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Trees and leaves

Tree talk

Down streets large and small and throughout the expansive Adelaide Park Lands which embrace the CBD and North Adelaide, the city is full of leafy treasures.

Alexander Edmondson

Tips from a ‘Tour’ local

The Santos Tour Down Under may have wrapped for another year, but we managed to catch a fast few minutes with local rider Alexander Edmondson (Mitchelton-SCOTT) in-between stages. Check out some of the places he likes...

View of Gladys Elphick Park / Narnungga

The city park celebrating culture and cricket

One of the 30 parks within the expansive Adelaide Park Lands has been given a makeover, a meaningful new name honouring an inspiring Adelaide woman and, in 2020, will host a series of warm-up matches in the lead-up to...

Adelaide TreeClimb

See Adelaide from a new angle

Life can look very different depending where you’re standing. Here’s a few family-friendly activities that could have you seeing Adelaide in a whole new light this summer! From the water Adelaide’s iconic Popeye boats...

Cyclist on River Torrens

City to sea

In Adelaide, getting from the city to a beach on a bicycle is a breeze.  Two routes to try are the tree-lined River Torrens Linear Park Trail or the busier Mike Turtur Bikeway. Discover a little more about each option...

Keeping Adelaide party pretty

Often while you’re sleeping, the City of Adelaide’s 220-strong Public Realm team is busy ensuring the city puts its best foot forward. Each day, the Cleansing crew sweep a mighty 183 kms of road and footpath, clean over...

Wedding ring exchange

Say ‘I Do’ in the Park Lands

To celebrate the fifth anniversary of Adelaide’s Sister City relationship with Qingdao, a beautiful new Park Lands location will be available for wedding ceremonies from 1 February 2019, and the site hire is the City of...

City of Adelaide skyline by night

Smart thinking

As South Australia’s first Surveyor-General, Colonel Light was tasked with shaping the State’s capital. He needed to be visionary and he didn’t disappoint. His foresight is still paying dividends for residents, visitors...

Michael and Kenneth De Boo in the Whitmore Square Community Verge Garden

City gardens: small and shared

Since moving out of the suburbs three years ago, CBD residents Kenneth and Michael De Boo have been loving every minute of their city life and the chance to introduce more greenery to Adelaide’s south-west. These two...

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