The concierge had pointed us to the foothills and a conservation park called ‘Waterfall-Gully’. As the name would suggest this is the home of a few stunning waterfalls. But we arrived at the wrong time of year and could only appreciate the stunning cliffs.
Australia in general operates at a relaxed pace, and Adelaide typifies that stereotype, which is a great thing. The atmosphere is infectious and you find yourself easily settling into the pace of things.
Glenelg is where you go when you're ready for sun and sand. It has the charm of a small marina village with a town square off the main sands adorned with terraces serving bars, restaurants and coffee houses alike.