Adelaide

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About Adelaide
Adelaide is the capital of the state of South Australia, located in the southern central part of the country.

The Visitor Information Centre located at 66 Commercial Road, has tons of information on attractions and special events, as well as self-guided walking tour maps.

The South Australia Maritime Museum displays a number of permanent exhibitions, including one on South Australia's more than 850 shipwrecks.

The National Railway Museum is Australia's largest railway museum.

South Australian Museum has the largest collection of Aboriginal art and artefacts in the world.

Ayers House, the home of former South Australian Premier Sir Henry Ayers is now managed by the National Trust and features carefully restored period rooms.

The National Wine Centre features an interactive Wine Discovery Journey, allowing visitors make their own virtual wines.

Jam Factory Craft & Design Centre: These shops feature contemporary art, glass, jewellery and crafts by local artists.

The Botanic Gardens features artificial lakes and a tropical rainforest.

Cleland Wildlife Park conserves a vital area of natural bushland in the Adelaide Hills, located 20 minutes southeast of the city centre. Visitors can walk among kangaroos and emus, pet koalas and walk through an aviary.

Rundle Street has two blocks of boutiques, bookshops, cafés, restaurants and trendy pubs. Most are in historic nineteenth century buildings.

Burnside Village Shopping Centre in the suburb of Glenside, 5 minutes from Adelaide city, has more than 100 stores and unique cafes.

For outlet shopping, Harbour Town is 15 minutes west of the city, located near the Adelaide Airport. There are more factory outlets, seconds’ warehouses and clearance stores on Glen Osmond Road at Parkside near Adelaide city.

Souvenirs include wine and chocolates. Adelaide is home to Haigh's Chocolates, Australia's oldest chocolate maker.

Adelaide has many city beaches to choose from including Glenelg, Henley, Semaphore and West Beaches.

For a simple, traditional taste of Adelaide, visit any bakery and try a pastie (pronounced pah-stee), sausage roll or Balfours frog cake (an individual, frosted cake in the shape of a frog). Wash these down with a local favourite - Farmers Union iced coffee.
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Cruise ships dock at Port Adelaide Passenger Terminal, on Oliver Rogers Road at Outer Harbor.

The Outer Harbor train station is located 200m from the passenger terminal building – a new walkway has been created to make it easy and safe for passengers to walk from the terminal to the train station.

Cruise lines sometimes operate a shuttle service to the centre of Port Adelaide and/or to the city centre of Adelaide. Buses and taxis are also available to the city centre.

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