City SnapshotAs the capital city of Australia’s ‘Festival State’, Adelaide has a constant supply of culture, arts, music, sports and food events to enjoy year-round. Popular for its Mediterranean climate, incredible beaches, famous wine regions and unique landscapes, there is so much to see and do in and around Adelaide, whether it’s a weekend trip to Kangaroo Island, or an afternoon eating your way through the Central Market. A popular ‘student city’, Adelaide also offers affordable cost-of-living and is easily accessible with plenty of public transport options. Plus, it’s consistently ranked one of the world’s top 10 most liveable cities!
Adelaide, South Australia
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Best known forEvents including the Adelaide Fringe (the world's second-largest annual arts festival), WOMADelaide, and the Adelaide Festival are world-renowned. The city boasts beautiful historical architecture housing incredible galleries and museums, with the CBD surrounded by lush, green Park Lands.
Where to StudySouth Australia’s higher education institutions rank on a global scale (and have produced five Nobel Prize winners!), while its Technical and Further Education (TAFE) courses have some of the highest post-graduation employment rates.
Public TransportKnown as the ‘20 minute city’, everything in Adelaide is close and easily accessible. Public transport is cheap and plentiful, with buses, trams and trains, and bike paths are marked throughout the city.
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