Adelaide City Facts
|Total Area||705.4 sq miles|
|Lat Long Coordinates||34.9333° S, 138.5833° E|
|Time Zome||Australian Western Standard Time(AWST), or (UTC+8)|
|Area Code||Australia (61), South Australia (08), Adelaide(7)|
|Major Religion||Catholic, Christian|
|Museums||South Australian Museum, Ayers House, Architecture Museum, Art Gallery of South Australia, Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia|
|Universities||Adelaide College of Divinity, Adelaide College of Ministries, Australian Lutheran College, Bible College of South Australia, IIBIT, Adelaide|
|Tourist Places of Attractions
Where is Adelaide: Situated beside the South Ocean, and on the Adelaide Plains, north of the Fleurieu Peninsula, Adelaide is located at 34o55′ Latitude South and 138o36′ Longitude East. The city, which has a total land area of 870 sq. km, is at an average elevation of 50 m above sea level. The city has a population of 1,124,315 with a density of 615 per sq. km.
How to Commute: Adelaide International Airport handles all domestic and international flights. Adelaide Metro that consists of a contracted bus system such as the O-Bahn Busway, metropolitan railways and the Adelaide-Glenelg Tram together constitute the public transportation in the city.
The southeastern freeway, highways and express highways ease the traffic congestion in the city. As a planned city, it has a number of roads that link the city with other regions.
Where to Stay: Adelaide hotels offer various modern amenities to its customers. This persuades them to stay at these hotels and avail the offers provided to them. Such hotels include Majestic Roof Garden Hotel, Stamford Grand Adelaide, Thorngrove Manor, Medina Grand Adelaide Treasury, Radisson Playford Adelaide and Pacific International Suites Adelaide.
What to See: Various attractions of the city include South Australian Museum, Adelaide Botanic Garden, Art Gallery of South Australia, North Terrace, Adelaide Zoo, Glenelg, South Australian Maritime Museum, Migration Museum, Aldinga Beach and Aldinga Scrub Conservation Park. Australian Museum of Childhood is the main attraction focused on children.
About City: Adelaide is the capital of the Australian state of South Australia. The city was named in honor of Queen Adelaide, the wife of King William IV. Founded in 1836, it is the planned capital for the freely settled British province in Australia. As the capital of South Australia, Adelaide is the seat of government and also the commercial center. It is also the most populous city of South Australia and the fifth largest city in Australia.