Located in South Australia, the Dorrens River is an important river in the Adelaide Plain and the mother river of Adelaide. On the banks of the banks of the Dorrens River, you can walk freely or rent a bicycle to enjoy the riverside scenery and all kinds of flora and fauna. Integrate your body and mind into the local cultural life and enjoy the leisurely travel.
It's beautiful. There are many trees on both sides of the river. The natural landscape free park is worth visiting.
The Dorence River is a very famous place in Adelaide.
Very beautiful town, very lucky to come in a good season, early autumn season, leaves red and green, warm sunshine wrapped in a cool breeze, comfortable and comfortable! There are many boutiques in the town, all kinds of gadgets are very interesting, and all kinds of restaurants with unique styles. The flower art of the restaurant is exquisite and pleasant, which makes the decoration of the restaurant more lively. I like walking in Hanford Town!
The town of Handorf is about ten kilometers away from the urban area of Adelaide. It is a famous German town in Germany. It is a place where German immigrants live. No matter what the buildings are, they are very Germans. It feels like they come to Germany. The buildings in the whole town are very beautiful. The restaurant is a pure German restaurant. Very happy.
It takes about 40 minutes to get to Handoff by 864bus in City. It's a beautiful early autumn. The maple leaves are white clouds in the blue sky. The feeling of walking into the painting. There are many special boutiques and delicacies, slow down and enjoy slow time.
The Dorence River is Adelaide's mother river. It runs through the whole city and along the river is the main landscape belt of Adelaide's city. Every spring and summer there will be boating competitions, very lively, usually you can also boat on the river to play, very interesting.
Walking in the middle of Adelaide during the day, you will feel that this is a place full of elegance and nobility. The quiet Toronto River flows quietly, with flowers on both sides. Even in summer, walking is not a difficult task, because the roads are lined with ancient trees, and you can feel the shade of trees when you walk! Recommend it.
The local people are also called German villages. It is said that Adelaide has a long history, and it has a long history. The town is not big, but there are a lot of people and cars. We can still see red leaves when we go in mid-April, but later, a week earlier would be better. Many people go to Hon do * f to taste German beer and pork elbow meal, which is very similar to that eaten in Germany.
The Dorence River flows quietly by the town in the morning light. In the town, the bell tower of the 12th century St. Thorvald's Church, the fresh breeze blowing, the pleasant bell sounding, waking up the surrounding green fields in the long cold winter, I often dream of waking up in Provence, watching the wild poppy lavender and olive trees, flowers, vanilla and fruits in turn blooming and maturing.