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Travel guide & tips

Welcome to the capital of South Australia; a food lovers, wine lovers and city lovers go-to destination. Adelaide brings the amazing produce of South Australia into the city, filling all the trendy restaurants, bars and night markets with tasty goods. This city has a buzzing atmosphere, mixed with the laid-back appeal we all expect from Australia. The locals have dubbed it RADelaide for a reason.

Things to do in Adelaide and South Australia

  • Adelaide's Central Market
    Central Market is the foodie hotspot of Adelaide. It's got over 250 stalls selling lots of local produce, from cheese to wine and everything in between - there's no such thing as too many cheese samples.
  • Coober Pedy
    Welcome to the underground town, aka the Opal capital of the world.  About 60% of the population live in underground dugouts. There's also several underground hotels, B&B’s, gift shops, a casino, museums, and a pub.
  • Peel Street, Adelaide
    Peel Street is right in the heart of the city and is where the backpackers and locals inhabit, due to its buzzing and vibrant atmosphere. It's got outdoor dining, loads of wine bars, beautiful restored buildings, and clubs - making it the social hub of Adelaide.
  • Kangaroo Island
    Just off the coast lies Kangaroo Island, Australia's third largest island. Full of national parks and conservation parks, a third of the island is protexted in nature reserves. A great way of soaking up Australia's nature (and wildlife).
  • Adelaide Hills
    Get into the hills for a day trip, or even stop off in the towns for a night or two! Hop from town to town, visiting quaint places like the town of 'Hahndorf' while passing (and possibly entering) wineries and cruising passed stunning scenery. 
  • Flinders Ranges
    Being the largest mountain range in Australia, Flinders Ranges is definitely worth a look. It's exactly what you'd expect from rural Australia - mountains, long empty roads, cattle stations, road houses, and emus, and it's a great place to learn about local culture.

Barossa Valley

Great wine, check. Great weather, check. Beautiful landscapes, check. Cute towns with German heritage, check. Barossa Valley is undeniably a must when traveling to South Australia, as it produces 21% of Australia's wine, so it's the perfect place to go wine tasting! Take a day trip from Adelaide, grab a bike when you get there and go for a cycle around the area before diving in to those tastings (afterwards you might be too wobbly)! 
Australia Tour
Barossa Valley Tour
Get groovy in Barossa Valley, Oz's most famous wine region. Swirl, sniff and sip your way around. Check out the home of Jacob's Creek, see the world's largest rocking horse and encounter the whispering wall. Enjoy wine from the cellar door and tuck into a tasty barbecue of steak, chicken and kangaroo.
Full day from $82
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great ocean road
Great Ocean Road Road Trip | 5 days (including accommodation)
This self-drive road trip takes you from Adelaide to Melbourne. Head to Barossa Valley on day one, check out Robe, a fishing port on the Limestone Coast on day two, then kick back and relax on Port Fairy on day three, before going for a spot of surfing in picturesque Anglesea on day four. Don't forget about the amazing sights on the drive too, like the 12 apostles!
5 days from $829
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Beyond Adelaide

Adelaide offers easy access to South Australia’s signature experiences; the wildlife haven of Kangaroo Island, where you will see native Australian fauna in its pure natural habitat, from wallabies to kangaroos, echidnas to platypus, and seals to penguins; world class wine regions, 17 in total, such as the Barossa Valley and Clare Valley; and last, but not least, the spectacular pre-historic Flinders Ranges - your gateway to the Outback.
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Adelaide Tours

outback australia
Outback to the Top End - Adelaide to Darwin| 15 days
Starting in charming Adelaide, cut through the Outback and explore the mysteries of Uluru. Follow your curiosity down the deserted tracks that make Australia so remote and spend 15 days discovering the natural beauty of one of the world’s most awe-inspiring destinations.
From $2,449
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Great Ocean Road East - Adelaide to Melbourne | 3 days
Are there two words that go better together than road and trip? We dont think so. On this short and sweet 3-day tour from Adelaide to Melbourne, well drive the Great Ocean Road and take in the highlights. Grampians National Park, the Arch, the 12 Apostles well check em out and get expert guidance from our CEOs along the way.
From $419
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Outback to the Red Centre - Adelaide to Alice Springs | 9 days
From Adelaide, hit the Flinders Ranges and cut through the Outback to the Red Centre. Here you’ll meet some of the locals, experience the mysteries of Uluru, and gain insight into regional Aboriginal and European history. Geared towards budget-conscious travellers looking to hit the Outback’s highlights, this itinerary features lots of inclusions for less than you'd expect.
From $1,329
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