Adelaide is a city bursting with culture, flavours, events and entertainment. Home to trendy bars and boutique-watering holes stocked with world-famous wines, craft beer and spirits, Adelaide caters to everyone’s taste. There’s also a string of Australia’s most award-winning restaurants to experience, along with extensive options for impressive casual dining at your fingertips. From the picturesque foothills to the crystal clear water of the beaches and the green Park Lands, Adelaide and its surrounds are the perfect holiday destination.
World-class events like the Adelaide Festival, Fringe Festival, Cabaret and OzAzia festivals showcase extraordinary local and international talent.
The city’s design, architecture and thriving art scene make Adelaide a vibrant and exciting place to explore and enjoy. First stop is the Adelaide Central Market to pick up some delicious local produce. Then take a stroll through the Riverbank precinct along the River Torrens. There is an amass of galleries, cellar doors, and shops in Rundle Mall. This city screams of a bygone era where the historic architectural is embraced and gives a quaint feel of a big country town. Wide open spaces of parks are scattered throughout the city giving it a vastness that other busy cities like Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane lack.
You absolutely must get out to the surrounding areas of the Adelaide Hills, the wine regions of Barossa and Clare Valley before heading to the scenic and wilderness central of Kangaroo Island.
I personally love the outback and the Flinders Ranges is simply breath taking. If you're one for grabbing a car and exploring for yourself, then don't miss this spectacular area after you've visited Clare Valley.