World Routes 2019

The 25th World Route Development Forum

Adelaide, Australia
15 January 2015 - 27 February 2015

Adelaide City Guide

As South Australia's capital city, Adelaide boasts a prime location offering access to idyllic beaches, rich aboriginal history and native Australian animals dotted throughout numerous wildlife locations including the state's very own Kangaroo Island.

Explore the City

Parliament House

A coastal capital situated along the River Torrens, Adelaide is a vibrant city housing many landmarks documenting its history since 1836.         

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Beaches

Fleurieu Peninsula

Just a tram ride away from Adelaide city centre lie some of the best beaches in South Australia.  

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Food and Wine

Dolphin Bay

A thriving gourmet scene complements South Australia's reputation as one of the world's great wine capitals.

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Wildlife and Nature

Koala

Australia's cuddly koala is no stranger to Adelaide. Discover this iconic animal amongst the region's most indigenous wildlife. 

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Sports and Leisure

Skydiving

South Australia's diverse landscape and optimum climate provide the ideal setting for discovering the region's most thrilling leisure activities.

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Parks and Gardens

Parks and Gardens

From botanic gardens to conservation parks, Adelaide and its surrounding areas are home to incredible natural scenery.      

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Shopping

Rundle mall

Adelaide city centre has numerous streets which are renowned shopping locations for fashion, food, souvenirs, jewellery and more.

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Golf

Golf

South Australia's golf courses provide spectacular views of the region's  mountainous and coastal backdrops.

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History and Culture

State Library of SA

Adelaide houses several museums and cultural sites showcasing South Australia's aboriginal heritage.

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