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Travel Tips to Adelaide (ADL)
Festival City of Adelaide: Sights and more!
Adelaide has made a name for itself as “Festival City”. There are regular well-known events in, for example, jazz and art. It consists of the city parts of Adelaide and North Adelaide and is surrounded by attractive parks and the River Torrens. The inner city has a very modern appearance and serves mainly as a business centre. The residential areas, on the other hand, are marked by a historical flair and this is where many of the sights of the city are to be found after a flight to Adelaide.
Islamic art in the Art Gallery of South Australia
With 38,000 fantastic exhibits, the Art Gallery of South Australia is one of the largest art collections in the country. Alongside Australian works, it also displays impressive pieces from Asia, Europe and North America. Moreover, the museum is the only one in the country to concern itself with Islamic art. A highlight of the collection is the Aboriginal art, covering the period from 1800 until the present day. The large number of prints, paintings, glass, ceramic, textile and metal artefacts, jewels and photographs is really impressive. The museum has been collecting photo artwork since as far back as 1922, and was the first in Australia to do so.
Walk and wonder in Adelaide Botanic Gardens
The park-like layout of Adelaide Botanical Gardens invites you to take a relaxing stroll. The gardens cover a total area of 50 hectares and include numerous glasshouses. One of these is the Bicentennial Conservatory, built in a modern style in 1988 from plans created by a German architect. The futuristic, 27-metres-high building is dedicated to the tropical rainforest. The Amazon Waterlily Pavilion was added in 2007. The highlight of this is the Victoria amazonica waterlily from South America which can reach a diameter of three metres and weigh up to 100 kg.
Stroke koalas in Cleland Wildlife Park
You can make an unforgettable trip to the nearby Cleland Wildlife Park and see lots of native animals. It is only 20 minutes from the city by car or taxi. You can enter many of the enclosures in the fantastic animal park and come into direct contact with emus, kangaroos and wallabies; and at particular times you can even stroke and hold koalas. Book your flights to Adelaide with FlyDoha and enjoy a unique cuddle with these cute little animals!