Sliced into grassy chunks by the paths of King William Street and Grote Street, busy Victoria Square lies at the very heart ... More
Sliced into grassy chunks by the paths of King William Street and Grote Street, busy Victoria Square lies at the very heart of Adelaide City. In the center of the square, Queen Victoria's statue casts an austere eye north towards the fountain, built to commemorate the 1963 visit of her great, great grand-daughter, Elizabeth. The fountain symbolizes the three rivers-Murray, Torrens and Onkaparinga-from which Adelaide draws its water. It is a pleasant place to wait for the Glenelg tram or simply to sit and watch the city chase its tail.
Established in 1883,Adelaide Zoological Gardens is the second oldest in Australia. Located adjacent to Torrens Lake and Botanic Park the
zoo's lush mature gardens, heritage buildings and tranquil setting contribute to a delightful day's outing. The zoo's collection is ...
These superb, personalized tours are celebrations of the best South Australian wine and food. They are luxurious and insightful and
cater for individuals to conference delegates. The organizer uses her international wine education and tourism background to design tours ...
The Victoria Park is located in the South Eastern Parklands of Adelaide and busts with activities throughout the year. The
park's most attractive feature is its home race course which covers an area of 2,360 meters (7742 feet). But ...