Get to know Adelaide like a local
Moving to Adelaide for the first time can be daunting. As with any other big move, there are so many questions to consider, from where to get your groceries from to where the best Sunday brunch place is.
The last thing you want to be worrying about on top of all this is finding a suitable place to rent or buy, so why not take the burden off your shoulders by moving into long term accommodation?
When you Live@Mantra, you'll have all the comforts of home with furnished apartments, personalised service and discounted internet and parking rates to help you settle in. You'll also receive a list of 28 Local Secrets that will tell you everything you need to know to get settled into Adelaide.
Mantra on Frome is located right in the city on Frome Street, the perfect base for you to explore your new home.
"When you stay in long term accommodation with Mantra for a month or more, you'll get a welcome pack of groceries to help you ease into your first week on the job - but if you want to explore the local produce for yourself, the Adelaide Central Markets are the place to be.
If you're looking for a place to get a quick and tasty breakfast on your way to work, SQ Restaurant is just down the road and offers some great coffee, muffins and buffet breakfast options.
When you stay in long term accommodation with Mantra for a month or more, you'll get a welcome pack of groceries to help you ease into your first week on the job - but if you want to explore the local produce for yourself, the Adelaide Central Markets are the place to be.
The markets are full of the freshest produce sourced directly from suppliers, growers and wholesale markets in the area, and you could easily spend hours browsing all the stalls and displays!
You might want to leave yourself some room, however, as Haigh's Chocolates - the oldest family-owned chocolate manufacturer in the country - have a delightful store in Rundle Mall, within easy walking distance from your Mantra accommodation.
This was the original retail store for the company and has been housed in the historic Beehive Corner building since 1915, so you'll definitely want to stop by for a slice of chocolate and history.