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Places to stay in Adelaide + a few tips

We stayed at four different places in Adelaide as it was our base between all of our tours. We decided to change every time to get to see as much of the city as possible.
1. Shakespeare International Backpackers
- central, close to the market and China Town.
- very noisy because the TV was always on loud even when nobody was watching it, and the walls were very thin.
- the kitchen was okay, clean-ish but not very well equipped.
- there were a few lockers in the room.
- the cleaned the rooms by vaccuuming the areas with nothing on the floor, changing the bin and spraying some air freshener.
- $2 breakfast and $4/h wifi.
2. Backpack Oz
- about 10 minutes from the centre.
- pretty clean.
- the kitchen was equipped with a kind of tap for boiling water - golden star.
- the showers were pretty clean and there was one downstairs that was massive with a toilette as well.
- FREE wifi and FREE breakfast!
3. The Wright Lodge
- a 2-star hotel where we payed to stay in a private room with an ensuite bathroom.
- no real luggage storing.
- no breakfast but there was a fridge in our room and there was free tea and coffee with milk and sugar.
- FREE wifi.
- close to the centre.
- when we turned our lights of the lights from the room above shone through the ceiling so it was difficult to sleep until they'd turned theirs off.
4. Adelaide Backpackers Inn
- quite close to the centre.
- FREE washing powder to the $4 washing machine.
- FREE milk with the tea and coffee all day but it was almost always finished, no breakfast included.
- reception was across the road so there was nobody there to check that the kitchen was cleaned properly, which it wasn't. SO MESSY!
- Good showers.
- FREE wifi.
- the 6-share mixed room was so tiny that there wasn't really room for our bag


- Take the tram from Victoria Square to the beach in Glenelg. It's $5 each way and you can pay onboard in coins or with your card.
- If you have a car - visit Gorge Wildlife park in Cuddlee Creek.
- If you don't have a car - take the bus from the centre (pay on board) to the small village of Crafers, change buses and go to Cleland Wildlife Park. Make sure you find out when the buses go from Crafers as there are only two that go a day!
- Visit the Central Market and eat cheap food and buy cheaper vegetables than in Coles and Woolworths. Eat breakfast at Lamb spit BBQ!
- Go on a free tour at Haigh's chocolate factory.
- Share a coffee outside and use the free wifi that is available in most places.

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