Adelaide is located on the east coast of the Gulf of St. Vincent and is the capital of South Australia. Adelaide has a population of over 1.2 million and is the fifth-largest city in Australia. More than three-quarters of South Australians live in the Adelaide metropolitan area.

This city is located on the plains between the rolling Adelaide Hills and the Gulf, bordering many of Australia’s famous wine regions. The Barossa Valley and Clare Valley regions are in the north, the McLaren Valley and Langhorne Creek regions are in the south, and the cool Adelaide Hills region is in the east.

Also known as the “City of Churches”, the towering towers adorn the picturesque natural backdrop of Adelaide. Here and there there are lots of nice parks and green spaces for both locals and tourists.

Proximity to high-quality wine and food growing areas as well as immigrants from Europe and Asia, creating a unique multicultural food and cafe culture in the city. In March, this culture is supported by Adelaide arts festivals, including the Adelaide Arts Festival and the Adelaide Fringe Festival.