Living in Adelaide
Adelaide is the capital of South Australia and has more than 1 million inhabitants. Located on the southern coast of Australia, facing the Indian Ocean, this refined and elegant city is characterized by a Mediterranean climate, a relaxing lifestyle and a very good economic condition.
Adelaide, was also renamed the “Education City” because it is the headquarters of the main institutions of South Australia, which attract a large number of students from abroad, especially young people from South East Asia.
Adelaide is home to three historic University (Flinders University, University of Adelaide and University of South Australia) and of numerous schools for all needs. Particularly among young people who decide to attend an English course in Australia are increasingly those who want to study in Adelaide thanks to its tradition.
Other reasons to study at Adeilade:
- Excellent value for money
- Lower cost of living than Sydney or Melbourne
- Cosmopolitan and safe city
Events: International Arts Festival, the Fringe Comedy Festival (the second largest in the world) and WOMADelaide.
The climate in Adelaide is by far the driest compared to other Australian cities, where a mild winter and hot summer where you can take advantage of temperatures for outdoor dining in the great cafes and restaurants that the city hosts.
The rainfall is concentrated in the winter with highs in June.
What to do
Living in Adelaide is not just studying and having fun: just a step away you can reach wonderful places surrounded by nature. In addition to its parks (Elder Park, Rymill Park and the Botanic Park) and attractions such as the Adelaide Central Markets, where you can taste the flavors of Australia, there are enchanting places like Glenelg Beach or Hahndorf, the oldest German settlement in Australia .
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