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The weather in Adelaide
Above are the weather conditions for Adelaide. On average, the warmest month is January. On the contrary, the coolest month is July. February is the driest month.
Experience South Australian culture with an Adelaide vacation home
South Australia's capital, Adelaide is an exciting cosmopolitan hub boasting everything from global cuisine to first-rate museums. With an impressive range of vacation rentals on offer, you're sure to find your ideal accommodation in this inviting city.
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Adelaide Central Market has been a center of food and culture in South Australia for more than a hundred years. It's one of the largest covered markets in the Southern Hemisphere, with over 80 vendors selling everything from Australian wine to Italian sausages.
Nestled in the heart of Adelaide, Chinatown is another foodie hotspot. Buy fresh ingredients to use back in your vacation home, or dine at one of its great restaurants. For a tasty, casual meal, pop into Hong Kee Restaurant, where reasonable prices and efficient service keep people coming back.
Celebrating Australia's natural and human stories, the South Australia Museum delights adults and children alike. Peruse the collection of glistening rocks, admire a giant squid skeleton, and encounter Aboriginal cultural artifacts. Then hop over to the nearby Migration Museum to hear fascinating personal accounts from Australia's early settlers.
Situated in the city's North Terrace culture district, the Art Gallery of South Australia is a haven for art lovers. The collection focuses on Australian works, including Indigenous art, yet has some notable pieces by European artists. Free guided tours run twice daily, while there are also regular talks and a charming café.
A charming coastal suburb of Adelaide, Glenelg is a mere 25 minute tram ride from the city center. Though its white-sand beach is ideal for relaxing on, you can also go snorkeling, diving, and surfing here - not to mention swimming with dolphins.
Northwest of the city center, Port Adelaide is also well worth a visit. A hub for industrial heritage, it's home to the South Australian Maritime Museum, the South Australian Aviation Museum, and the National Railway Museum.
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