Adelaide. Adelaide is a huge city with several district articles that contain information about specific sights, restaurants, and accommodation. Adelaide is the capital city of South Australia. It lies on the eastern shores of Gulf St Vincent in the central, southern part of the Australian continent.
1 Adelaide - the capital of South Australia and the largest city in the state by a huge margin, as well as the fifth largest city in Australia; 2 Gawler – a smaller more quiet city 40 kilometres north of Adelaide; 3 Hahndorf - A German town on the outskirts of Adelaide; Other destinations 
Connect City and North Adelaide is the central business district of Adelaide, the capital of South Australia. When using the term City alone – it generally does not include North Adelaide, but the "City of Adelaide" would include North Adelaide. The city has several names.
All the beaches along Adelaide's coastline are excellent white sand beaches, some with public toilets and cold water showers. If you want to 'wet a line' there are jetties at (suburban beaches, from north to south) Grange, Semaphore, Henley Beach, Glenelg, Brighton and Port Noarlunga.
Su noon–4PM, M W 11AM–2PM, closed public holidays. One of the state's most accessible military museums home to a collection of historic guns, artillery, and pretty much everything that was used in the First and Second World Wars along with the Vietnam and Korean Wars.
Adelaide Hills is a region in South Australia. It is an easy 30-minute drive from Adelaide CBD. The highest point is Mount Lofty, 712 metres above sea level. In 2016, it was home to 72,000 people.
Adelaide is known for being a centre for festivals, wine culture, and for German cultural influences, while Perth is known for its food and wine culture, pearls, gems and precious metals, and the international fringe arts festival and finally Hobart mainly promotes itself for the convict history.