After a month working in the Victoria bush, I set off again on the roads to Perth. First stop: Adelaide.
The silo road
On the road to Adelaide, I stopped to see the graphical silos. To energize the bush and create tourism, some silos was graphed, it’s really impressive !
I had already gone to see that of Patchewollock during a day of vacation. And of course the one in Lascelles where I worked.
I then went down the road to Rosebery, then Brim.
It was not necessarily on my direct route but I made the hook to see that of Sheep Hills (My favorite) and finally that of Rupanyup.
On the way to Adelaide I stopped to see that of Coonalpyn which I also liked.
And I took the opportunity to take some pictures of local birds ;).
I only stayed one day because it was not necessarily my goal to spend time in town. Before arriving there the locals said to me “Adelaide it’s nice it’s a small town, people say hello”. And I could not help saying to myself “er yeah I live in Paris and I like it so good it’s not really my criterion of choice 😅”.
In short, I stayed at the YHA by renting a parking space just behind (via the hostel). It is quite central so you can have a drink or eat on foot. But I didn’t get any more hooked than that on the city, I arrived on a Monday evening, everything was deserted (see a little gloomy) in the main streets to find food…
And of course as everywhere you can find some graphs!
Adelaide Botanical Garden
It’s my only city tour actually. I needed to rest a little and the parking being expensive I limited my trips. The greenery is very nice for a break unfortunately we hear too much the noises of the city (nothing to do with the Melbourne garden!).
I could observe lots of birds too for my greatest happiness!