Adelaide

Adelaide Attractions

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Adelaide Botanic Gardens

Stroll, jog or find yourself a grassy patch to read a book in the splendid, city-fringe Adelaide Botanic Garden, established in the 1850s. Highlights here ...  Read more

Adelaide Central Market

Remember the days of buying your fresh fruit and vegetables direct from the people who grow it? The thrill of bargaining, and buying according to what's in ...  Read more

Adelaide Oval

People come to America to watch baseball and they go to Australia to watch cricket. The Adelaide Oval, located in the parklands between city center and North ...  Read more

Adelaide Zoo

Around 1,800 exotic and native mammals, birds, reptiles and fish reside at the 8-hectare Adelaide Zoo, comprising 300 species. Major attractions include the ...  Read more

Art Gallery of South Australia

Established in 1881, and housed in this lovely historic building in the city centre since 1900, the superb Art Gallery of South Australia represents all the ...  Read more

Barossa Valley

The Barossa Valley is world-renowned as a wine producing region. Northeast of Adelaide in South Australia, it was first settled by European immigrants in the ...  Read more

Cleland Wildlife Park

The Cleland Wildlife Park is best known for its koala experience, which gives visitors the unique opportunity to snuggle up with one of the country’s cutest ...  Read more

Cockle Train

This iconic railway line is the oldest steel railed railway in the country. It was constructed in 1887 to serve as a passageway between River Murray and ...  Read more

Eyre Peninsula

Considering the fact that the Eyre Peninsula is known as Australia’s seafood frontier and is home to 1,200 miles (2,000 km) of coastline, it’s little surprise ...  Read more

Glen Forest Tourist Park

Glen Forest Tourist Park is a 400-acre outdoor playground with activities for the entire family. The main attractions are of the four-legged variety; ...  Read more

Granite Island

This small island, just a short walk from Victor Harbor, gets its name from the huge granite boulders that dot its landscape. Its exceptionally strong ...  Read more

Haigh’s Chocolates

When most people think of chocolate they think European. Belgium, Switzerland—these are nations known for creating smooth and creamy pure cocoa treats. But ...  Read more

Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island is a bit of paradise off the coast of South Australia. 96 miles (155 km) in length with a population of just 4,400 people, it is an unspoiled ...  Read more

McLaren Vale Wineries

McLaren Vale is an area just outside Adelaide towards the coast which is renowned for the wine it produces. With 76 cellar doors to visit, it's worth spending ...  Read more

Migration Museum

Present-day Australia is a country based on immigration. This fascinating and unmissable museum tells the stories of the migrants who came from all over the ...  Read more

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