Adelaide - Wikipedia
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Adelaide's early economy started to get on its feet in with the arrival of livestock from VictoriaNew South Wales and Tasmania. Wool production provided an early basis for the South Australian economy. Bywheat farms had been established from Encounter Bay in the south to Clare in the north.
Gawler was recalled and replaced by George Edward Grey in Grey slashed public expenditure against heavy opposition, although its impact was negligible at this point: The city exported meat, wool, wine, fruit and wheat by the time Grey left incontrasting with a low point in when one-third of Adelaide houses were abandoned.
South Australia became a self-governing colony in with the ratification of a new constitution by the British parliament. Secret ballots were introduced, and a bicameral parliament was elected on 9 Marchby which timepeople lived in the province.
Gas street lighting was implemented inthe University of Adelaide was founded inthe South Australian Art Gallery opened in and the Happy Valley Reservoir opened in In the s Australia was affected by a severe economic depression, ending a hectic era of land booms and tumultuous expansionism.
Financial institutions in Melbourne and banks in Sydney closed. The national fertility rate fell and immigration was reduced to a trickle.
The value of South Australia's exports nearly halved. Drought and poor harvests from compounded the problems, with some families leaving for Western Australia. Only one year of deficit was recorded, but the price paid was retrenchments and lean public spending. Wine and copper were the only industries not to suffer a downturn.
Adelaide in Electric street lighting was introduced in and electric trams were transporting passengers in Crowley examined the reports of visitors in the early 20th century, noting that "many visitors to Adelaide admired the foresighted planning of its founders", as well as pondering the riches of the young city.
Its population grew, and it became the third most populous metropolitan area in the country, after Sydney and Melbourne. Its prosperity was short-lived, with the return of droughts and the Great Depression of the s. It later returned to fortune under strong government leadership. World War II brought industrial stimulus and diversification to Adelaide under the Playford Government, which advocated Adelaide as a safe place for manufacturing due to its less vulnerable location.
The South Australian Government in this period built on former wartime manufacturing industries.
International manufacturers like General Motors Holden and Chrysler  made use of these factories around Adelaide, completing its transformation from an agricultural service centre to a 20th-century city.
The Dunstan Governments of the s saw something of an Adelaide 'cultural revival',[ citation needed ] establishing a wide array of social reforms. The city became a centre of the arts, building upon the biennial " Adelaide Festival of Arts " that commenced in Adelaide hosted the Formula One Australian Grand Prix between and on a street circuit in the city's east parklands; it moved to Melbourne in Adelaide's tallest building, built inwas originally known as the State Bank Building.
In it was renamed the Santos Building and in it was renamed Westpac House. Geography[ edit ] City map of the Adelaide metropolitan area. Satellite image of Adelaide's metropolitan area. The Adelaide Hills is the green area to the right of the image. Much of Adelaide was bushland before British settlement, with some variation — sandhills, swamps and marshlands were prevalent around the coast. The loss of the sandhills to urban development had a particularly destructive effect on the coastline due to erosion.
Much of the original vegetation has been cleared with what is left to be found in reserves such as the Cleland Conservation Park and Belair National Park. A number of creeks and rivers flow through the Adelaide region.
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The largest are the Torrens and Onkaparinga catchments. Adelaide and its surrounding area is one of the most seismically active regions in Australia. Lowndes' disqualification from race one was later overturned. When a significant portion of high-profile cars retired in the first leg, the regulations were changed overnight to allow those cars to start the Sunday race. The event once again saw a last-to-first drive, with Mark Skaife winning the Sunday race after starting 38th due to a DNF on Saturday.
After winning the Saturday race, he was again in contention on Sunday until an incident with his former team-mate Skaife ended his charge.
The change followed Brad Jones 's roll-over at the previous version of the corner in among other incidents. The re-profiled corner became one of the most infamous corners in Australian motorsport with several high profile victims in the first year including Radisich and Glenn Seton. It wasn't until that a Ford driver won the event, with Marcos Ambrose winning both races, repeating the feat in Ford's turn of fate was signified by a sweep of the top four in the Saturday race of the event.
Brothers Todd Kelly and Rick Kelly won one race each across the weekend however Rick was credited with the event win for his Sunday race victory despite scoring less points in the other race.
Whincup went on to win again inand to be the most successful driver in the event's history to date. The event was, however, marred by the death of Ashley Cooper following a crash in the second-tier Fujitsu V8 Supercars Series race.
From tothe Adelaide was the opening round of the championship.
It lost this position in andwith the Yas V8 in the United Arab Emirates opening the series. FromAdelaide returned to being the opening round. Whincup had made an additional pitstop and gained enough ground to take advantage when Davison's car began to run out of fuel.