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The historic 53,500-seat Adelaide Oval is one of the most revered cricket grounds in the world and also plays host to football, soccer and concerts. The oval’s redevelopment in 2014 was awarded the highest accolade for architecture in Australia.
Adelaide's new hospital (or RAH as it is commonly known) is the single largest infrastructure project in the state's history and incorporates cutting-edge health care. The adjacent SAHMRI is a flagship world-class health and medical research facility.
The Central Market is one of Australia's finest fresh produce markets and a must-stop place to shop for residents and visitors alike. A magnet for food lovers, its vibrant atmosphere is also responsible for attracting more than eight million visitors a year.
Adelaide is fast becoming a serious culinary hotspot, with everything from casual cafes and bistros to swish high-end eateries. This part of the city also houses some of the best small bar venues in the square mile, for relaxed social gatherings, an after-work drink or sustenance before a show.
The River Torrens is the scenic backdrop for this entertainment and hospitality strip, home to the Convention Centre, Festival Centre, SkyCity Casino and a cluster of hotels. The precinct links to the Adelaide Oval via a footbridge spanning the River Torrens.
Adelaide's famed cultural and educational places can be found dotted along this classic 19th century leafy boulevard, with its lineup of Parliament House Government House, State Library, Art Gallery, Museum, University of Adelaide and Botanic Gardens.
Rundle Mall starts at the Beehive Corner, with its Gothic heritage building. Rundle Mall is Adelaide’s main shopping promenade, a long pedestrian artery and home to the city's department stores. Specialist and funky designer shops, restaurants and bars continue east on Rundle Street.