Buxton Manor Hotel

69-73 Buxton Street, North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
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pls help!! Is Gawler a safe place to live?

by geddes14

hi..

I have juz graduated from university and will b heading to work in Gawler. This will b my first time in Adelaide. I would like to know if Gawler is a safe place to stay alone as I have heard northern surburbs are not that safe. Please recommend which places are safe to stay and new. Thanks!! =)

Re: pls help!! Is Gawler a safe place to live?

by adelaidean

Hi there..Gawler is not really northern suburbs. It is a rather large down out of Adelaide. I think that it would be fine for you to be there. It has many restaurants and pubs,schools,shopping centres,parks etc etc..It has many positive things there. The Northern suburbs on the other hand, are mainly working class suburbs where there is a fair amount of crime and not really a place that I would recommend you live. You will be fine! What will you be doing there?

Travel Tips for Adelaide

Nesting Rainbow Lorikeets

by hennanights

Rainbow lorikeets nest in the hallows of gum trees. About 80 ft above the ground. The eggs of the Rainbow Lorikeet are laid on chewed, decayed wood. They compete with other parrots, particularly with rosellas, for nest sites. They are a very aggressive bird and invariably win. Both sexes prepare the nest cavity and feed the young, but only the female incubates the eggs. Their young leave the nesting hollow for the first time after 7-8 weeks but return to the nest to roost for a short time. Afterwards the young bird will join other unmated birds in the communal roost so that the parents can have new babies. After two years these young birds have reached sexual maturity and will in turn find a mate and have a family of their own. They can live for about 20 years.

August in Adelaide

by arianne_1504

A real chill in the air; some rain showers. Bring a warm jacket, beanie and scarf and warm shoes. An umbrella will be helpful too. Make sure you pack your camera if you intend on visiting Monarto Zoo.

Adelaide Hills Wineries

by kelyeah

Adelaide Hills
The Adelaide Hills not only boasts some of Australia's most beautiful scenery, but is also one of the oldest wine regions in this country. The predominant wines produced here are Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonney. Also to be found here are award winning restaurants, quaint hotels and B&Bs.The wineries listed below are scattered throughout the Adelaide Hills with most having open cellar doors, winery tours and tastings.

Arranmore Vineyard
Rangeview Road, Carey Gully +61 (0)8 8390 3034

Ashton Hills Vineyard
Tregarthen Road, Ashton +61 (0)8 8390 1243

Bendbrook Wines
Pound Road, Macclesfield +61 (0)8 8388 9773

Bird in Hand Winery
Corner Bird in Hand and Pfieffer Roads, Woodside +61 (0)8 8389 9488

Chain of Ponds Wines
Main Adelaide Road, Gumeracha +61 (0)8 8389 1415

Hahndorf Hill Winery
Lot 10 Pains Road, Hahndorf +61 (0)8 8388 7512

Leabrook Estate
Adelaide-Lobethal Road, Lobethal +61 (0)8 8331 7150

Mt Lofty Ranges Vineyard
Harris Road, Lenswood +61 (0)8 8389 8339

Nepenthe Wines
Jones Road, Balhannah +61 (0)8 8388 4439

Shaw and Smith
Lot 4 Jones Road, Balhannah +61 (0)8 8398 0500

The Central Market

by dlandt about Markets.

The central Market is quite literally a huge market where nearly anything can be purchased. Its so big you could get lost. Come hungry, there's lots of good window food. You can get anything to eat, and there is a huge section devoted to asian cooking of one stripe or another. The stalls in the market sell everything from toys to food to freshly baked goods. You can get seafood with the tails twitching, meat that had breakfast that morning, and a lot of specialty mustards and jams. The market is loosely divided into categories, so in one section, you might find people selling clothes, in another, music, yet another row might sell collectibles. I don't think you'll save a whole lot of money here, but for food you will generally get a slightly higher quality for the same money. prices seemed more or less in line with other stores, but the merchandise was fresher, or hand crafted.

Probably with the politest bus...

by lupercalia

Probably with the politest bus drivers in Australia, Adelaide's bus system is the backbone for public transport.
The trains are however in sore need of an upgrade. Still stuck with diesel, TransAdelaide need to take a note out of every other modern cities book and swap to electrical trains. Adelaide's 'Central Station' itself is one-of-a-kind - there are currently no automatic ticket barriers (you have to show yr ticket to a guard before being allowed through the gates). Seems a terrible waste of time for a city that in so many other ways seems to be 'up with the times'.

Ticket prices are cheap, and with no set 'zones' you can travel from Noarlunga through to Elizabeth on the one ticket (provided you can fit the trip within the two hour time limit for each ticket). They work on buses, trains and trams.

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