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Cities in South Australia, Australia
City: # City: #
Aberfoyle Park2 MEADOWS1
Adelaide342 Medindie1
Alberton 1 Mile End2
Aldgate1 minlaton yorke peninsula2
Aldinga2 Modbury Heights2
aldinga beach1 modbury north1
Ardrossan1 Morphett Vale6
Ashton3 Morphettville1
Auldana1 Mount Barker7
back valley1 Mount Gambier11
Barossa Valley2 Murray Bridge3
Belair8 Mylor2
birkinhead1 Myrtle Bank3
Black Forest2 Nailsworth1
Blakeview1 Naracoorte3
Bridgewater2 Native Valley1
Brighton5 noarlunga downs2
brooklyn park1 Normanville1
Campbelltown1 North Haven3
Ceduna1 Northfield1
Christie Downs3 norwood1
Clare1 O'Halloran Hill2
Clarence Park3 O'Sullivan Beach1
Clearview1 One Tree Hill2
Coober Pedy1 Orroroo1
Coromandel Valley1 Panorama1
Craigmore1 para vista2
Croydon2 Parkside1
Croydon Park4 Penneshaw1
Cudlee Creek1 pennington2
Davoren Park2 Penola1
Daw Park 1 Peterborough2
Dulwich1 Pooraka1
Eden Hills3 Port Adelaide2
Edithburgh2 Port Augusta3
edwardstown2 Port Lincoln7
Elizabeth East1 Port Pirie2
Eudunda1 Port Willunga1
Evandale2 Prospect3
felixstow1 Quorn2
Findon1 Renmark2
Flagstaff Hill2 Reynella5
Flinders Park1 Reynella East1
Fullarton 1 Richmond5
Gawler6 Ridgehaven1
Gilles Plains1 rosslyn park1
Glandore2 Rostrevor1
Glen Osmond1 Roxby Downs1
Glenelg16 Royston Park3
Glenunga1 Salisbury7
Golden Grove4 Salisbury Heights1
Goolwa1 Seacliff2
Greenacres1 Seaford1
Greenwith1 SEAFORD MEADOWS1
Gulfview Heights2 Seaford Rise4
Hahndorf3 Seaton2
Hallett Cove3 Semaphore7
Happy Valley5 St. Marys2
Hawker1 Stirling2
Hawthorn1 Strathalbyn1
Hawthorndene1 Summertown3
Heathfield1 Surrey Downs1
Henley Beach1 Tanunda2
Hillbank2 The Hills3
Hillcrest1 Torrensville5
holden hill1 Tranmere1
Hove1 Unley1
Huntfield Heights2 Urrbrae3
Kangarilla1 vale park1
Kangaroo island2 Valley View1
Kensington Park5 Venus Bay1
Kersbrook2 Victor Harbor9
Kilburn1 Waikerie1
Kingston1 Walkerville4
Klemzig4 wallaroo1
Largs Bay2 warradale1
Lewiston1 West Beach1
Littlehampton2 West Lakes Shore1
Lock1 Whyalla Norrie1
Lower Mitcham1 Willunga3
Lyndoch2 Windsor Gardens3
macclesfield2 Wirrabara1
Manningham1 Wirrina Cove1
Marion1 Woodcroft4
Marleston1 Woodville1
Marryatville2 Wynn Vale2
Maslin Beach2 Yankalilla2
Mawson Lakes6 Yorke Peninsula1
McLaren Vale1
Info about South Australia, Australia
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Adelaide is quiet city, but if you come in the right time of year you can enjoy the festivities that gives the State its nickname (the festival state). In March and April there is an excellent vibe in Adelaide, especially around Rundle Street. Music and comedy acts come to Adelaide from around the world at this time and every day there is another excellent show to see.Introduction
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Edited by: martinnewkirk on 17.11.2006
Last postings about South Australia Australia from other users
 
muffit wrote:

Wine growing areas close by plenty of fine wine to be tasted for free.


justin wrote:

I am located about 40 km from Adelaide within walking or a short bike ride distance from McLaren Vale a major wine production area. And 45 km from Kangaroo Island one of South Australia's most popular tourist destinations. Victor Harbor is a 1/2 hour drive and is well known for whale watching where humpback whales can be seen 400 meters from shore. But one of my favorite places is my local beach 800 meters from the front door white sand deep blue water what more could you want. If you are in to diving Aldinga reef is 1 km away and I have a boat that can take you out.


dicomley wrote:

Wineries - Barossa Valley, Clare and Southern Vales


petejen wrote:

Adelaide is a small city and maybe not the most exciting but it is quite green and pretty and the people are relaxed and friendly. The city has some good attractions - SA museum, migration museum, wine centre, art gallery, botanic gardens, nice parks and excellent chocolate factory. Nightlife is a bit quiet during the week but you should check out The Exeter hotel or The Grace Emily, our two best pubs for live music. Adelaide is best used as a base to see the rest of South Australia. Great daytrips would be The Barossa Valley, The Adelaide Hills, and McLaren Vale - all excellent wine regions and gorgeous scenery. Beautiful beaches along the southern coastline. Kangaroo Island is ideal for nature lovers and a bit further north are the Flinders Ranges. Unfortunately some places are very difficult to get to by public trasport, you need to join an organised tour or hire a car.


astridpouwels wrote:

wine tasting, churches, wildlife.



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