La Loft Apartments Unley

3/86 Charles Street, Unley, Adelaide, 5061, Australia
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Please Help

by barnit

Hy All
This is Nitin from Chandigarh India.I have my recieved SIR Visa approval letter.But there is a recent development that i am getting married now.As my Visa has already come and i want to take my wife along with me.
So please advise me how to go further,is it possible to take her on tourist Visa and apply for her immigration in australia.
As applying for her visa now in India would again take a long process.It would be a great help if someone could help me in this regard.
waiting for an early reply


Thanks

Nitin

Re: Please Help

by Purpleshade

You cannot apply for a residency visa while you are in Australia, you have to get it before you arrive.
If you have been granted a visa, your wife should automatically be granted one too, but you need to get it before you come here.
Lesley

Travel Tips for Adelaide

Tranquil River Torrens and Elder park.

by hennanights

The River Torrens runs through the centre of the city. The park on either of its sides is known as Elder park. The river itself stretches from a small town in the Adelaide Hills called Mount Pleasant all the way to the ocean at West Beach. But in the city, within walking distance from each other, there are two major tourist spots you might want to visit. The Festival Theatre which sits on the banks of the Torrens and at the other end of the park lands the Adelaide zoo. What stretches in between is some lovely manicured gardens, water fountains, our historical rotunda erected in 1882, heritage buildings and some wonderful bird life. You can get from one point to the other on the little tourist boat "The Popeye" or you can also hire paddle-boats and bicycles.
The park has several rowing clubs that use the river. Its common to see them out on the water in the early morning hours.
Elder park hosts many events throughout the year. Check local papers for events such as Schutzenfest, the Indian Melia festival, Symphony Under The Stars, outdoor concerts and at Christmas time a large public carols by candle light.
The Elder family, after whom the park is named were early settlers.
Elder park has a kiosk and public toliets. They are located on the southern end of Elder Park in the Adelaide Festival Centre.

Clothing and what to wear

by dmirebella

While SA continues the Australian theme of casualness in its dress habits, it does boast a fine sense of style. A better quality of clothing can be found amongst its residents. Again, dress for the season. In summer the weather can suddenly turn cool, so a jacket of some sort is essential. In winter you need to dress accordingly, especially to protect against the wind. Boots during the winter, open toed can be used for summer where the it can hit up to 40'.

Morialta Conservation Park

by adelaidean

Very close to the city of Adelaide, on the eastern side, at the base of the Adelaide foothills, is a beautiful little spot. This is Morialta Conservation Park. He you can spend the day, having a picnic at one of the charming little spots.
A walk to the First Falls is a must. The walking track meanders its way up to the falls, passing over Fourth Creek quite a few times. On the way to the falls, you can climb up to the Giant Caves... I remember going there as a school girl, my whole class fitting into the cave.
The falls are spectacular after a heavy rain. Thats the best time to go.
For the more adventurous, there is rock climbing. This is done of Norton Summit Road.
Do be careful, as many people have had to be rescued.

Harbour Town

by Winged about Harbour Town

Harbour Town is one of Adelaide's newest shopping destinations and specialises in outlet stores - mostly retail chains selling products at cheaper-than-usual prices. There are quite a few clothes and shoe shops, but also stores selling a variety of other things like homewares, books, bags, etc.

If you're lucky you can find some nice bargains. I've found it can be a bit hit-and-miss - for example there are lots of fairly ugly clothes - but sometimes you will find good things.

The nicest thing about Harbour Town, apart from the prices, is that it is outdoors; they've built a 'street' of shops facing each other but the path between them is not roofed in. It's right next to the airport.

The Indian Pacific

by bijo69

The Indian Pacific passes Adelaide on its 4352 km long journey from Sydney to Perth.
I took the train from Adelaide to Kalgoorlie and enjoyed the trip a lot. Just had a place in the "cheap" seater section, but it was comfy enough for me. There's a lot of legroom, the seats do recline and there's even a shower in the carriage!
I had to change the date on my ticket and was pleasantly surprised that it was done without any problems nor a fee!
Before buying your ticket, get a YHA (Youth Hostel Association)card. It saved me 50%!
The train departs from Keswick Station which is a bit out of town.

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