Adelaide appears to be a popular spot of late, with the PPR Adelaide office producing a four-part film series that highlights the joys and wonders of the capital’s CBD.
As part of the South Australian Tourism Commission’s (SATC), Through Local Eyes project, the Adelaide 1000 steps films have been launched on YouTube and southaustralia.com.au to support the recent TVC promoting Adelaide, Breathe.
The films were produced by PPR and captured by local filmmaker, Dan Peters with each film featuring a different area; art culture, street food, family activities and business to play.
You get to see some of the well-known places around Adelaide that are within walking distance of the CBD, such as the Adelaide Zoo, Museum, art gallery and the central markets.
“The films are a great way for people interstate who may not know much about Adelaide to see some of the accessible experiences we have here in Adelaide city,” Emma Fletcher, acting marketing director at the South Australian Tourism Commission, said.
“Being a smaller, accessible city has so many perks for tourists, allowing them to take their time and truly immerse themselves in the local culture and of course our food and wine, without the hustle and bustle, traffic and congestion that bigger cities often bring.”
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