Adelaide, the fifth biggest city of Australia, is pleasant place to live. Its mains districts are the CBD (Central Business District), North Adelaide, Norwood, Unley and Glenelg. The city is nicknamed “City of Churches” because there are numbers of churches in all districts. In Adelaide, the vast majority of inhabitants live in individual house with a garden. The city is very pleasant, and a lot of restaurants have a view of the sea.
In Adelaide, the culture is very mediterranean. Adelaide is also the “Australia's education hub” and the government wants the city to become a “Learning City”.
The most famous landmarks of the city are the Adelaide Oval, the Central market, the Art Gallery of South Australia, the Adelaide Park Lands, the Adelaide Botanic Gardens, the Adelaide Zoo, the National Wine Centre of Australia, the South Australian museum, the Migration Museum and the Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute.
In Adelaide, brunch is very pleasant: with a view on the sea, no one could imagine a better place to brunch with relatives. Fortunately, almost every brunch is open every day, and also all year long!
That is why TopBrunch has selected for you the best addresses of brunches in Adelaide. Mexican, Asian or British brunch, you have a lot of choices!
Best brunches in Adelaide, Australia: this is our top!