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Adelaide combines exceptional food and wine, art, shopping, a bustling bar scene and world-class events. We’ve also been award as a great wine capital of the world. No matter what season you visit, Adelaide and its regions allow you to sample the best of Australia.


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Join MasterChef’s Gary Mehigan on a South Australian Food Safari

Adelaide Central Market, Adelaide 

The Adelaide Central Market has been a thriving hub of food and culture for over 145 years. With over 80 traders, the market offers a huge range of fresh food, along with some of Adelaide’s most popular eateries. 

Penfolds Magill Estate, Adelaide

Magill Estate is the closest winery to the city with only 15-min drive and is home to the world-famous Penfolds Grange. The restaurant uses rich produce from the local community, paired with some of the Australia’s best wines.

Beerenberg Farm, Adelaide Hills

Beerenberg Farm is a "must visit" for all food lovers visiting the Adelaide Hills. Enjoy a leisurely browse through the complete collection of farm-made products in the delightful farm shop. During strawberry season (November to April), bring the family and pick your own strawberries at the farm.

Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop, Barossa

A visit to Maggie Beer's Farm Shop is an absolute must whilst in the Barossa. Customers can browse amongst her personally selected regional specialty goods, purchase one of her signed books or simply sit back and take in the view. Verjuice cooking demonstrations take place at 2pm everyday using Maggie's wonderful products for take home ideas.

Star of Greece, Fleurieu Peninsula

The stunning turquoise waters of Gulf St Vincent, the beach and cliffs, the seascapes that change with the seasons, and the history of a Star of Greece shipwreck belong to all who visit. Fresh offerings from the sea and local produce are presented with a visual flair that excite without being a substitute for the essence of exceptionally good food is what the Star of Greece is all about.


Nature, Wildlife & Unforgettable Adventure

Adelaide Oval RoofClimb

Take on the icon with Adelaide Oval RoofClimb and see the stadium from an entirely different perspective. Climb 50m above the playing field on a rooftop climb like no other. Up top, enjoy views of the city and the Adelaide Hills. You can even lean out over the goalposts, which is quite a thrill.

Up-close Koala Experience

Get up close to iconic Australian wildlife, just outside of Adelaide’s CBD. Cleland Wildlife Park and Gorge Wildlife Park in Adelaide Hills are two closest places to Adelaide where you can hold a koala. Spot wild koalas at Mikkira Station on Eyre Peninsula and Hanson Bay Wildlife Sanctuary on Kangaroo Island.

Wildlife and Whale Watching Cruise

Get closer to wildlife with The Big Duck Boat Tours at Victor Harbor, an hour south of Adelaide. Experience a spectacular ocean adventure, see seals, sea lions, dolphins, birds, beautiful islands and coastline. Whale watching cruise will be available during winter months from June to September.

Port Willunga Beach

One of the most Instaworthy spots on the Fleurieu Peninsula, Port Willunga beach, famous for its historic jetty pylons and spectacular sunsets, is only a 40-minute drive from Adelaide. Other famous beaches near Adelaide include Glenelg, Brighton and Henley Beach.

Swim with Dolphins, Sea Lions & Tuna

Swim with wild dolphins at Glenelg, Adelaide’s most popular city beach, just 20 minutes from the city. Start your engines and race with the Southern Bluefin Tuna, also known as Ferraris of the Sea at Oceanic Victor in Victor Harbor. The best place to go swimming with sea lions is the Eyre Peninsula.


Key Festival

OzAsia Festival (25 Oct - 11 Nov 2018)

OzAsia Festival is Australia’s premier international arts festival focussing on Asia. The fortnight-long festival features performances, events and exhibitions celebrating the artistic and cultural ties between Australia and Asia.

Adelaide Fringe Festival (15 Feb 2018 – 17 Mar 2019) 

The Adelaide Fringe is the largest open-access festival in the Southern Hemisphere. Bursting at the seams with local, interstate and international five-star acts. Whether you’re a cabaret connoisseur, comedy king/queen, theatre tragic or just want to sit back and enjoy the atmosphere, there’s something for you at the Adelaide Fringe.

Tasting Australia (5 – 14 Apr 2019)

From paddock to plate, Tasting Australia is a journey through South Australia’s sprawling culinary landscape. Tasting Australia is one of the country’s most anticipated culinary festivals and boasts a program that includes over 100 events, lunches, dinners, tastings and classes, taking place all over South Australia. Eat and drink your way around South Australia’s regions, tasting the very best produce the state has to offer!


Amazing Road Trips 

Southern Ocean Drive

A road trip along South Australia’s south coast and Kangaroo Island offers something for everyone, from wine to wildlife. Stunning cliff faces, roaring waves and spectacular beaches are just some of the highlights of the Southern Ocean Drive.

Epicurean Way

If you travel for your taste buds, this culinary adventure through Australia’s premier food and wine regions is for you. The Epicurean Way seamlessly links together the four iconic wine regions of McLaren Vale, Adelaide Hills, Barossa and Clare Valley in a journey not available anywhere else in Australia.

Seafood Frontier

Follow South Australia’s stunning coastline on a seafood safari on the Eyre Peninsula - from Whyalla to the state’s far west coast. Discover the ultimate seafood safari on the Eyre Peninsula, from the multi-million dollars tuna industry to plucking oysters straight from the water.


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