Here are a few suggestions of historical places to visit in Adelaide that you may not know about and would like to explore? 1) Charles Sturt Museum - Captain Charles Sturt’s home in South Australia Built in 1840/41 for the Sturt family, the ‘Grange’ took central stage in a property of 390 acres in the Reed Beds of the Port River creek and the Torrens River. One of the earliest homes built in the district, it also had the distinction of being constructed of brick and was
YES. Then we encourage you to take a 14km drive from Adelaide Style Accommodation Homes to #MorialtaFallsConservationPark. For more than 100 years Morialta Conservation Park has been a well-loved recreational escape, offering plenty to see and do for everyone. Its woodlands, gorges, gullies and stunning waterfalls will make you feel like you are miles away from the city. There are three striking waterfalls. If you want to see all three you will need to prepare for a 7.5km
You could spend a whole day in #Adelaide exploring the many surrounding gardens. We have designed an itinerary below which will enable you to take in the many gardens around the city, which are in very close proximity of Adelaide Style Accommodation homes. Set out in the morning and walk or take the free #Adelaide #Connector #bus from the "Close to City" home or the "Getaway in North Adelaide" home to the Adelaide #BotanicGardens. If you choose to stay at the "City to Beach"