Local Attractions

Kathleen Lumley College is situated in North Adelaide within easy walking distance of the University of Adelaide North Terrace Campus and Adelaide city centre.

The College is in close proximity to the popular cafe strips of Melbourne Street and O’Connell Street - Including The Lion Hotel and The Store (both in Melbourne Street).

The city’s cultural boulevard, North Terrace, is home to the South Australian Museum, the Art Gallery of South Australia and the State Library.

The College is in the vicinity of the major venues for Adelaide Arts and Cultural Festivals which include WOMADelaide, Adelaide Festival and Fringe. For those interested in sporting events KLC is near the Adelaide Oval (international cricket, rugby and Australian Rules football), Memorial Drive for tennis events, Clipsal 500 Motorsport Meeting and Tour Downunder Cycling Event.

In addition to these special events, residents can visit at their leisure, Adelaide Zoo or spend a delightful afternoon in the beautiful Botanic Gardens.

For wine lovers, there are many highly accessible wine areas in the Adelaide area, some only half an hour’s drive from the College.

The Flinders Ranges and Kangaroo Island are very popular destinations for many College residents. Groups of people often get together and organise weekend camping trips to these areas as well as the Murray River and Fleurieu Peninsula.

For more detailed information on any of the local attractions please visit the South Australian Tourism website: http://www.southaustralia.com/