Central Adelaide, with green spaces bordering on every side, is divided into North and South. Divided by the Torrens River and Lake through the middle and parks, both with plenty of attractions and places to visit they are also easy to explore.
In the North, you will find Rundle Mall - Great for shopping and the North Terrace - with trees lining the wide street it still projects its 19th century splendour. East End is where you will find plenty of nightlife, wine bars, nightclubs and lively pubs.
In the South section of the city centre, you can explore the Adelaide Central Market. Plenty of eateries to keep you going as well. Gouger street has a growing eclectic set of restaurants and excellent seafood outlets. You can find the Adelaide Chinatown on Moonta Street.
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Within easy reach of Adelaide - Barossa Valley, Mc Laren Vale or the Adelaide Hills. Perhaps even head off for a few days to the Flinders Ranges National Park to explore its scenery, flora and unique fauna.
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