In amazingly liveable Adelaide, everything is within twenty minutes reach. This region’s brilliant blend of beaches, acclaimed vineyards and wide open urban spaces creates a buzz of excitement that lingers long in its café culture lifestyle and love of all things festival.
The Art Gallery of South Australia has one of the finest collections of Australian colonial art in the nation. Aboriginal culture is part of the experience of a visit to the museum.
National Wine Centre
Perfect place to learn the story of wine in South Australia, and also to test the products.
Adelaide Central Market
Features a wide array of fresh produce, the largest undercover market in the southern hemisphere.
Haigh’s Chocolates Visitors Centre
Tours of the factory with its heritage displays are free.
South Australian Maritime Museum
Right in Port Adelaide’s historic heart, the museum is regarded as one of the best in the world. Exhibits include the tug Yelta and the launch Archie Badenoch.
Seaside resort with restaurants, a great beach and jetty. Catch the tram from the city.
Tours of the prettiest cricket ground in the world offer the chance to learn the story of Australia’s greatest cricketer, Sir Donald Bradman.
A must for shopaholics
Rundle Mall is the heartbeat of Adelaide with three major department stores, 15 arcades and more than 800 retailers. For Discount Fashion Outlets travel to Glenelg and Harbour Town.
Housed in the historic remains of Adelaide’s Destitute Asylum. Explore South Australia’s history and cultural diversity.
Stroll in the Park
Adelaide is a city of gardens.