Adelaide was once Australia’s invisible city – overshadowed by the more chicand-upbeat cities of Melbourne and Sydney, and the all-year-round, fun-loving Brisbane. But its isolation and compact size, including its extremely relaxed lifestyle, has certainly changed its appeal. In this quick guide to the city, we tell you the essentials of where to go and what to see for the best experience.
Hold a Koala at Cleland Wildlife Park Everyone knows about the kangaroos, the sea lions and the incredible view, but not to be forgotten is the one-of-akind experience of holding an adorable koala. Just 20 minutes from the centre of Adelaide, Cleland Wildlife Park is home to many of Australia’s beloved animal citizens like kangaroos, emus, dingoes, wombats and potoroos. It’s day trip with fun sights for everyone for sure.
JANUARY | FEBRUARY 2017
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