This adventure kicks of in Adelaide, where you'll get to explore the eateries of Peel Street and the wineries of the Barossa Valley. Then you'll hop... Travel Dates: From 04/11/2021 to 28/03/2022
South Australia Wineries and Wilderness(Multi Share,Start Adelaide, End Adelaide)
This adventure kicks of in Adelaide, where you'll get to explore the eateries of Peel Street and the wineries of the Barossa Valley. Then you'll hop...
Travel Dates: From 04/11/2021 to 28/03/2022
A much loved and friendly town, the city of churches is a popular travel destination for both local and international tourists. Though not home to as many iconic attractions as Sydney and Melbourne, from the city to the beach, there are still countless things to see and do in Adelaide and taking a tour will make sure you miss out on none of them.
Don't miss these Adelaide attractions
- City tours and river cruises
- Overnight at Kangaroo Island
- Adelaide Zoo
- See the Murray River on a riverboat
- The Barossa Valley
Adelaide all encompassed
Seeing the best of Adelaide is a breeze with city sightseeing tours that offer guided walks to all of the city's highlights. This includes such attractions as Victoria Square, the late 19th-century built St Peter's Cathedral and the Adelaide Oval – one of the world's pretties cricket grounds.
Close to the centre of the city, take a tour to Glenelg Esplanade to enjoy the picturesque bay views, or unwind with a boat tour down Adelaide's River Torrens. Cruises down the magnificent Murray River, located north east of Adelaide, are also available for those that want to explore the wider region.
Go north, east, south or west
To further explore South Australia, Adelaide is the starting point for tours to many more destinations located just outside the city. View native wildlife in its natural habitat on a day trip from Adelaide to Kangaroo Island. Wildlife tours are available as are quad bike, fishing and surfing opportunities.
If food and wine are more your style, you may want to consider a trip to the Barossa Valley. Approximately an hour from Adelaide, day trips allow you to sample the spoils of this verdant region. This includes a visit to many of Australia's best wineries as well as restaurants with locally-sourced produce.