Once Adelaide’s main attraction was its religious architecture, church spires create pulse-like spikes across the skyline, but it is now mostly lauded for its arts scene. The Adelaide Festival and Fringe draw crowds of artists and spectators and keeps the artistic, gastronomic and hedonistic boundaries stretched, but the general rule is a more comfortable conservatism. The generous roads and organised grid of streets and parks is proof of the city’s careful planning which has meant it hasn’t splurged out onto the surrounding flats between the Mt. Lofty Range and the sea.
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