Australia, Adelaide, 04 – 11 April 2021

Ceduna to Adelaide only stopped twice for fuel 776 kms in 8 hours.

Adelaide – population 1.35 million, the smallest of the big five Australian State Capitals and a very nice city. Broad streets with wide pavements and a bustling City Market. Public transport consists of busses, trams and trains, there is a free transit zone in the city. I only used the Bus and Moovit is the app you need for public transport, this is the same app I used in Trieste, Italy, they work in collaboration with the city who therefore don’t have to develop their own app, very good.

Glenelg and Brighton Beach, where the Adeladians go for some sun and sand, beautiful beaches. I visited the small and free museum in the Visitors Centre.


Brighton Beach – The Jetty is famous for its art works

McLaren Vale – South Australia is known as the wine capital of Australia and Mclaren Vale is one of the regions famous for its wines. The most outstanding feature of this area is the D’Arenberg Winery which has a unique piece of architecture shaped like a Rubik’s cube which houses a Salvadore Dali exhibition, an amazing place and a must see.

Adelaide – The Museum, Art Gallery, Rundle Mall, City Markets, Himeji Garden, River Torrens or Karrawirra Parri, North Adelaide.

Port Adelaide where Street Art Wall Murals abound. I spent half a day walking around looking for these murals.


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2 Responses to Australia, Adelaide, 04 – 11 April 2021

  1. Helen Jones says:

    Beautiful trip. Loving the artwork.
    Wondering – did you drive over?
    H x

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