风中走了八万里Adelaide Central Market is a must-visit place to visit the city of Adelaide. It was established by German immigrants who came here more than a hundred years ago. It belongs to a vegetable market in the southern hemisphere second only to Victoria Market. In it you can Find Italian food, cheap and authentic Korean food, affordable Cantonese morning tea, fresh and cheap fruits and vegetables, rich yogurt, freshly baked bread, all kinds of sausages, cheese, red wine, and even baked it in the shop Pei’s coffee and so on, a delicious and fun place that will make you amazed at this trip haha
Child of BohemiaSuch a amazing gallery where I spend whole morning. You will see paintings from Australia, Europe and also from Asia. Each time there are several special exhibition and each hour guided tour. Free entry.
_FB***24The Adelaide Botanic Garden is the most beautiful place in ADL. It takes about 45 mins to throughly see all the plants and walk to every corner. You’ll also find it every interesting that the flowers changes every 3 months.
孔姐kkkTo Adelaide Hills, take 864 in the city for $3.50 per person. Get in the car and give it directly to the driver. You can also use banknotes. The driver can get change. It seems to take 20 stops without walking a few steps. Then take the 823 road directly. The top of the mountain, no more than two hours for the ticket to continue. After two stops, the driver said that he could take some photos when he got off the bus. The bus waited at this station for ten minutes, then got on the bus and then took another stop to the safari park. Because we had a long delay on the mountain, we missed 823, and the time between cars at noon was relatively long. We waited until 823 after 1pm. So we have been exploring the mountain and found a lot of kangaroos and koalas on the mountain. After eating something, I went straight back to the city instead of going to the safari park.
McLaren Vale's reputation as a wine region dates back to the late 1930s. After more than 180 years of development, it is now one of Australia's most famous producing regions, with dozens of wines. Hey, including the Kalimpong winery we are visiting today.
This surrealist building, which was officially opened to the public at the end of last year, has now become a landmark in the McLaren Vale. The unique design is like a Rubik's cube to be cracked by you, and his designer is the Kalimpong wine. Zhuangs fourth owner is himself.
The interior not only displays the works of many artists, but also the restaurant, wine cellar and private function room, which is the perfect blend of architecture, art and wine.
Wellenberg has not only been rated as a five-star Australian winery, but its wines are also frequent visitors in the famous Langton s Classification of Australian wine, so don't miss the wine tasting here. Admission tickets of 10 Australian dollars have already included the free tasting of general alcoholic drinks. You can buy them directly if you like them. When you leave, the staff will be ready for you to pack them. Take the sales area directly next to the parking lot. can. The magical design of the Rubik's Cube also gives you 360-degree views over the vineyards.
Located in the heart of the Mourvdre vineyards of the Kalimpong winery, the Kalimpong Rubik's Cube reinvents the centuries-old winery of Kalimpong, with its surrealistic surrealist exterior, strolling through the vineyards in front of the Rubik's Cube. Under the sunlight, the Rubik's Cube is like a giant crystal that is crystal-clear, creating a illusion that the building floats over the vineyards. Kalimpong Fortress is one of the most important wineries in the McLaren Vale.
1912, Joseph Osborne and Thomas Hazy and his son jointly purchased the Milton Vineyards in the McLaren Vale, which began the history of Kalimpong.
When the 1960s, Kalimpenberg wines received wide recognition and recognition; in the 1970s, they became the innovators of the wine trend and gained many poles in less than 20 years. Meaningful international and domestic awards.
Today, the fourth generation family winemaker in Berlin, Chester Osborne, has produced a reputable handmade wine.
Located between the Love Mountains and St. Vincent Bay, the McLaren Vale is known for its impressive wines, lush production environments and landscapes.
McLaren Valley has a rich history. First choice, it is the birthplace of the South Australian wine industry, with the world's oldest vines, the first vine in the McLaren Valley was carried in 1838, how long is it now? 180 years!
Today, the McLaren Vale has 65 wineries, most of which are exquisite in size, distributed in the main neighborhoods of the McLaren Vale, almost every other distance. There are about 270 independent grape growers living here. The
McLarran Valley belongs to the Mediterranean climate, which also provides ideal conditions for growing grapes. Gala is the most important growing species in the region, accounting for about half of regional production. And the flavors of fruit and wine that are bred in the climate and soil can be kept in deep purple bottles for decades. The area also specialises in Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache and Merlot, Sauvignon Blanc and Riesling.