It is the cosmopolitan coastal capital of Australia in the south; it is famous for hosting festivals, delicious food, and prime wine districts are very close taking just a short drive from downtown. The restaurants which are popular for their nice food with a packed events calendar can make you find every time something unusual in this city.
Adelaide is a place which is nice to study at its universities while discovering about student’s amount of money, as the city is one of the places in Australia where students can bear the burdens of living expenses when talking about costs of different commodities.
The rent is affordable which is about 50 % is less than Sydney. The rent costs are not the same, but, on average, the cost of rent could be between AUS$ 220 – 600 for each week for a room in a share residency.
The city was established in 1836 having an area of 3,260 km2, and a population estimated at 1,800 depending on 2018 statistics. It is the safest city to live in according to recent world research in having the lowest criminal acts rated at 2400 incidents for 100,000 capita, which is obviously lower than the next capital city, Hobart which occupies the fourth place in this regard.
2016 research had proved that English Chinese and Australian ancestries are the three largest nationalities in the city of Adelaide, so the ethnic background and cultural heritage of an individual are related to these three generations as defined by Ancestry.
Adelaide is a German given name to the city of English form which came from the Ancient High German Adelaide, which means “noble nature”. The new form is Adel Heid, popularly Adelaide which was the first name of Queen Adelaide, after the same name lots of districts in the past British Empire were known.