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Autumn is a great time to indulge with the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival held in the city and the Grampians Grape Escape taking place just three hours west of Melbourne. For culture vultures, hit up the Melbourne Fashion Festival or the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.


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When autumn comes to Adelaide it is time to head for the Adelaide Hills. The villages and gardens throughout the hills burst with colour as leaves on deciduous trees turn yellow, orange and red. The hills are close to Adelaide, an easy 15 minute drive up the freeway gets you to one of the most popular autumn sites - the Mount Lofty Botanic.


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Autumn is one of the best times to visit Adelaide. The sunshine of summer still lingers, and the weather remains warm and pleasant. Throughout the city, the trees turn orange, golden, and red in a stunning display of colour, while the streets come to life with festivals, events, and performances. Between March and May (when


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Autumn is pretty much the perfect season. It's still warm enough to be out & about & sometimes still warm enough to visit all of the pools & water play spots we talked about in our Summer In Adelaide post! But as the leaves change colour, it does start to cool down which makes it the perfect time for some family adventures!


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Autumn is the ideal time to get outdoors as a family and enjoy everything Adelaide has to offer during this beautiful time of year. The sunny yet cooler days are perfect for visiting a wildlife park or reservoir, explore a new adventure park or nature playground, travel to the hills or down to the coast, or just get outside and enjoy the changing colours of the leaves.


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Our favourite spot to catch the autumn colours in Adelaide is the Mount Lofty Botanic Gardens, nestled in the Adelaide Hills. Here you'll find a 1.5-hour loop walk through the lush gardens, as well as plenty of spots to sit and enjoy the Piccadilly Valley views. You can also bring the picnic rug and make a day out of it. samantha.buttery


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Autumn in Adelaide is in March, April & May but it really takes until early April for the colours to really start to show. This guide will take you through all the best places in and around Adelaide to see the autumn colours.


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Diggers Adelaide also have a fully-stocked range of glorious autumn flowering perennials including salvias, sedum, dahlias and lavender; garlic ready to plant; spring flowering bulbs' vegetable and perennial flower seedlings including hollyhocks and foxgloves; indoor plants; quality garden tools and specialist garden books." Fertiliser


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The lowering sun sparkled in that peculiarly Adelaide Autumn way picking out the highlights of the colours and throwing them against a darkening background. A Wedding at Mt Lofty Botanic Gardens. And a newly wed couple - either that or they'd dressed especially for a wedding photo re-enactment - shared a quiet moment under the trees.


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Plan some outdoor activities during Easter and the April school holidays or simply make the most of family time on the weekends. 25 Things to do in Autumn 1/ Collect coloured autumn leaves and thread them on string to make a necklace, garland or decoration.


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The bustling city of Adelaide is brimming with events that excite, restaurants that inspire and beaches that make you feel at ease. What's more, Adelaide sits right at the foot of three incredible wine regions that produce both world-renowned and under-the-radar wines. So when you visit, make sure you leave enough time to experience the city.


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In autumn, the weather is pleasant with average temperatures between 12.7 - 22.7°C (55 - 73°F) and very little rainfall. The city and countryside take on a red, orange and golden hue. Winter (June - August) In winter, average temperatures drop to between 8 - 16°C (46.5 - 60.8°F), and frosts are common in the nearby Adelaide Hills.


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Adelaide in autumn can be 12.7 - 22.7 degrees Perth in autumn can be 13.7 - 26 degrees Darwin in autumn can be 22.1 - 32.7 degrees Canberra in autumn can be 3.2 - 24.5 Hobart in autumn can be 7 - 20.1 degrees (Data from Australia.com)


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Autumn light is casting a warm glow over the landscape in Adelaide. There is something altogether wonderful about crunching autumn leaves beneath your feet; that carpet of colours. An autumn walk will lift the senses. To see autumn colours at their finest, take a look at some of the best autumnal views. K1 Winery - Adelaide Hills


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The Adelaide Hills is one of Australia's prime destinations for lovers of spectacular autumn foliage! The deciduous trees, orchards and vineyards flaunt their vibrant colours from late March to May with the following favoured viewing locations traditionally peaking in mid-late April. Hahndorf Main Street Towns & Villages


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The Adelaide Hills has four very distinct seasons, each offering different experiences and reasons to visit. Settle in by the fire with a glass of red wine in a cosy B&B in winter or visit in summer to pick your own cherries and strawberries. Autumn puts on a colourful show of leaves, while spring is one of the best times to visit open gardens.