Rundle Mall, Adelaide

Rundle Mall, originally uploaded by gypsy woman1.

This is the heart of Adelaide’s CBD. A green, leafy, inviting place to wander along listening to the buskers or sit and people watch, one of our favourite past times, and Adelaide is a rich mixture of nationalities. We found out that the reason migrants come here is that they are encouraged to choose South Australia as they are given 5 extra points and need fewer points to settle here rather than go to the eastern states.

It is rich in dress and different cultures. The historic architecture is well-preserved and the houses in suburbia are solid stone or brick cottage style in their own sections.

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