27 Mar 2015 Living here
Small and perfectly formed, Adelaide is one of Australia’s best-kept secrets, full of elegant tree-lined boulevards, homes with lacy verandas and beautiful parks and gardens. It has the prettiest cricket ground in the world — the locals are obsessed with the sport — and one of the starriest night skies.
Founded in 1836 as the planned capital of a freely settled British province, it is a city with a colonial past, but an increasingly hip future. The central food market will satisfy every culinary craving, while the vine-clad Barossa Valley is on the doorstep. It also has the lowest house prices of any Australian main state capital: an average of AUS $520,000.
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