Adelaide is a stunning city - both night and day. Check it out for yourself.

Photo courtesy of Tourism Australia

Where is Adelaide?

Welcome to Adelaide

Adelaide is the capital of South Australia, and has been listed as one of the world’s most liveable cities. It is a charming and charismatic city and is home to world famous Australian wineries, festivals, parklands, art galleries and museums. Be sure you sample some of the 700 plus restaurants, cafes and pubs where you'll experience some of the best local produce.

How to get around Adelaide and surround areas

There's just so much to explore in Adelaide and the country regions. Unless you've booked all inclusive tours, consider hiring a car to explore the many fabulous towns and locations that are just outside of Adelaide. You may also need to book flights to get to more distant places such as Port Lincoln.
 
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Things to do in Adelaide

  • Take one of the many sightseeing tours of Adelaide. Tour highlights include visiting Haigh’s chocolates factory (which is an Adelaide home-grown company); a Torrens River cruise where you’ll see local landmarks such as Victoria Square, Trinity Church, Parliament House; enjoying lunch at the seaside town of Glenelg; and the Adelaide zoo.

  • Take an Adelaide central markets breakfast tour and can chat with local producers and sample local coffee beans, fruit, nuts, chocolate, yoghurt, meats and cheeses.

 Enjoy the home-grown produce at Adelaide's cafes
and restaurants. Photo courtesy of Tourism Australia
  • Take a Choco Latte walking tour of Adelaide and get a taste the city's top coffee and chocolate cafes. You will start at Haigh's Chocolates (my favourite chocolatier) and work your way down Rundle Mall, sampling and learning lots of delicious and sweet information.

  • Take a half day dolphin sightseeing cruise where a pod of wild dolphins will swim up to the boat if they're interested in playing. This is when the catarmaran stops and you get a chance to snorkel and play with these beautiful creatures. Cruise depart from Glenelg (just 15 minutes from the city).

  • Take a photography tour through Adelaide where your professional photography teacher will show you the 'tricks of the trade' to help you capture the best sights that the city of Adelaide has to offer!

  • Take a kayaking adventure to the world renowned Adelaide Dolphin Sanctuary which is home to around 30 bottlenose dolphins plus an abundance of other marine life, sea birds and sheltered mangroves.
  • Visit the Adelaide Hills which is just an hour out of Adelaide, and the perfect place to stay while you explore South Australia. The nearby town of Hahndorf is Australia’s oldest German settlement and renowned for hearty German food and great wines.
  • Visit the world famous South Australian wineries. There are more than 200 cellar doors to choose from.‚Äč