1. Adelaide Skyshow 2010


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    Skyshow is a fireworks spectacular which was launched over Adelaide this year as part of the Clipsal 500 V8 Supercar carnival. Skyshow used to be a yearly event until 2006 and is again presented by radio station 107.1 SAFM. Over 200,000 people watch this event from vantage points all over the city. The actual fireworks show itself is set to music broadcast over the radio. For copyright reasons, I have re-edited a highlights package and set it to some creative commons licensed music for presentation on the Internet. The music is by "Endorphine", and is called "Nova 2". It is available from http://www.jamendo.com/en/album/54064 This video is released under a creative-commons distribution license as creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.5/au

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    • Adelaide's Northern Lights Festival


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      Adelaide's annual light festival is highlighted in this show

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      • Adelaide - South Australia


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        Scenes from Adelaide, the Capital city of South Australia. A city of churches, culture, entertainment and fun.

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        • Adelaide, South Australia storm timelapse 8-7-14


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          Timelapse of a storm rolling in through Adelaide, South Australia on the 8th July 2014

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          • Adelaide 1000 Step Discoveries - Art Culture


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            Brought to you by http://www.southaustralia.com as part of the Through Local Eyes film project. Adelaide city through the eyes of filmmaker Dan Peters and producers Natalia Totsikas and Callie Rose of PPR Adelaide. Recently listed in Lonely Planet’s Best of Travel 2014 publication, Adelaide is a city getting a lot of buzz. And deservedly so! It’s quickly gaining a reputation as one of the world’s great smaller cities. Being a smaller city has some great perks for visitors, in that there is such a wealth of diverse experiences within such close proximity to each other. This series, Adelaide 1000 Step Discoveries, celebrates our small and nimble, yet eclectic and unexpected city, showing just how much you do within just 1000 steps. Venues featured in this film include: The Art Gallery of South Australia - http://www.artgallery.sa.gov.au/agsa/home Tooth and Nail Gallery - https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tooth-and-Nail/301800913169545 Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute http://www.tandanya.com.au/ Hey Jupiter (cafe) - https://www.facebook.com/heyjupitercafe Council of Objects - http://www.councilofobjects.com.au/ Second Nature Pop Up Store - https://www.facebook.com/events/622331491164772/?ref=22 Espionage Gallery - http://espionage-gallery.com/ For more information on Adelaide visit: http://www.southaustralia.com/regions/adelaide-city.aspx The Adelaide 1000 Step series also includes films related to: Street Food - https://vimeo.com/84545364 Family Fun Day - https://vimeo.com/84545366 Business to Play - https://vimeo.com/84545367

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            • Adelaide Sustainable Building Network


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              Adelaide and Sustainable Building Network Adelaide based not-for profit organisation which advocates the uptake of sustainable and ecologically beneficial practices within all industries linked to the built environment. Email - info@adelaidesbn.com.au Web - adelaidebsn.com.au Follow us on Facebook.

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              • Adelaide Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia


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                http://www.expedia.com/Adelaide-and-vicinity.d6051330.Destination-Travel-Guides Adelaide is the capital of South Australia and is situated close to the Great Southern Ocean. It is a compact beachside city that is full of churches, stone buildings and beautiful parklands. This picturesque city is unusual amongst Australian cities in that it was founded by free settlers, not convicts. Those early founders put a lot of passion into creating a better life for themselves even though they were many thousands of miles from home. Because of that history, Adelaide has a unique sense of refinement and beauty. One of the most popular places to visit is Victoria Square which is right in the heart of the city. From here, it is easy to wander along the North Terrace District and admire the graceful buildings and museums which echo with stories from the past. At the South Australian Museum, visitors can learn about the rich cultures that were in the area before the Europeans arrived. Another great place to visit is the Art Gallery of South Australia where visitors can enjoy the extensive collections of Australian and International Art. Don’t miss the legendary Adelaide Oval which many claim to be one of the most beautiful cricket grounds in the world. Adelaide is also well known as a gateway to the famous Barossa and Clair Valleys which are a food and wine lovers paradise. Many of the early settlers to this area were German and they brought with them grapes from their homeland.The area is now well-known for producing outstanding shiraz and reisling. While you are in the area, stop at any of the many wineries for a wine tasting or to enjoy a meal using fine local produce. Adelaide is an old world city that attracts visitors for its elegance and romance.

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                • Adelaide Velo City Global 2014


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                  A promo video made for Adelaide City Council about the upcoming Adelaide Velo City Global event in 2014.

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                  • Adelaide Writers' Week 2014: Adriaan Van Dis


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                    Adelaide Writers’ Week director Laura Kroetsch introduces the AWW authors for 2014. Cinematographer: Shane Reid Editor: Chris Kellett Sound Recordist: Lachlan Coles Produced by the Adelaide Festival Special thanks to: State Library of South Australia

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                    • Adelaide Writers' Week 2014: Alexander McCall Smith


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                      Adelaide Writers’ Week director Laura Kroetsch introduces the AWW authors for 2014. Cinematographer: Shane Reid Editor: Chris Kellett Sound Recordist: Leigh Kenyon Produced by the Adelaide Festival Special thanks to: Santos Museum of Economic Botany

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