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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 City is the capital city of South Australia home to slightly more than a million people. For some, it is known as the city of churches that being said you’ll probably see either a church or a cathedral in just about every corner in Adelaide. But the best thing about this World’s fifth most livable city (apart from the beautiful beaches) is that it is a ’20 minute city’ and by that I mean you can almost go anywhere within the 20 minutes range. Every place is conveniently accessible whether your are heading to the airport, to the city centre or to the beach  you’ll find your way without the hustle and bustle.   Rundle Mall – Australia’s first pedestrian street mall Adelaide City’s laid-back attitude makes it the perfect place to bring the family. There are plenty of activities to do here and lots of wide spaces too!...