicas of English country cottages, window villas, mansions, and even Art Deco and Spanish architectural styles feature in the city’s typical housing styles.
With the perfect vacation home in Adelaide, staying in the city becomes a truly unforgettable experience. Step out to experience the city’s nightlife and shop for holiday souvenirs at Rundle Street and Magill Road.
Explore local cuisine in Adelaide
If you had to try just one iconic Adelaide dish, go for the pie floater. Australian meat pie served in pea soup, this dish has been named as a heritage icon. The Bakery on O'Connell in North Adelaide is one of the most popular places to try a pie floater.
Genuine food enthusiasts always want the freshest ingredients, so to sample the region’s best fresh produce, head to the Adelaide Central Market where artisan cheeses, seafood and smoked meats vie for attention alongside fresh fruits and vegetables.
Dough is the place to visit for deliciously fresh pastries during your market tour. Take your pick from a wide range of bread as well as gluten-free products. Gouger Street is another crowd-puller with its various cuisines and budgets to suit every visitor.
Things to do in Adelaide for art and culture lovers
Home to some of the best architecture and museums in Australia, Adelaide has plenty of places for the culture-oriented traveller. Catch a live show at the Adelaide Festival Centre, the country’s oldest performing arts centre. With backstage tours and a variety of events held across four spaces, there is something new to see every day.
Make your next stop at the Art Gallery of South Australia where you can view a fabulous collection of around 38,000 works considered among the best in Australia. Events designed for guests of all ages and interests as well as an engaging audio tour providing details of the exhibits make a visit to this gallery a memorable affair.
Family-friendly attractions in Adelaide
For those on a family vacation, Adelaide never disappoints with its wide range of activities and sights. Swimming with dolphins ranks high on this bucket-list. Join one of the many dolphin cruises and explore the waters of Adelaide where you can view, click, and swim alongside these playful marine creatures in their natural habitat.
Chocolate and children are always a hit, so treat them with a tour of Haigh’s Chocolate Factory. Get to learn how cocoa beans are selected and made into mouth-watering chocolate at the oldest family-owned chocolate manufacturer in Australia. There are tastings with complimentary hot beverages too.
Home to more than 1,800 animals and other species, the Adelaide Zoo is a child-friendly option. Children get to see and learn about exotic species like giant pandas and feed animals during an “Animal Experience.” There are three different levels of experiences available at the zoo to suit different tastes and budgets.
Annual events and festivals in Adelaide
Adelaide scores high on festivals, and there is a perfect one for every traveller. The Adelaide Fringe is the second-largest arts festival in the world. It takes place across multiple locations in the city for almost a month around February-March. Approximately 900 events spanning comedy, film, theatre, dance, and more are part of this grand fest.
Another highly sought-after event, WOMADelaide is a four-day music, dance, and arts festival in Adelaide held as part of the annual Adelaide Festival in March. Around 20,000 guests flock to this festival every day of the event, which is held at the Botanic Park since 1992 and attracts around 500 different artists from 30 countries. Taste the World for foodies and KidZone for children’s activities are part of WOMADelaide.
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