About Adelaide

About Adelaide

We hope you find time to enjoy your stay in  Adelaide and visit some of the many wonderful things our city has to offer from the vibrant CBD, to the beautiful beaches only 20 minutes away and our world famous winery areas. Visit the SA Tourism website for information.

Adelaide is a city that offers the physical and emotional space to breathe. There is a sense of freedom here – of expression, of movement, of thought.

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We wish to acknowledge the Kaurana people the original custodians of the Adelaide Plains.

With a diverse and eclectic array of accessible experiences, it’s a city that allows time for immersion, paired with a sense of space and freedom that actively encourages true indulgence.

Physically gifted with luxuriously wide boulevards, great swathes of parks and gardens, enormous skies and wide-open spaces, Adelaide is also a city of contrasts. Elegant sandstone architecture stands opposite edgy bohemian laneways and alleys. Highly awarded fine dining restaurants exist alongside pop up bars and food trucks. Sophisticated cultural events run in unison with the delightful madness of performing arts and music festivals.

But best of all, Adelaide is a city that lives well beyond its conveniently designed square mile epicentre, flowing seamlessly into world-famous wine and food regions such as Barossa, McLaren Vale and Adelaide Hills, coastal escapes in the Fleurieu or Yorke Peninsula, or the timeless beauty that is Kangaroo Island.

Adelaide. Breathe.” SA Tourism Website 

The National Wine Centre is closely located to one of Adelaide’s most popular dining streets, Rundle Street.

Rundle Street is the heart beat of Adelaide’s ever popular cosmopolitan East End District. It’s located between Frome Street and East Terrace. It has a vibrant social scene that fills the cafes and bars dotted amongst (or in) historic buildings.

Discover cutting-edge fashion stores and leading designer labels, funky gifts, home wares, jewellery and accessories. The quality, variety and mix of fashion and specialty retail are second to none.

Be tantalised all year round by some of Adelaide’s best known cafes, restaurants and wine bars. Enjoy alfresco dining and the vibrancy that makes this street one of Adelaide’s favourites.

Enjoy pubs and hotels, some of the oldest and grandest in Adelaide and catch a flick at one of the famous Palace Nova Cinemas, featuring art house, foreign and main stream films.

Take a detour down the wonderful laneways off Rundle Street, such as Ebenezer Place and Vardon Avenue. Discover some of Adelaide’s grooviest fashion stores and other quirky shops, proudly run by locals.

Glenelg

Journey to Adelaide’s premier Beachfront Resort, Glenelg. Here the group will take part in Team Building activities with an Aussie Life Saver theme, followed by a private BBQ lunch on the sand. The group’s chef will arrive to the beach by boat with a catch of fresh South Australian seafood.

After lunch, the group sets sail to swim with the dolphins. With Temptation Sailing, they take you out off the Glenelg Marina to a location frequented by dolphins. You can either sit back and relax with a South Australian beer or wine on board or take the plunge and swim with these playful creatures.

Exclusive group sunset dining experience in a private open marquee on Adelaide’s main beach, Glenelg, or venture up to the many restaurants dotted around Glenelg.