About Adelaide

As the 5th most populous city of Australia, Adelaide is known as the capital city of South Australia and is otherwise referred to as Greater Adelaide. Adelaide was founded in the year 1836 for the purpose of freely-settled Britishers back then and hence named after Queen Adelaide. In fact, Adelaide is now a site for both public and private institutions that are mainly concentrated in the centre of the city. Also, Adelaide is famously known for its sporting events and festivals.

History Of Adelaide

As mentioned above, Adelaide is named after Queen Adelaide, it was officially done in the 19th century in the province of the Britishers. In fact, Adelaide was mainly planned as a colony for promising civil liberties and free immigrants. During the 20th century, Adelaide became the 3rd largest city in Australia and this is when electric street lights were introduced. A point to be noted is that World War II brought major industrial stimulus because of its safer environment.



There is a wide range of amenities Adelaide has to offer to its population and one of the vital amenities is education. In addition to this, Adelaide has many famous amenities when it comes to sporting, teaching, attractions like parks and cost-effective hotels. Also, Adelaide Airport has modern passenger amenities that provide the full-range services that are expected by most travelers. This city also became famous for its amenities in currency exchange, shopping, dining, banking, and internet access.


Adelaide has hot and dry summers with additional cool winters and moderate rainfall its climate. In winter months, most of the precipitation falls leading to a different classification known as “cold monsoon” in Adelaide. The climatic temperature during summer typically varies from 8°C and 10°C and extreme temperature ranges from -4°C. The city has unreliable rainfall that is infrequent throughout summer and in contrast, winters are highly reliable for its rainfall.

Urban Structure

The layout of Adelaide was designed by Colonel William Light, who was the first Surveyor General of South Australia, and the design is referred to as “Light’s Vision”. In the minds of early settlers of Adelaide and South Australia’s governor, it was an unpopular city because of William Light’s site location. It was arranged in a grid with 5 sqm in Adelaide Parklands surrounding the city and city centre. However, because of Light’s design, Adelaide had multi-lane roads from the very start of city design implementation.


In a forecast for the population in the year 2022, Adelaide has shown its count to 1.3 million residents and is the 5th most populated city in South Australia. In fact, this population count accounts for 75% of South Australia and is observed to be 5.5% of the total Australian population. In another census, the overall population might increase to 48,373 by 2041 with an increase of 69.11%. This calculation is done on the basis of the average growth rate in Adelaide, that is, 2.037% since 2011.


Because of the British province back then, Adelaide deeply ingrained its English culture and became one of the attraction spots in South Australia. In fact, Adelaide has been well-known for its vibrant, diverse, and authentic cultural experiences for centuries. From social customs to language, Adelaide has a rich heritage of embracing everything with open arms. It is also a home place for a creative culture known as electric street art and this made the residents deeply ingrained with the culture.

Council Areas

The largest government of South Australia is made up of 68 councils in total one of which is Adelaide Plains Council. The Adelaide Plains Council consists of large rural regions and approximately covers a total of 932.1 km² and the council seat lies at Mallala. It consists of council areas such as Middle Beach, Lewiston, Dublin, Calomba, Two Wells, Parham, Korunye, Windsor, etc. Adelaide Plains Council also covers part of Grace Plains, Reeves Plains, Barabba, Wild Horse Plains, and Long Plains.

David’s Dead Animal Removal In Adelaide- Since 1995

Starting back in 1995, David’s Dead Animal Removal had 25+ years of journey with its clients in Adelaide making their lives better. With such a business history, we became Adelaide’s number-one choice not just for dead animal removal services but also for others. Like, as dead possum removal, dead rodent and pet removal, dead bird and pet removal, and dead cat and dog removal. In fact, we have different strategies on how to safely give them a burial. 

Primarily serving in Melbourne, we started the company with just 3 members which is now a house of more than that. In order to not leave the potential threats behind, we sanitize the area of dead animals after we complete the service. Because our main priority is to prove our capability and worthiness to our clients so that we can accurately identify the dead animal source; as well as remove them with ease. 

Readily Available Dead Animal Removal And Rescue Team- Call Adelaide Professionals

  • Team- We are a local team of experts that are always available on weekends too if our clients are looking for dead animal removal. Readily on the run, our dead animal removalists reach your location in a timely fashion and promptly complete the job. In fact, our licensed team is available for both residential and commercial clients. 
  • Skills- As a company with 25+ years of experience in dead animal removal services, in a period of working, we gained several skills. We are skillful in removing dead animals from walls, ceilings, rooftops, subfloors, and more. In addition to this, we also have excellent skills in Inspecting an area to find dead animals even in hidden and dark areas. 
  • Certification- Our dead animal removal Adelaide team collects carcasses from the public as well as private places. SA council authorities have certified us and this in turn made us a reputable company in Adelaide. Therefore, you can rest assured that hire our certified and reliable dead animal removalists.

Business Hours and Operations 

  • Sunday         – Open 24 hours
  • Monday        – Open 24 hours
  • Tuesday       – Open 24 hours
  • Wednesday  – Open 24 hours
  • Thursday      – Open 24 hours
  • Friday           – Open 24 hours
  • Saturday       – Open 24 hours

Resources: More Interesting Facts About Adelaide 

In December 2015, Adelaide became an important part of the “UNESCO Creative Cities Network” because of its music. Also, Adelaide, today is recognised as the wine capital of the world and nicknamed as ’20 minutes city’ because of the excellent links of transport.