Can't find anything in Adelaide worth doing? That's because you're not looking hard enough.
Adelaide is so neat and regular. Spread out on either side of the Torrens River, it's an overgrown country town, laid out in a series of neat, easy to follow, grids.
Supreme convenience and great food, coupled with industrial-chic design and super comfortable beds.
Stylish yet not showy, luxurious yet not opulent, it signifies what appeals about the South Australia's state capital.
Ranks of old Toranas, Valiants, Morris Minors, EH Holdens and MGs are drawn up like an invasion force.
Forget SBS's three hour-long TV special, this is what this three-day journey is really like.
The best places to eat out in Adelaide according to South African restaurant Africola chef and owner Duncan Welgemoed.
It may feel like an overgrown country town, but there are certain advantages to being compact - such as having incredible beaches close to the city centre. Wineries and fresh produce surround the city's outskirts, while the inner city boasts fine bars and cool pubs big on live music; and icons such as the mall's balls and the Festival Centre, where the most revered arts festival in Australia originated.