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The neat, flat city of Adelaide was planned before it was settled, hence the city is an easy to follow series of grids. Resting on the coastal plain between Gulf St Vincent and the Mount Lofty Ranges, the city has two clearly defined centres, Adelaide Central and Adelaide North.
Renowned as the ‘City of Churches’, it could be argued that the title refers more to the serenity of the city, rather than the religious institutions. Adelaide retains a country town feel, with clean, wide streets and a sense of space - and a lack of traffic problems, common place in Australia’s eastern cousins.
Visitors can explore dozens of interesting historic buildings in the city centre, the famous shopping mecca that is Rundle Mall, and experience Hindley Street after dark – Adelaide’s answer to King’s Cross. Renowned as the city of festivals – there’s always something happening in Adelaide.
The mediterranean climate means that the city is ideally suited for outdoor living, and the majority of developments echo this. Enjoy open air malls and parks, following the course of the Torrens River through the city. The Adelaide Festival Centre, centrally located on the banks of the river, boasts a number of theatres and attracts international artists.
Embark on a discovery of the world's cuisine in Gouger Street, Adelaide's premier dining precinct. Taste the flavours of traditional Thai, Vietnamese, Malaysian and Japanese, Asian fusion, noodle bars, regional Chinese and yum cha, French and Argentine cuisine, and a number of first-rate seafood restaurants.
The suburbs of Adelaide stretch into the famous wine growing areas of McLaren Vale to the south, to Elizabeth in the north and into the Adelaide Hills in the north.
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Beachfront Towers: Excellent location, Magnificent views, Great decor - Excellent location to services, across from the beach and down the road from everything else you need. The 11th floor apartment had a 180 degree view of the mountains to the sea, just spectacular. Restaurant within the Towers had great food and service with reasonable prices.
Surfers International Apartments: Average Quality, Amazing Location - What I most liked about my stay with surfers international apartments was definitely the location!! Less than a two minute walk to pubs, clubs and restaurants.
Drift Apartments: Fantastic Position - My husband and I arrived in Palm Cove and met with Eddie from the Boutique Collection who not only showed us the way to our hotel but also gave us some great tips for local restaurants and other local tips.
Our room was a corner third floor 2 bedroom apartment and was absolutely beautiful and had everything we needed to be totally self catering - they even thought of umbrellas and a bucket and spade for the kids!
The resort pool was fantastic and well landscaped with plenty of decks for lazing around.
The resort is situated at the southern end of Palm Cove and near some great eating spots and an easy walk to the northern end of Palm Cove.
Queensleigh Holiday Apartments: Great Hotel, lots of room and excellent service. - Hotel was more then value for money, the hotel manager was a great guy.
The hotel was close to the beach and shops.