Extensive collections span from Australian wildlife to Ancient Egyptian mummies and artifacts to fossils and minerals. The Aboriginal Cultures gallery has over 3,000 items related to the world's most ancient continuous culture. The museum entry is no charge as are the guided tours that show the secrets of this custodian of South Australia's natural and cultural history.
Walking into the Adelaide Botanical Garden, the roads are lined with plants of various shapes and colors, which are very symmetrical. There is a rose garden not far from the entrance, and the roses of various colors compete for peoples attention. Inside the park, there is a large-scale glass greenhouse "Tropical Rainforest Observation Park" in the southern hemisphere, commemorates the 200th anniversary of the founding of Australia. Walking in you feel as if you were in the Jurassic era. You will run into water sprays from time to time.
Adelaide was built by immigrants such as farmers. The city is small, the streets and alleys are laid out in a grid, neat and beautiful, and the buildings on both sides of the street and the steeple church exude a strong British atmosphere. The quiet Dorrens River traverses east and west, and the whole city is divided into the north and south districts. The north district is a quiet and beautiful residential area, while the south district is a lively commercial area. The green belt, surrounded by the edge of the suburbs and the northern part of the city, such as a green necklace, has decorated Adelaide into a cozy capital.
Glenelg Beach is a very popular beach in Adelaide. It has fine white sand and blue water. As the beach is adjacent to many places of interest, it has become a popular tourist destination, along the coastline is a large residential community and entertainment park. There are many hotels and restaurants around, as well as children’s play facilities. Here you can enjoy the sunset and the sea.
The University of Adelaide was founded in 1874 and has produced several Nobel Prize winners and Rhodes Award winners. Most of the buildings on the campus are ancient buildings and are worth visiting. The University of Adelaide is not very large, but the building is full of European classicism and very beautiful. Especially the library plaza, the lawn is flat, surrounded by green trees and flowers, is a quiet place.
The Adelaide Central Market is located in the heart of the city, allowing an old market with a century of history to be in such an expensive location, and the Adelaide attitude towards the ingredients is evident. You can find a wide range of cheeses, processed meats, and more. Here, you can not only taste the food, but also chat with the interesting stall owners to understand the historical changes of the market and different food culture.
Adelaide Zoo is a wildlife park in Adelaide, Australia's capital, South Australia. About 1,000 species of mammals, reptiles, and birds have been raised in the garden. There is also a zoo designed for children and a Southeast Asian rainforest show center. At the same time, the Adelaide Zoo is the only place where you can see large pandas.
Although the appearance of the South Australian Museum of Art is ordinary, it is a different world inside. In the classical exhibition halls, there are Australian art works and handicrafts lined in chronological order and the collection is quite rich. There is a collection of works by masters in the history of Australian art. Fixed exhibitions include contemporary aboriginal exhibitions, Asian exhibitions, Islamic exhibitions and European art exhibitions.