The River Torrens and Adelaide’s CBD

About Adelaide Inner Metro

A vibrant, electric and exciting place to explore, Adelaide is the capital city of South Australia, and was ranked as Australia’s most liveable city in 2020.

As the only Australian city to be completely enclosed by park lands, residents use this vast green, leafy space to enjoy many leisure activities and events. With everything within easy walking distance, but also well-serviced by public transport, the city is easy to navigate. For those wanting to live in the hustle and bustle of the city, there are many modern apartment buildings to choose from, which provide spectacular views across the suburbs, River Torrens, and Adelaide Hills.

Adelaide is home to a lively dining and entertainment scene, with award-winning fine dining restaurants and a network of pubs, trendy small bars, and buzzing laneways right across the city.

More importantly, there is never a shortage of things to do in Adelaide, with museums along North Terrace, the Rundle Mall shopping precinct, and a world-class calendar of events. From the Adelaide Festival, Fringe Festival, Cabaret, and OzAsia Festival, to football, cricket, and music concerts at Adelaide Oval, there is always something happening in the city throughout the year.

One of the greatest benefits of living in Adelaide is its proximity to other South Australian regions, with the Barossa Valley, Adelaide Hills, and Fleurieu Peninsula all located less than an hour’s drive away.

However, there are also a number of popular locations to explore and escape from the buzz of the city within the Inner Adelaide Metro region itself. Local residents can enjoy scenic coastal or suburban walks, sidewalk cafes, heritage pubs with live music, and a plethora of markets and local community events.

Fun Fact: Adelaide is home to the largest collection of Aboriginal artefacts in the world.