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Once called the ‘City of Churches,’ Adelaide’s love of the drop is just one of the many reasons why this South Australian capital is known for much more than just its architecture. Alongside its many impressive spires, contemporary Adelaide also boasts vibrant eateries, diverse shopping, and a lively nightlife scene. Considered one of the great wine capitals of the world, Adelaide sits among rugged sandy beaches, rolling hills, and vineyards, its idyllic location allowing natural, healthy lifestyles to flourish in the city too. Throughout the year, the city plays host to numerous international events and pop-up parties, with the Adelaide Fringe and WOMADelaide music festival proving the most popular. Whether you're looking for a festive blowout or a more relaxed affair, this “20-minute city” has it all.

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Things to do in Adelaide

  • Our tips for Adelaide

    Our tips for Adelaide
    • Top tipple. Take a wine tour of the historic Barossa Valley, just 50km from the city, and try some of the world’s finest locally produced wine.
    • Hop to Kangaroo Island. Within day-tripping distance of Adelaide, this idyllic island is worth the excursion. Here you’ll see an abundance of Australian wildlife in their natural habitats including sea lions, kangaroos, wombats, echidnas, dolphins and more.
    • Eat up. Locals know (and love) their food, so you’ll find plenty of amazing restaurants and cafes to park yourself at in this city. Sweet tooths should head to the Haigh’s Chocolate Factory on Greenhill Road to see how one of Australia’s favourite chocolates are made.
  • Good to know

    Good to know
    Best Time To Visit The months of March through to May are the best times to visit Adelaide, as the weather is pleasantly warm and many of the city’s best events including the Adelaide Fringe Festival are running. Australia’s school holidays are limited during these months, meaning the city’s main attractions will be relatively quiet too.
    Getting There Touring this “twenty-minute city” is even easier with these navigation tips in tow.
    • Adelaide’s city centre is compact, and can be easily navigated by foot. Most of the city’s top attractions are near the North Terrace and Victoria Square, so be sure to start your trip there.
    • If walking isn’t your thing, Adelaide’s efficient bus network is available, and extends outwards to the Adelaide hills, Maclaren Vale and Gawler regions too. The budget-friendly network is ideal for those looking to explore further afield.
    Stay Safe Adelaide is a relatively safe city, although a traveller should always be careful. Keep these precautions in tow so your trip can go off without a hitch…
    • In case of emergency, dial 000.
    • Exercise caution and walk in well-lit areas at night. Solo travellers should be especially careful walking the city streets in the evening.
    • In the hotter months, be sure to put a water bottle and sunscreen in your daypack to avoid sunburn and dehydration on your trip.