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With curated Adelaide tours and tickets, discover South Australia’s vibrant coastal capital at budget-friendly rates. Explore a city bursting with flavors, cultures, and recreations galore. Visit inner city boutiques, stroll through the historic city center, soak up the sun at the beaches, visit some of the country’s most famous wine districts, dine at popular restaurants and visit the many attractions that the city boasts of. Enjoy a river cruise on the Torrens, spend time in the picturesque Botanical Gardens, see the Parliament House, cathedrals and heritage bridges on a guided heritage tour, enjoy an introduction to the street art of the city on a walking tour, visit the Himeji Japanese Gardens and discover the best of the city on action-packed Adelaide sightseeing tours and hop-on, hop-off tours. Elegant, cultured and neat casual, get ready to explore the many flavors of the City of Churches and book popular Adelaide experiences.
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Our tips for Adelaide

  • Top tipple. Adelaide day trips to the historic Barossa Valley are truly spectacular, and a must-do for visitors to the region. Just over 50km from the city, trying some of the world’s finest locally produced wine is one of the best things to do in Adelaide.
  • Hop to Kangaroo Island. Within day-tripping distance of Adelaide, this beautiful island is worth the excursion. On this Adelaide day tour, you’ll see an abundance of Australian wildlife in their natural habitats including sea lions, kangaroos (obviously), 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. Sweet tooths should head to the Haigh’s Chocolate Factory on Greenhill Road. One of the best Adelaide tours, visitors revel in the chance to see one of Australia’s favourite chocolates being made.

Good to know

Adelaide, intentionally designed in 1836 by Colonel William Light, was the first city in Australia to adopt a grid layout, resulting in an easily navigable and explorable urban landscape featuring wide streets and expansive public squares. Referred to as the "Festival City," Adelaide hosts numerous cultural events and festivals throughout the year, including the Adelaide Festival, Adelaide Fringe, WOMADelaide, and the Santos Tour Down Under, all of which attract visitors from around the world. Known for its lush greenery and exceptional cleanliness, Adelaide has earned the moniker "City of Parks" due to its greater per capita green space than any other Australian city, exemplified by the Adelaide Botanic Garden and the Adelaide Park Lands.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to visit Adelaide?

    March to May and September through November are the best months to visit Adelaide. Daytime temperatures fluctuate between the 60s and 70s and rainfall is low. This is also the ideal time for budget travel as the crowds are smaller and the prices are low.

  • Q: How do I get around?

    The free bus and tram services provided by Adelaide Metro – the city's bus, tram and train network – are convenient options for getting around the city. Walking is ideal for short distances if you’re visiting the central business district. If budget-friendly sightseeing is on the agenda, then get a hop-on, hop-off ticket to get around the city without burning a hole in your pocket.

  • Q: What are some nearby day-trip destinations from Adelaide?

    You have the option to embark on day excursions to destinations such as the Barossa Valley (renowned for its wineries), Kangaroo Island (celebrated for its wildlife and natural beauty), McLaren Vale (another wine-producing region), and the Adelaide Hills (offering picturesque landscapes).

  • Q: Any tips for staying safe in Adelaide?

    Adelaide is a relatively safe city, but when it comes to health and safety, a traveller can never be too 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 in the city streets at night. Remember that it’s Australia, and Australia gets hot. In the hotter months, be sure to put a water bottle and sunscreen in your daypack to avoid sunburn and dehydration on your trip.

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