Adelaide & South Australia
ADELAIDE & SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Australia’s most liveable city
The city centre, surrounded by parklands is a blend of historic buildings, wide streets, parklands, cafes and restaurants. Adelaide is easy to get around with rolling hills to the east and beaches to the west.
Visit the Central Market which features a huge range of fresh food including gourmet products open daily from Tuesday to Saturday. Take a tour of the National Wine Centre of Australia and enjoy wine and winemaking from the ground up , ideal for noices and connoisseurs alike. Stroll the Botanic Gardens - one of 29 parks that form the famous parklands of Adelaide.
Beyond Adelaide city
Catch the tram to Glenelg, South Australia’s premier beach destination. Explore the Jetty Road shops, relax on the beach and dine at Holdfast Shores. Book a Temptation Sailing Cruise to swim with the dolphins.
Five minutes east of the city centre is The Parade at Norwood, it’s bursting with cosmopolitan cafés and restaurants. Taste Australia’s most famous wine, Penfold Grange, around the corner at Penfold’s Magill Estate. Visit historic Port Adelaide for museums and river cruises to see the famous dolphin sanctuary.
Long, sandy beaches, streets featuring bohemian cafés and old pubs are the perfect excuse to explore Adelaide’s metropolitan coast.