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5 reasons to stay in Glenelg instead of the city

Posted by Jordan Noble on 20 July 2015

So you’re travelling to Adelaide; perhaps for business, to visit family, or you’re coming to watch an AFL or cricket game at the revamped Adelaide Oval? While Adelaide is a smaller city than some of Australia’s other major centres, that doesn’t mean you’ll be avoiding the hustle and bustle. Have you considered staying in Glenelg instead? Glenelg is Adelaide’s favourite beach. The beautiful beachside suburb locals refer to as “The Bay” holds a significant amount of history for South Australia, and is one of the most vibrant and cultural...   » Read the full post

Winter Wonderland at the Bay - Ice Skating in Glenelg

Posted by Craig Leverenz on 18 June 2015

Ice Skating is back at the Bay!   » Read the full post

Glenelg Air Raid Shelter

Posted by Craig Leverenz on 14 April 2015

Built in 1942, the Glenelg Air Raid Shelter is a piece of local history that many locals don’t even know exists.   » Read the full post

Plenty to see and do in Adelaide this Winter

Posted by Christine Sharkey on 1 August 2014

There might still be a month left of winter, but there’s plenty of hot things to see and do in Adelaide.   » Read the full post

Ice Skating in Glenelg

Posted by Christine Sharkey on 2 July 2014

For the month of July, Glenelg will turn into a Winter Wonderland as Glenelg plays host to a massive 150 square metre ice skating rink.   » Read the full post

Adelaide's North Terrace Redevelopment

Posted by Christine Sharkey on 5 June 2014

There has been a lot of activity around the North Terrace precinct of Adelaide lately.   » Read the full post

Adelaide Cabaret Festival

Posted by Christine Sharkey on 1 June 2014

Adelaide is home to the largest festival of its type in the world – the Adelaide Cabaret Festival.   » Read the full post

Making Adelaide safer for cyclists

Posted by Christine Sharkey on 15 May 2014

Adelaide City Council has been working* *hard to create a City where people of all levels of cycling ability feel that they can cycle safely, and to make cycling the most convenient form of transport for local trips.   » Read the full post

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Royal Adelaide Visit

Posted by Craig Leverenz on 23 April 2014

A crowd of around 50,000 people is expected to greet the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in Adelaide today.   » Read the full post

Rolling Stones concert cancelled, but still plenty to see and do in Adelaide

Posted by Christine Sharkey on 19 March 2014

The Rolling Stones concert, scheduled to open the new Adelaide Oval this Saturday, has been cancelled today, following the death of Mick Jagger's partner, L'Wren Scott. Organisers are looking to reschedule the concert for later in the year, after the Football season has finished. Acommodation in Adelaide was a sell out for the event, which would have seen just under 50,000 fans pack the new Adelaide Oval stadium for the arena spectacular. It would be advised that ticket holders get in early to book their accommodation once the rescheduled...   » Read the full post

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