|The wide streets of the Adelaide CBD are set out in an easy to navigate grid style, ensuring that you can easily get to wherever it is that you want to go. The city centre itself is spread over a wide area and has a few distinct precincts are areas that you must visit. Along North Terrace is where all of the main attractions are including the Casino, Festival Centre, Parliament buidlings, art gallery, museums, state library, universities and the Adelaide Convention Centre.|
For arts and culture you should go to the 'East End' which is in the north east corner of the Adelaide CBD and for shopping there is the ever popular Rundle Mall located towards the northern part of the CBD.
If you are after nightlife entertainment you should head along to Hindley Street after dark and the central markets in the middle of the CBD are a great place for buying all sorts of things. There is also a great variety of cafes and restaurants located on Gouger Street and Hutt Street in the south east corner of the city.
|Location is 2kms North of the Adelaide CBD|
North Adelaide is a prestigeous place to stay in the city and the nearby O'Connell and Melbourne Streets provide visitors with a vast array of interesting gift shops, fashion boutiques, cosmopolitan cafes and some of Adelaide's best restaurants. There is also a number of trendy bars where you can have an enjoyable night out whilst staying in Adelaide.
North Adelaide itself is bordered by lots of lush green playing fields and parklands and scattered throughout these areas are a number of different attractions including the famous Adelaide Cricket Oval, the Royal Adelaide Zoo with the only Panda's in the Southern Hemisphere, the tranquil Botanic Gardens, the National Wine Centre, Festival Theatre, Skycity Casino, Adelaide University and the Memorial Drive tennis courts.
Some other things that you can do while staying in North Adelaide include playing a round of golf on the beautiful North Adelaide golf course, taking a bike ride along the River Torrens or even going on a unique gondala ride along the River Torrens.
|Location is 7kms South West of the Adelaide CBD|
One of the most famous and popular places to stay in Adelaide is the seaside suburb of Glenelg. There is a wide range of Glenelg accommodation options available to visitors ranging from luxury hotels and serviced apartments right through to affordable motels for the budget conscious traveller.
Staying in Glenelg you will be able to not only enjoy the beautiful beach and beachfront promenade but also the wide variety of fine dining restaurants, cosmopolitan cafes, boutique shops and trendy bars that this precinct provides. Visitors staying in Adelaide can easily drive into the Adelaide CBD or to the nearby Adelaide Airport. For your convenience there is also a free tram that operates between Glenelg and the Adelaide city centre.
|Location is 2kms South of the Adelaide CBD|
When you choose to stay in Unley you will be placing yourself in one of Adelaide's premier inner city suburbs. Your accommodation in the quiet, residental streets of Unley will allow you to relax and feel right at home during your stay in Adelaide, whilst still being just a short drive or bus trip away from the main attractions and corporate offices of the Adelaide city centre.
The main streets of Unley are filled with a wide variety of different shops selling all sorts of everyday and specialty products, cosmopolitan cafes, businesses and eateries ranging from budget take-away outlets to fine dining restaurants. Also located close to Unley are the many sporting ovals and parklands that surround the Adelaide city centre including the Adelaide Showgrounds, Kurrangga Park BMX track, Veale Park, Osmond gardens and the Victoria Park racecourse.
|Location is 2kms South of the Adelaide CBD|
The suburb of Parkside is ideally positioned right next to Unley and just a short stroll through the parklands from the Adelaide CBD. In fact Parkside is only a short walk from the many sporting ovals located between South Terrace and Greenhill Road, as well as the Osmond gardens and Victoria Park Racecourse.
By staying in inner city Parkside you will not only be close to the city centre and all of the attractions, facilities and businesses that are there but also wihin easy walking distance to numerous boutique shops, cafes, restaurants and bars, as well as the Fullarton Private Hostpital and the Glenside Hospital.
|Location is 7kms West of the Adelaide CBD|
West Beach is where the River Torrens flows into the Gulf St Vincent and provides an ideal place to stay for holiday makers, families and corporate business travellers. It is perfectly positioned only 5 minutes from the Adelaide Airport and just a short distance from the Henley Sailing Club and the city centre. Apart from the beautiful beach there is also 2 great golf courses located nearby, the Adelaide Shores Golf Park and the Kooyonga Golf Course.
The beachside suburb of West Beach is a popular place to stay because it combines the best of both worlds. It provides easy access to the Adelaide CBD as well as having a convenient location right on the beach so that you can relax in style. There are lots of good walks that you can do whilst staying in West Beach including the south walk along the beach to Glenelg or north along the Esplanade to Henley Jetty.
|Location is 5kms South East of the Adelaide CBD|
The suburb of Glen Osmond is conveniently positioned on the main road into Adelaide from the east, the Princes Highway (or South Eastern Freeway). This Means that Glen Osmond is not only easy to find and access, but also provides a range of affordable Adelaide accommodation that is close to both the CBD and the pictureque Adelaide Hills.
Located within Glen Osmond are a number of great local restaurants, trendy cafes, shopping centres and factory outlets selling all sorts of designer clothes. Also siutated nearby is the historic township of Hahndorf, the Mount Lofty Lookout where you can get great views over Adelaide and the native wildlife of the famous Cleland National Park.
|Location is 4kms North of the Adelaide CBD|
The Adelaide suburb of Prospect is a great place to stay for a short business trip or even an extended family holiday because it is so central to everything that Adelaide has to offer. Situated in Prospect are 2 main shopping precincts one along Prospect Road and the other along Main North Road. Both of them povide you with the ability to get whatever it is that you need for your stay in Adelaide.
Situated nearby to the inner city suburb of Prospect is the Pines hockey ground, the Adelaide Velodrome and the Adelaide Aquatic Centre where you can not only go swimming but also take the kids for a fun day out in Adelaide. Alternatively you can easily take a short drive into North Adelaide and the city centre to all of the major attractions there, or even visit nearby Port Adelaide.
|Location is 9kms North of the Adelaide CBD|
Gepps Cross is positioned in the heart of the northern suburbs of Adelaide and provides a cental place to stay for people who need access to the major businesses in this region. Some of the major facilities that are situated within Gepps Cross itself include the Adelaide Fruit and Vegetable Produce Market which also hosts the Pooroka Sunday Market, numerous businesses, major department stores and extensive commercials precincts.
The suburb of Gepps Cross is a major sports centre for the city of Adelaide because it houses a number of different sporting facilities. These include The Pines Hockey Fields which is a world class complex that is home to Hockey SOuth Australia, the Adelaide Cycling Superdrome and the wide expanses of the State Sports Park. Also because of its central location Gepps Cross is just a short drive to just about everything that there is to see in Adelaide.
|Location is 3.5kms South West of the Adelaide CBD|
The inner city suburb of Plymton is ideally positioned halfway between the beachside suburb of Glenelg and the Adelaide city centre. This convenient location means that when you choose to stay in Plympton you will have easy access to all of the main tourist attractions and businesses in the CBD as well as the relaxed atmospshere that Glenelg is famous for.
Located in Plympton are many supermarkets, cafes, restaurants, convenience shops and children's playgrounds. Also just a short distance away is the Adelaide Airport, Morphettville racecourse, Etsa Park netball stadium and the Investigator science and technology centre.
|Location is 3kms East of the Adelaide CBD|
The charming suburb of Tusmore is ideally nestled between the Adelaide city centre and the Adelaide Hills district. It is well serviced by public transport so you can get easy access to all of the main tourist attractions and corporate offices in the city even if you do not have a car yourself.
Tusmore is primarily a residental area so you will feel quite relaxed and at home when you stay here. There are not a lot of shops or restaurants in Tusmore itself, however there are numerous places to shop and eat out in the surrounding suburbs of Burnside, Glenside and Kensington Park.
|Location is 14kms North East of the Adelaide CBD|
The suburb of Modbury is an outer eastern commercial hub with lots of businesses and the large Tea Tree Plaza shopping centre located in the area. There are also plenty of specialy shops, educational institutions and places to eat around Modbury, as well as the Modbury Public & Private Hospitals.
Whilst you are staying in Modbury you can visit the nearby Hope Valley Reservoir, Alternatively you can take a trip out to the nearby Kangaroo Creek and Millbrook Reservoirs which are ideally located in the surrounding hills, which are filled with peaceful farmlands and quaint places to spend a trlaxing afternoon.