About Adelaide


Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, the Indigenous people of Australia have developed an intricate knowledge and understanding of the environment over many thousands of years. The Bureau of Meterology in partnership with the Kaurna people native to South Australia share this information on the Indigenous Weather Knowledge website here.

July is in Adelaide’s mid winter season.  Average daily winter temperatures range between maximum 15.9°C and minimum 7°C (61 °F – 44 °F).  Bring warm and wet weather clothing.


A free tram and bus service runs within the city.  The free tram service is between the Adelaide Entertainment Centre and South Terrace, beyond South Terrace it continues onto Glenelg and needs a paid ticket, which can be purchased on the tram.   Free City Services

Adelaide City Council provides free bicycles at various locations around the CBD.

Adelaide is cycle friendly and a relatively flat terrain.

Things to do

The CBD of Adelaide was planned as a square mile surrounded by parklands. Adelaide Festival Centre and the riverbank precinct, and the cultural precinct with the Art Gallery of South Australia, The Museum, The Migration Museum, The Botanic Gardens, Tandanya the National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, Adelaide Central Market and the Adelaide Zoo are within 10-15 minute comfortable walking.

The congress will include opportunities for cultural tours at special rates to the Adelaide Hills to include Cleland Wildlife Park.

Adelaide, the capital city of South Australia, was named by the Lonely Planet guide as one of the top 10 must-visit cities in 2014.

Visit the following links:  AdelaideSouth Australia