The inner-northern suburb of Clearview is only 10 to 15 minutes along the Main North Road from the heart of the Festival City.
Adelaide prides itself on its style, elegance and high performance arts - no idle boast as the biennial Arts Festival is regarded as one of the finest three in the world.
Beyond the performing arts, Adelaide caters for all cultural tastes. Its attractions include the Migrant Museum, which traces the historic and cultural chain which make up the state, while the SA Museum’s recently-opened Aborigine Cultures Gallery reflects the richness of Australia’s indigenous people’s heritage.
The National Motor Museum is a must for car enthusiasts, while visitors seeking family fun should not leave the Investigator Science and Technology Centre off their must-see list.
The adjoining Zoological Gardens and Adelaide Botanic Gardens, which are a major plank in the North Adelaide green belt, date back to the 1850s. The Bicentennial Conservatory, which was opened near the rear entrance to the Botanic Gardens in 1988, boasts the southern hemisphere's largest interior rainforest that is supported by its own cloud-making system.