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Beachouse
Situated in Glenelg, Adelaide’s premiere beach side suburb, this exciting beach-front fun house promises a day of entertainment for the whole family. Features include: Soli Italian Formula One dodgem cars, a five story high play castle, a ferris wheel, bumper boats, mini golf, a fabulous carousel, various arcade games and three, fully enclosed and heated water slides that will have you reaching super speeds in no time at all. Its on-site café offers not only the best cappuccinos in town, but also amazing fairground treats including donuts, gelati and every kid’s favorite, fairy floss.
Colley Terrace
AAMI Stadium
AAMI Stadium at West Lakes is Adelaide's premier Australian Rules football venue. Built at a heavy cost, the first match was played here in 1974. With a current capacity of 46,600 and car parking for 8000 cars, AAMI Stadium is home to both of Adelaide's Australian Football League teams, the Adelaide Crows and Port Power. Facilities at the stadium include a convention center, the Crows Social Club, a gym and numerous corporate boxes. Tours of the ground are conducted by arrangement through the Crows Social Club.
105 West Lakes Boulevard
Adelaide Oval
Dominating the parklands between Torrens lake and St Peter's Cathedral lies the Adelaide Oval, often mooted as the most picturesque test cricket ground in the world. The first test match played here was against England in 1884. Since that time the ground has been used for other sports such as rugby league and Australian rules football. The distinctive Victor Richardson and Clarrie Grimmett gates add special character to the ground, while the splendid old scoreboard dates back to Edwardian times. Public tours of the Oval and Museum are conducted every Tuesday and Thursday, and on Sundays during the cricket season.
War Memorial Drive
Adelaide Botanic Garden
Tranquility and relaxation are the bywords on any stroll through Adelaide's Botanic Garden. The garden provides a great opportunity to relax amidst subtropical plants or to wine and dine next to the lake. Two of the most impressive glasshouse structures in the garden are literally an age apart. The elegant Palm House, which opened in 1877, is recognized as the finest Victorian glasshouse in Australia and houses a fascinating display of Madagascan flora. Conversely, the space-age Bicentennial Conservatory encloses tropical rain forest plants from northern Australia, the Pacific islands and Asia.
North Terrace
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I wish we could of bought our dogs they would have had agrand time.also watching schools taking the children down to the beach for activites,people always using the beach loved it
West Beach and Henley Beach are lovely places close to Adelaide. There were also fabulous beaches further south along the Fleurieu Peninsula.
Went to Maslin beach without knowing it was a nudist beach. Everybody was clothed while we were there and it was beautiful.
panoramic beaches surrounding the city within 15 minutes from the city
Able to walk along or run on lovely sand and great walking track
Able to walk along or run on lovely sand and great walking track
I could remember all the happy times of my youth.
Take the tram to Glenelg. Great shopping and food
Every thing as we are from the snowy mountains.
Fish & chips, clean, relaxing, shopping