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Historic Port Adelaide

Discover Port Adelaide’s wealth of 19th-century buildings, classic Australian pubs and atmospheric old wharves. Pick up a self-guided walking map from the tourist office, kayak along Port River (home to a dolphin colony) or drop into the Maritime Museum on Lipson Street.

Galleries of Elegant North Terrace

Visit Adelaide’s most elegant boulevard, North Terrace, home to the city’s most important cultural institutions. Apart from State Parliament, Adelaide Casino and the Convention Centre, this tree-lined street hosts the Art Gallery of South Australia, the South Australian Museum and The University of Adelaide.

Adelaide Oval

Long regarded as the prettiest cricket stadium in the world, Adelaide Oval has recently undergone an AUD $610 million make-over. The result is pretty spectacular. Visit the Bradman Collection, featuring objects and photographs from the private archives of Sir Donald Bradman, the world’s greatest batsman.

Adelaide Hills

It is a tranquil place to recharge the batteries. The hills are much more than a geographic backdrop for the city; they provide much of its food and they are major wine-growing district with some 50 cellar doors.

Barossa Valley

There are around 150 wineries and cellar doors in the Barossa Valley. Half of the cellar doors are open to the public, but most of the others happily open by appointment. Many conduct tours of their estates and wine-making facilities.The Barossa Valley is also renowned for its fresh seasonal produce, artisan food producers and award-winning restaurants.

Clare Valley

The Clare Valley is one of Australia’s oldest wine regions. It is best known for its Riesling wine, and is often called the home of Australian Riesling. Its Mediterranean-style climate is ideal for the production of quality Riesling, Chardonnay, Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Semillon and Merlot grapes.

Glenelg Beach

You’ll find all the delights of a seaside village and more in lively Glenelg, which sits in Holdfast Bay, a 25-minute tram ride from Adelaide’s centre. There is a sandy white beach, charming heritage hotels and bustling shops, sidewalks cafes and summer entertainment. You can also swim with wild dolphins, go diving or snorkelling or join a fishing charter.

The Ghan

Travel from Australia’s south to north on one of the world’s greatest train journeys. Board in Adelaide and watch South Australia’s rolling green hills make way for desert, the rusty Red Centre and finally the tropical splendour of the Top End.

Eyre Peninsula

You can spend weeks exploring the sheltered coves and bays, fishing from the secluded beaches and spotting giant whales from the towering limestone cliffs. Swim with playful sea lions and dolphins in the wild. Snorkel or dive next to giant cuttlefish – the chameleons of the sea – in the protected waters near Whyalla.

Kangaroo Island

Commune with native wildlife and majestic scenery on Kangaroo Island, easily accessible from Adelaide. Meet Australian sea lions on the beach, kangaroos, koalas, wallabies, penguins, echidnas and diverse birds. Discover rugged rock formations, underground caves, bush-cloaked national parks, and beaches and bays to swim, snorkel, dive and fish.

Flinders Ranges

Lift your soul in South Australia’s timeless Flinders Ranges and outback, home to Wilpena Pound and the underground opal town of Coober Pedy. Star gaze, see rare native wildlife, and uncover Aboriginal and pastoral history.

Fleurieu Peninsula

The Fleurieu (pronounced floo-ree-oh) Peninsula is just a short drive from the South Australian capital but you can spend a long time exploring all that this region has to offer. Sipping McLaren Vale wines, trawling through antique stores and tackling plenty of ocean adventures from sea kayaking to coastal walks.

Lake Eyre

Lake Eyre, in the Lake Eyre National Park around 700 kilometres north of Adelaide, is an extraordinary oasis in the harsh South Australian outback. The Lake Eyre Basin covers an astonishing 1 million square kilometres and crosses the borders of South Australia, the Northern Territory and Queensland.

McLaren Vale

McLaren Vale boasts around 65 wineries, mostly boutique-sized. About 270 independent grape growers can also be found here. Visit weekend farmer’s markets and pack your picnic hamper with fresh bread, cheese, olives and fruit or linger over lunch in a picturesque vineyard restaurant.



The dining room at Orana can accomodate a total of 31 diners across ten tables, which can seat from 2 to 12 people. We offer a seasonal tasting menu that focuses on local & native ingredients. A meal with us consists of 18-20 courses and we ask that you to share any allergies, aversions, or dietary restrictions so that we can tailor the menu to your preferences.

Georges on Waymouth

Georges on Waymouth was established by George & Voula Kasimatis in November 2002, with the aim of serving fresh seasonal produce with impeccable service in a classic European setting. In the heart of Adelaide’s CBD, Georges on Waymouth is an undeniable crowd pleaser, continually striving for excellence amongst locals and interstate guests. The dining room is stylish and minimalist with crisp linen tablecloths, high ceilings and wooden floorboards.


Concubine is a modern contemporary restaurant that fuses flavours of the orient with fresh local produce, showcasing South Australia’s best. The chefs at Concubine source high-quality, local produce for their delicious, authentic dishes. On the menu you’ll find Barossa Valley free range chicken, Robarra Barramundi from Robe, SA prawns and plenty of fresh local vegetables cooked with influences from China, Thailand, Malaysia and beyond.


Chianti is one of Adelaide’s most successful, award-winning restaurants and renowned for its superb traditional and modern Italian cuisine, fine wines and impeccable service. Centrally located on Hutt Steet (in the Adelaide CBD) Chianti is at the most a 10 minute taxi ride from any of Adelaide’s international hotels and we provide our patrons an elegant dining experience in the friendly warmth of a classic Italian family trattoria.


Georges on Waymouth
The Playford Restaurant
Jasmin Indian Restaurant
Press* Food & Wine
Bread and Bone Wood Grill
Peel Street

McLaren Vale

d’Arry’s Verandah
The Barn Bistro
The Salopian Inn
Carmel’s Cafe Bar and Grill
Coriole Vineyards
Serafino McLaren Vale
The Currant Shed

Kangaroo Island

Rustic Blue
Zest and Thyme
The Rockpool Cafe
Isola Pizza
Dudley Wines
The Chase Cafe
Frogs & Roses
Reflections Restaurant

The Gallery 2KW Bar and Restaurant

2KW is an exciting new bar and restaurant concept atop the historic building at 2 King William Street that is now open. Come in and say hi! The restaurant sits at the heart of 2KW, both figuratively and literally. It’s the kind of place where time slows down, burdens are lifted and focus shifts to what’s really important – Great food and serious booze.

Cantina Sociale

Cantina Sociale is an idea developed from our endless love of drinking great wine with great friends. Our focus has always been about ‘what’s in the glass’ rather than focussing on particular producers, packaging or how many points it was awarded. From here stemmed a concept – what if we created a place where friends could gather to drink great quality wine, nibble a snack & solve the world’s problems?!

Clever Little Tailor

Quality liquor & delicious bar snack food – Open Monday to Saturday from 4pm
19 Peel St, Adelaide, South Australia

Public Bar

PUBLIC is a cafe, bar and function space located at 12 Franklin Street, a short distance from Adelaide’s Victoria Square and CBD. Our style is an eclectic mix of ‘old and new‘, inspired by the theme of public spaces, such as old railway stations & grand libraries. PUBLIC is a destination eatery for the quick luncher or the lingering foodie.


Burger Republic Hyde Park
Proof Bar
Clever Little Tailor
The Gallery 2KW Bar and Restaurant
Cantina Sociale
The Flying Trunk
Maxim’s Wine Bar & Function Centre


Adelaide Central Market

Established in 1869, the Adelaide Central Market has been a thriving hub of food and culture for over 145 years. With over 80 traders under one roof, the Adelaide Central Market is one of the largest under cover market in the Southern Hemisphere, buzzing with life and colour all year round. With over 8.5 million visitors every year, the Adelaide Central Market remains the food Mecca for multicultural cuisine and fresh produce.

Adelaide Farmers’ Market

The Adelaide Farmers’ Market, Showground is the largest farmers’ market in South Australia. Established in October 2006, the not-for-profit organisation supports small family farms, agricultural diversity and fresh, regional and seasonal choices for consumers. The Farmers’ Market attracts around 6,000 locals and tourists every Sunday.

Regent Arcade

In the heart of Rundle Mall, Regent Arcade is the perfect place to shop, meet friends for coffee or lunch, indulge yourself and enjoy life. Explore Regent Arcade today. There is so much more to discover.

Flinders Street Market

Open Every Weekend in the heart of Adelaide. This little market specialises in hand made, home grown, unique and vintage stalls. This market is a great little adventure for a couple of hours on a Saturday or Sunday in Adelaide. We house an eclectic mix of local arts, crafts, food, farm-grown produce, vintage wares, and all sorts of clothing. The stalls are constantly rotating so there is always something new to find.


Adelaide Central Market
Haigh’s Chocolates Visitor Centre
Adelaide Farmers’ Market
Harbour Town Adelaide
Blackebys Old Sweet Shop
Flinders Street Market
Churchill Centre
Regent Arcade

24 – 27 Jan 2020 : Bendigo Bank Tunarama Festival

14 Feb – 15 Mar 2020 : Adelaide Fringe

28- Feb – 4 Mar 2020 : Adelaide Festival

6 – 9 Mar 2020 : WOMADELAIDE 2020

27 Mar – 5 Apr 2020 : Tasting Australia

4 – 13 Sep 2020 : Royal Adelaide Show

Australia National Public Holidays

1st January New Year’s Day
26th January Australia Day
2nd Monday in March Labour Day (VIC, TAS)
March/April Good Friday/Easter Monday
25th April Anzac Day
2nd Monday in June Queen’s birthday
25th December Christmas Day
26th December Boxing Day

Adelaide Airport (ADL)

Address: 1 James Schofield Dr, Adelaide Airport SA 5950, Australia
Phone: +61 8 8308 9211

Time Zone

The state of South Australia is nine and a half hours ahead of Universal Coordinated Time (+9.5 UTC). It is commonly referred to as Australian Central Standard Time.


220-240 voltage electricity. The electrical plugs consist of two diagonal flat-pin prongs with a vertical flat-pin grounding prong.

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