The captial of South Australia is is a drowsy, backwater city with some fine museums

The capital of South Australia is a civilized city surrounded by parks and gardens, featuring the largest produce market in the Southern Hemisphere, the Migration Museum tracing the settlement of Australia, the National Wine Centre, and several interesting interpretive centers devoted to understanding Aboriginal cultures.

It is also a springboard for visiting Australia's top wine regions—the Barossa Valley, Eden Valley, and Clare Valley; the wildlife wonderland of Kangaroo Island; and the Flinders Range mountains, the beginning of the Outback.

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This article was by Reid Bramblett and last updated in April 2011.
All information was accurate at the time.

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