It is located on the shores of the Saint Vincent Gulf in southern Australia.
The climate of Adelaide is very similar to countries located in the Mediterranean, with cold and humid winters and dry and mild summers.
The hottest and driest months are January and February, and June and July are the coldest and wettest. The rains in the city are determined by cold fronts, which get stronger and stronger as winter approaches, causing more cloudy and rainy days. At the same time, polar air masses coming from the south also result in many days of overcast, but dry days.
1.5 million people
Sulisbury; Elizabeth; Mount Barker; Gawler; Murray Bridge; Port Pirie; Whyalla; Renmark; Peterborough; Port Neil; Victor Harbor; Mount Gambier
Adelaide is the capital of South Australia. It has 1 203 873 inhabitants, being the fifth most populated city of Australia.
Today Adelaide is noted for its rich cuulture many festivals and sporting events, it has great food and wine due to the climate which all add to it being a great study abroad option.