Adelaide is the capital city of South Australia and home to the Kaurna Aboriginal people.
Founded in 1836, a unique location was sought by Colonel William Light for the City of Adelaide. His survey advised for the city to be nestled between the Mount Lofty Ranges and Gulf St Vincent, along the banks of the River Torrens.
In a planned grid layout the city utilises large public spaces and is surrounded entirely by parklands. The city prides itself on its historic building heritage, gourmet food and wine offerings and vibrant festival and arts scene.
Adelaide offers all the advantages of a cosmopolitan city on a manageable scale. The climate, ease of access, affordable entertainment, high-quality accommodation, outstanding dining and excellent shopping, are among some of the many attractions that draw people to visit the City of Adelaide.
The perfect destination for business, relaxation and enjoyment, visitors will be enticed to spend time explorihttp://southaustralia.com/enng Adelaide to seek out the many hidden gems.
For those interested in extending their visit to Adelaide pre or post conference, the pristine beaches, unique holiday destinations and world-renowned wineries are all within easy reach.
Adelaide enjoys a predictable ‘Mediterranean style’ climate with warm, dry summers and mild winters punctuated with occasional rain. It is Australia’s driest capital city with only a few millimetres of rain falling in Adelaide during the summer period.
For the months of September and October, Spring weather will produce mild days and cool nights with temperatures ranging between 9°C to 22°C.
At the time of the ASILE 2016 conference you can expect cool to mild Spring temperatures.
For more details on weather please visit the Bureau of Meteorology website.