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Cycle Adelaide’s New Bike Art Trail

By Brett Pilgrim

Adelaide is building a reputation for its artistic flare and the recent installation of the city Bike Art Trail will encourage residents of real estate in Adelaide to get active in the city while appreciating outdoor artworks.

At 11 locations around the city, large innovative artistic works have been installed to create a bike trail with a number of pieces reflecting the environment and city.

The sculptures include a piece dubbed Onion Rings by Greg Healey and Gregg Mitchell on Grote Street near the Adelaide Central Market. In addition to this, Branchrack by Deb Jones and Christine Cholewa​, which is  a brass bike holder cast from a tree branch will be located at the Botanic Gardens entranceway.

Adelaide is also full of other outdoor artworks and indoor facilities such as museums, galleries and theatres where residents of property in Adelaide and visitors can immerse themselves in the creative world.

The city also hosts a number of festivals and events throughout the year to celebrate the various communities and interests of Adelaide. Every year the Adelaide and Fringe festivals are a hit with  locals and attract thousands of visitors into the city.

The council is dedicated to making Adelaide a desirable place to live with public projects such as this new Bike Art Trail, if you are interested in making this colourful city your home start your property search today.

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