A burgeoning music and arts scene, a market with 80 different traders, home to renowned museums, a gorgeous botanic garden and a host of recreation parks and walks are just a few samples of the smorgasbord of activities you can fill your days with, in Adelaide.
Our Adelaide Property
Atira Waymouth Street is located in the heart of Adelaide, only a short walk from the CBD. Waymouth Street’s central location and close proximity to Universities, public transport and shopping centres mean you have easy access to all your day to day requirements and all the other exciting elements Adelaide has to offer.
Adelaide Education Institutions
University of Adelaide
University of South Australia
SAHMRI (South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute)
In 2017 Adelaide was named the world’s 5th most liveable city, and it is quickly becoming the lifestyle capital of Australia. With award-winning wineries, plenty of fine dining as well as cheap eats in its many laneway cafes and bars, stunning architecture, and top-shelf shopping destinations and markets, Adelaide is positively brimming with the sorts of flavour, culture, events, and entertainment that make a city world-class.
Adelaide has an extensive and easily accessible public transport system of buses, trains and trams to facilitate your commute to university and get you in and around all corners of the city.
The Best of Adelaide
Adelaide Central Market
With 80 vendors and stalls under one roof and a wide variety of fresh produce, fruit and vegetables, patisseries, cafes, gourmet cheeses, meats, and sweets, the Central Market is a food lover’s paradise.
Rundle Mall is Adelaide’s central shopping district, containing a vast array of national, international retailers, and boutiques in a network of connected arcades attached to the mall. Even if you’re only window shopping, the mall features enough stunning architecture to inspire you for hours.
Adelaide Botanic Garden
Enjoy the gorgeous and diverse range of Adelaide’s Botanic Garden, this 51-hectare beauty was originally opened in 1857, and some of the structures date back to the 19th century. A wonderfully peaceful and relaxing space, well worth a visit or two.