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Highlights
•Barossa Valley
•Kangaroo Island
•Coober Pedy
•Coorong National Park
 
Climate
The climate is warm and temperate. Adelaide has short, mild winters and long dry summers. Most rain falls in the winter.
 
Average temperatures:
Summer 28°C maximum, 17°C minimum.
Winter 16°C maximum, 8°C minimum.
 
Water temperatures:
Summer 18°C, winter 15°C.

 
Enjoy the relaxed lifestyle of South Australia, with its mild Mediterranean climate, festivals, events, cultural diversity and brilliant nature experiences. Combined with the low cost of living, students can really live life to the full.
 
Adelaide – The capital of good living
 
Lifestyle Experiences
 
  • Adelaide Central Markets – the largest fresh food produce market in the Southern Hemisphere with one of the best ranges of international foods in Australia, operating continuously since 1870.
     
  • Jam Factory Craft and Design – An arts centre featuring works by Australian crafts people.
     
  • Rundle Mall – Adelaide’s central shopping district featuring many department stores, boutiques, specialty shops and eateries.
     
  • Glenelg – An attractive seaside suburb with white beaches, grand homes, shops and restaurants.
     
  • Food – Top quality dining precincts reflect Adelaide’s multicultural diversity; Chinatown on Gouger Street for Asian flavour, and North Adelaide for fashionable dining locations.
 
Cultural Experiences
 
  • Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute – A Museum and venue for fostering the development of aboriginal art and culture, visual and performing arts.
     
  • North Terrace – Museums, galleries, gardens, 19th century architecture.
 
Nature and Wildlife Experiences
 
  • Cleland Wildlife Park – An open range wildlife park situated in the Adelaide hills.
     
  • Kangaroo Island (113 km form Adelaide) – An island of national parks, beautiful bush and abundant wildlife, including a breeding colony of sea lions.
     
  • Victor Harbor ( 85 km south of Adelaide)- Winter whale watching, a horse drawn tram service to Granite island and colony 2000 fairy penguins.
Wine Experiences
 
  • Barossa Valley (55km North East of Adelaide) - Vineyards, tourist drives, quaint townships.
 
It is reported that in 1943 a flight of 24 RAAF Wirraways flew under the Sydney Harbour Bridge, with one of the pilots changing his flight path at the last moment to go over the top of the Bridge only just clearing it in time.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge construction started in 1924 and took 1400 men eight years to build at a cost of £4.2 million
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