Colourful cultural events, a thriving restaurant and small bar scene and fine wine make Adelaide your next must-visit destination.
The bustling city of Adelaide is brimming with events that excite, restaurants that inspire and beaches that make you feel at ease. What’s more, Adelaide sits right at the foot of three incredible wine regions that produce both world-renowned and under-the-radar wines. So when you visit, make sure you leave enough time to experience the city and explore its stunning surrounds.
The Adelaide Plains, known as Tarndanya, are the traditional lands of the Kaurna people. The plains stretch from Port Broughton, about a two-hour drive north from Adelaide’s city centre, all the way down to Cape Jervis. One of the best ways to learn more about Kaurna history in the city is by following the Adelaide Kaurna walking trail, which links 17 significant sites like botanic gardens, museums and cultural centres. You can also visit Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute.
- Traditional name: Tarndanya (pronounced Tarn-dan-ya)
- Indigenous Peoples: The Kaurna people
- Traditional languages: Kaurna
- How to say g'day in Kaurna: Niina marni
“Travel Guide to Adelaide - Tourism Australia.” Visit Australia - Travel & Tour Information - Tourism Australia, https://www.australia.com/en/places/adelaide-and-surrounds/guide-to-adelaide.html