Adelaide is South Australia’s vibrant capital city and its economic, educational and cultural hub.
Although a long way from Europe, Adelaide is considered to have a Mediterranean climate, which means you will enjoy four distinct seasons. Quite simply, it is a very pleasant place to live, work and study. Adelaide people go out of their way to make sure there is a warm welcome waiting for international students when they first arrive.
With so many beautiful parks and quiet suburbs, walking and cycling are easy and safe ways to get around. Naturally, you will enjoy free Wi-Fi in the CBD, and with the city famous for its cafes and restaurants, why not study while enjoying this free service?
So much to see and do…
The city is sandwiched between white sandy beaches to the west and hills to the east.
Beaches offer calm, safe swimming waters and, even on the hottest day, you will always have plenty of opportunities to soak up the sun.
The hills are just 20 minutes to the east and a great place to discover a couple of South Australia’s great attractions in a beautiful tree-studded landscape. Further afield are other wine growing regions such as the famous Barossa Valley and farmlands.
Between the hills and beaches are many other places loved by students and locals alike. Adelaide is one of Australia’s most affordable cities, so your student dollar will go a lot further during a day of shopping in the heart of the city at Rundle Mall or undercover at the Adelaide Central Market. Fancy a visit to Glenelg beach for a swim? How about visiting the giant Pandas at the Adelaide Zoo? There is so much to see and do in Adelaide – the city of students.
Adelaide’s public transport system includes buses, trains and trams; each of which can get you to the far reaches of the city. You’ll find everything you need to know about Adelaide’s public transport including timetables and route maps at the Adelaide Metro website and courtesy of the Adelaide City Council.More