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Adelaide's skyline features a mix of skyscrapers, traditional buildings and modern structures like the Adelaide Convention Centre. Robert Lang Photography Getty Images

Rows upon rows of wine grapes await you in Barossa, a wine region near Adelaide. moisseyev Getty Images

Take Adelaide Metro's tram a few miles west of the city to Glenelg Beach, where you can dive, snorkel or swim with wild dolphins. Andrey Moisseyev Getty Images

If you want to catch a rugby or cricket match, plan on visiting the Adelaide Oval. This large sports complex hosts Australian Football League (AFL) rugby matches between late March and mid-August, while cricket competitions take place mid-October through March. Stephen Beaumont Flickr

Adelaide Central Market is a foodie paradise, with everything from fresh produce to cheeses and baked goods. Philip Bouchard Flickr

St. Peter's Cathedral, which sits near the Adelaide Oval and Adelaide Zoo, features quintessential Old World architectural details like tall spires, stone archways and stained-glass windows. Andrey Moisseyev Getty Images

Jaw-dropping beaches, towering rock formations and countless wild animals are just a few things you'll encounter on Kangaroo Island. Megan Spooner Getty Images

No dining experience in Adelaide would be complete without trying a pie floater. This meat pie and pea soup dish is best paired with Australian beers like Tooheys New, Coopers Brewery Original Pale Ale and West End Draught. darrenwise Getty Images

Hikers, photographers and nature lovers will enjoy visiting Waterfall Gully, a large waterfall situated 7 miles southeast of Adelaide in Cleland Conservation Park. BerndC Getty Images

At the National War Memorial, travelers can pay their respects to Australian soldiers who lost their lives during World War I. jobhopper Getty Images

The free Art Gallery of South Australia houses more than 38,000 works of art, including paintings by Renoir and Claude Lorrain. Cimexus Flickr

Outside Rundle Mall, four bronze pigs rummage through trash bins and sniff the sidewalks in search of sales. Danijel-James Wynyard Flickr

The main draw of Adelaide Botanic Garden is its immaculately manicured gardens, but this scenic spot also boasts beautiful buildings like the modern Bicentennial Conservatory (pictured) and the 19th-century Palm House. ymgerman Getty Images

Though shiraz is the standout of Adelaide's wine industry, Barossa and McLaren Vale also make grenache, riesling and semillon. Danijel-James Wynyard Flickr

Giant pandas, Tasmanian devils, Sumatran orangutans and Victorian koalas are just some of the animal species you'll find at the Adelaide Zoo. Brett Hartwig / Stringer Getty Images

Though these precious gemstones come in all shapes, sizes and colors and can be found in many Australian cities, Adelaide's proximity to the mining community of Coober Pedy makes it one of the best metropolitan areas for purchasing opals. Stuart Wheeler / EyeEm Getty Images

At the South Australian Museum, visitors can see World War I artifacts, admire aboriginal artwork and learn about Egyptian mummies, among other features. Lamsus Crusoe Flickr

Wine connoisseurs will love sampling some of Australia's best vino in McLaren Vale, which sits less than 25 miles south of downtown Adelaide. jane55-hogarth Getty Images

Australia's oldest family-run chocolatier set up shop at Rundle Mall's Beehive Corner in 1915. Today, this chocolate company remains one of Aussies' favorite places to buy sweets. Kristina D.C. Hoeppner Flickr

An array of shops, including the original storefront for Haigh's Chocolates, await you at Rundle Mall. denisbin Flickr

Adelaide Skyline picture in Adelaide
Barossa picture in Adelaide
Glenelg Beach picture in Adelaide
Adelaide Oval picture in Adelaide
Adelaide Central Market picture in Adelaide
St. Peter's Cathedral picture in Adelaide
Kangaroo Island picture in Adelaide
Pie Floater picture in Adelaide
Waterfall Gully picture in Adelaide
National War Memorial picture in Adelaide
Art Gallery of South Australia picture in Adelaide
Rundle Mall Pigs picture in Adelaide
Adelaide Botanic Garden picture in Adelaide
Wine picture in Adelaide
Adelaide Zoo picture in Adelaide
Opals picture in Adelaide
South Australian Museum picture in Adelaide
McLaren Vale picture in Adelaide
Haigh's Chocolates picture in Adelaide
Rundle Mall picture in Adelaide

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