Adelaide is the capital city of the state of South Australia, and the fifth-most populous city of Australia. Adelaide is known for its festivals, incredible food and premium wine regions. As it is a multicultural city, you will come across a wide variety of different cultures. The cultural and entertainment venues in Adelaide are typically concentrated in the center of the city. The Conference Center, the Entertainment Centre and Adelaide Oval are among them. In addition, most of the events related to the Adelaide Festival and the Adelaide Fringe are held in the city’s center during February and March. Due to a large number of other cultural festivities during these months, which includes the Adelaide 500 and WOMADelaide, it is also known as “Mad March”.
Adelaide has mild winters and warm, dry summers. With low rainfall, average temperatures in spring and autumn are pleasant. Winter may get chilly, and June, on average, is the wettest month. Autumn is the season for festivals. Rainfall is unreliable, light and infrequent throughout summer, although heavy falls can occur. Adelaide is a windy city with a significant wind chill in winter, which makes the temperature seem colder than it actually is.
Education forms an increasingly important part of the city's economy. There are three public universities in Adelaide and one private university along with three constituent colleges of foreign universities. Flinders University, the University of Adelaide , the University of South Australia and Torrens University Australia; part o f the Laureate International Universities are based in Adelaide.
Adelaide has a vibrant food and wine scene that transforms the city into a paradise for food. Home to over 900 restaurants, bars and cafés, Adelaide is home to the Adelaide Central Market, one of the biggest underground markets of the Southern Hemisphere. No matter your budget or your taste, you’ll surely find the food you love in this city.