Adelaide, city in southern Australia, the capital and boss city of the province of South Australia. Arranged on the Torrens River close to the Gulf Saint Vincent (an arm of the Indian Ocean), Adelaide is a cutting edge city of expansive boulevards, huge squares, and broad parks. Fabricates incorporate electronic and engine vehicle gear, hardware, synthetic concoctions, materials, and plastic merchandise. Transportation offices are at adjacent Port Adelaide. Outstanding focal points in Adelaide incorporate the Adelaide Festival Center complex (site of a biennial expressions celebration that started in 1960), the Botanic Gardens, Government House, the Natural History Museum, the National Gallery of South Australia, and the church buildings of Saint Peter (Anglican) and Saint Francis Xavier (Roman Catholic). The University of Adelaide (1874) and the University of South Australia (1991) are here.
Adelaide was established in 1836 and named for the associate of William IV, at that point the British lord. It was structured and overviewed in 1837 by Colonel William Light and in 1840 was fused as a district. The people group before long created as the main outlet for the farming of the lower Murray River valley. It accomplished city status in 1919.
Adelaide has a sweltering summer Mediterranean atmosphere in Kent Town, and has a chilly semi-parched atmosphere in Adelaide Airport. The normal ocean temperature ranges from 13.7 °C (56.7 °F) in August to 21.2 °C (70.2 °F) in February.