Adelaide, Australia offers a lot of things that it becomes feasible and the ideal place to live and visit. Here you will find wide streets, elegant mansions and parks, that well organized. In addition many tourist attractions you must visit in Adelaide.
Tourist attractions which interesting in the city including the North Terrace and King William Street in downtown (city CBD) where there are many historic buildings from the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century are still preserved. Also not far from the city there are attractions waterfalls Morialta, Cleland wildlife, Hahndorf village museum.
Here are the interesting tourist attractions in Adelaide, South Australia:
1. North Terrace
It is an attractive tree lined boulevard in a South Australian colonial tradition. There are many excellent of early Australian and South Australian architecture such as Parliament House, Government House, the State Library, Migration Museum (free entry), Art Gallery (free entry), Adelaide University, University of South Australia, Royal Adelaide Hospital, the Botanic Gardens.
2. Barossa Valley Vineyard
Barossa Valley is located about 55 km in the northeast of Adelaide. Barossa Valley is a mountainous valley region of interest to visit. Air cool, scenic land in the hilly morphology berlembah, with vineyards stretching across an area of not less than 25 km x 11 km. Not surprisingly, over a quarter of Australia's wine is produced from this area.
3. Rundle Mall
Rundle Mall is a shopping complex located along Rundle street, a shopping complex which is called a street mall, the first in Australia. There are hundreds of shops along the road along the 400 meters, making this place as one of the tourist shopping destination.
Hahndorf is a must-see attraction in Adelaide. This quaint village is not only breathtakingly beautiful, but also offers no fewer than ninety buildings in 1800s along the leafy main street. The buildings is inviting, enticing and enchanting. Restaurants, Pubs, Cafes, Bakeries; Hahndorf has it all. Hahndorf also offers a variety of souvenir shops ranging from weird and wacky, to classic and traditional.
5. South Australian Museum
If you are interested in wonders of fossils, visit the South Australian Museum to see the 40,000-year-old megafauna fossils, fossils 120 million years old opalised and Ediacaran fossils, such as the chordate 550 million years old. On the sixth floor, you can also see the exhibition of Aboriginal Australia and the collections of the Pacific. Visiting this museum you can add to the treasury of information about Australia's history. South Australian Museum is open daily from 10:00 to 17:00 o'clock local time.