Adelaide has a cosmopolitan culture with more live music, bars, restaurants and cafes per capita than any other Australian city.

Adelaide’s music scene has been recognised by UNESCO as international City of Music joining the Creative Cities Network, with cities such as Seville, Bogotá, Hamamatsu, Glasgow, and Hannover.

Fifteen minutes from Adelaide’s central business district, you’ll find sun-drenched beaches and some of the world’s best wineries or national parks where you’ll meet our famous koalas, kangaroos and parrots.

Out in the regions, the lifestyle only gets better with 3,800 kilometres of coastline and easy access to South Australia’s iconic outback.

South Australia offers warm, dry summers and short, mild winters with over 300 days of sunshine per year. Our Summer runs from December to February with an average temperature of 28.3 degrees Celsius (°C).

Our beautiful climate provides year round opportunities to explore South Australia – its picturesque beaches, hills and coastal regions – where you can enjoy activities such as hiking, cycling, surfing, sailing, camping, hiking and canoeing.

Living in South Australia, you’ll have access to some of the worlds cleanest, quality produce, and with the cost of living lower than other Australian mainland capital city – you can do more here for less.

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