A world of experiences at your fingertips in Adelaide
Adelaide is bursting with culture, flavours, events and entertainment. Taste your way through world-famous wine regions only minutes away from the city, soak up the sun at one of our picture-perfect metropolitan beaches, join the party at our immersive festivals and events or spend the night exploring Adelaide attractions and a thriving restaurant and bar scene. Adelaide is a gateway to some of Australia’s best wine country as well as historic buildings, lush parklands and some of the country’s best beaches.
Adelaide City and Hills
Adelaide is considered to be one of Australia’s most liveable cities. See this for yourself as you easily navigate the city street. Adelaide sits in the middle of a tree covered plain resting between the rolling Adelaide Hills in the east and the long, white, sandy beaches in the west. The Adelaide Hills, only 30 minutes from the city, are dotted with quaint villages and bustling towns. They stretch from the Barossa in the north, to Kuitpo Forest in the south.
Just over an hour’s drive from Adelaide, and you’re in the heart of the beautiful Barossa region – a stunning landscape, dotted with vineyards, farms and villages. Famous for its award winning wine, the Barossa is fast becoming known for its vibrant gourmet food as well. From internationally acclaimed cellar doors to small-family run vineyards and from Farm Shops to cafes & restaurants, the Barossa has something for every lover of great wine and delicious food.
Located only 45 minutes from Adelaide, the Fleurieu Peninsula is a bounty of food, wine and adventure. Triangular in shape, two of the sides offer over 250 kilometres of stunning coast and beaches, while inland fertile soils produce an array of food and award-winning wines. The region offers everything from whale watching to wine tasting, beautiful beaches to biplane acrobatics, local produce and lush green rolling hills.
Kangaroo Island, or KI as the locals call it, is a South Australia icon and one of world’s finest nature destinations, with breathtaking landscapes and fascinating wildlife. Just a short distance off the coast of South Australia, Kangaroo Island is internationally celebrated for its pristine wilderness and wildlife as well as a thriving food and wine industry.
The Murray River is an ancient river system and national icon that winds its way through 600 kilometres of South Australia to the Coorong, one of Australia’s most significant Wetlands and National Parks full of Aboriginal Culture, wildlife and wonderment. See the river, its unique flora and fauna and the old riverside ports while drifting unhurriedly and quietly on Australia’s largest paddle steamer the P.S. Murray Princess