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Adelaide, South Australia’s cosmopolitan capital boasts several historic buildings, lush parklands, sprawling botanic gardens and ancient churches. Visit this wonderful city and look forward to kayaking along Port River, climbing Mount Lofty, trekking through the Adelaide Hills to explore scenic gorges and lush valleys, strawberry picking at the Beerenberg Farm, admiring flora and fauna at the Adelaide Botanic Garden and taking a cruise along the Torrens River to discover old riverside towns and ports. For a cultural experience, visit the Art Gallery of South Australia to explore one of Australia's finest art collections ranging from paintings, sculptures, drawings and photographs to furniture and textiles.
Adelaide is famous as one of the world’s great wine capitals, home to some of Australia’s finest wineries and vineyards. Pay a visit to the Adelaide Hills region, one of the largest natural wine producing areas on the planet and stroll around some local wineries including the Wirra Wirra, Penny’s Hill, SC Pannell, Oliver's Taranga, Coriole and Primo Estate, where you can enjoy sampling a variety of wines and beers straight from the barrel. Don’t forget to visit the McLaren Vale, renowned for its Shiraz, Grenache and Italian varieties of wines. You can book cheap tickets to Adelaide from India through Brightsun Travel and enjoy everything that this wine lover’s paradise has to offer.
Adelaide is a must-visit destination for wildlife lovers. Stroll around the Adelaide Zoo and explore Australia's giant pandas along with 1,800 animals, and different species of native birds and fish. You can also visit one of the world’s largest open-range zoos, Monarto Zoo, situated within a 50 minute drive from Adelaide to spot more than 50 species of mammals and reptiles including tigers, black-flanked rock-wallabies, meerkats and the rare Southern white rhinoceros and black rhinoceros. Brightsun Travel offers a range of cheap air tickets to Adelaide, allowing you to come and explore its rich wildlife. Don’t forget to visit the Adelaide Dolphin Sanctuary to spot the Bottlenose Dolphins as well as fur seals, sting rays and endangered Australian sea lions.