It’s our first Friday Weekend Escape for 2015, and this weekend we’re escaping to the picturesque city of Adelaide in South Australia.
Our first stop is the historic Adelaide Oval, located on the River Torrens in the city.
My husband and I spent the day with my reader friend, Jenny, and she played tour guide by showing us around her home city.
Adelaide Oval is the home of cricket in the summer and AFL during the winter months.
It’s summer in Australia and the Adelaide Oval is on my travel wish list to visit during the cricket season. The photos above were taken last year during the AFL football season.
Hubby and I are looking up at the Sir Donald Bradman Pavillion. Don Bradman was a legendary Aussie cricketer and we visited The Bradman Collection at the Adelaide Oval. Originally from New South Wales (NSW), Don Bradman played the latter part of his cricketing career for South Australia. We’ve also visited the International Cricket Hall of Fame (previously known as the Bradman Museum) in Bowral, NSW, in Don Bradman’s home town.
I hope you’ve enjoyed our visit to the Adelaide Oval. Next Friday we’re going to see a couple of cathedrals and discover why Adelaide is known as being a ‘city of churches’. Have a great weekend!