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North Adelaide

Adelaide Oval

This is a venue for cricket fans, is one of the most beautiful and picturesque cricket grounds in the world,and is home of the South Australia's cricket team, the West End Redbacks. The museum hosts memorabilia for cricket and also for other sports as football.

Bonython Park

Bonython Park is situated in the West Parklands, to the north-western side of the River Torrens bordered by Port Road. You visit this park with your family, there are junior playgrounds for kids, a boating lake which is used by model and sailing boat enthusiasts and you can relax having a picnic there.

Montefiore Park

This park is a really very beautiful space where you can take a walk and enjoy the green of its area, is on the north of the Torrens River, in Montefiore Park is a bronze statue of Colonel William Light named the Lights Vision, founder and designer of the town.

St Peter's Cathedral

This cathedral has a french gothic architecture style, was founded on 29th June 1869 (St Peter's day), and is very famous for its romantic cathedral organ, its bells and the wonderful stained glass window.

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