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[wp_ad_camp_1] Adelaide is a small city with a laid back lifestyle, you’ll find most of the shops close at 5 or 6pm on a weekday. Friday night is late night shopping in the CBD and most stores are open until 9pm while Thursday night is late night shopping in the suburbs. If you’re new in Adelaide, maybe a student or a migrant who have just moved in, or if you’re here visiting family and friends then here’s a few ideas on where you could explore some places and spots in Adelaide. 1.) Visit the State Library of SA – The State Library is the largest public reference library in SA, it’s open to the public and all for free. You can check their opening hours here. They also have some free guided tours at 11am and 2pm but you would need to register your interest at the information kiosk. This...



[wp_ad_camp_1] Adelaide Central Market is situated right in the heart of Adelaide City and has been around for over 140 years. One of Australia’s finest fresh produce market it offers a wide variety of fresh and of top quality fruits, vegetables, meat and seafood. There are also specialty stalls offering a wide variety of products such as cheese, bread, tea, coffee, nuts, honey and many more. Adelaide Central Market is one of Adelaide’s best-known landmarks with over 80 specialty shops. A must visit popular tourist spot and the most visited place in South Australia which is estimated to be 8 million per year. Here’s a list of what sort of shops to expect in the Central Market. -Bakeries & Patisserie -Cafes and Restaurants -Continental & Cheese (e.g. Mettwurst Shop, Barossa Fine Foods etc) -A wide variety of Fruits and Vegetables -Meat, Poultry and Seafood -Nuts, Confectionary & Coffee -Specialty Food Stalls...