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  • Port Dock Brewery

    A working brewery with historic cellars & tap room. Enjoy beer tastings with quality food at great prices.

  • Norwood

    Visit one of Adelaide's most popular shopping & dining destinations, located just 5 minutes from Adelaide CBD.

  • Penfolds Magill Estate

    Be part of a fifty minute tour of the historical Magill Estate Winery and relive the grandeur of this world renowned Australian establishment.

Adelaide -
Festivals and food. Arts and culture. Shopping and sports. This is Adelaide - the city where there's always something on. Explore Glenelg beach, Adelaide central markets and the shopping hub of Norwood. Visit the Adelaide Botanic Gardens to see the only giant panda's in the Southern Hemisphere, or start with the perfect introduction to wine at the National Wine Centre of Australia. Adelaide's location makes it a great base for your South Australian holiday as many of the key destinations and wine regions are easily accessible from the city. It is a center for art, festivals and wine and provides a brilliant blend of things to see and do.
Adelaide's cafe culture and laidback lifestyle
Adelaide hosts year round festivals and events
Catch the tram to Adelaide's favourite Glenelg Beach

Adelaide is capital of South Australia State and is famous for its numerous festivals and wine. Adelaide is also known as a 20 minute city, meaning that all of the main attractions are within close proximity to one another making it simple and easy to explore.


Whether you want to party or relax on your next holiday, South Australia's capital has it all. With spacious boulevards and vibrant inner-city districts, sophisticated architecture and lush gardens, Adelaide is the perfect venue for all sorts of activities - big or small.


You might want to immerse yourself in the culture of Adelaide's North Terrace, with its museums and cafes. You might want to indulge in retail therapy at Rundle Mall, sample the tastes on offer at the famed Adelaide Central Market, or sip award-winning wines at the National Wine Centre.


You might prefer to follow in the footsteps of sporting champions at the world-famous Adelaide Oval. Or enjoy a retreat to the cosmopolitan seaside suburbs of Glenelg and Brighton.


In Adelaide, there is a brilliant blend of things to see and do. All you have to do is choose.