Adelaide is a neat, flat city surrounded by superb gardens, overlooking the
banks of the River Torrens. Stroll along the wide boulevards and historic
buildings of North Terrace and Rundle Mall for boutiques showcasing high-end
fashion. Adelaide is highly regarded for its fine food and quality restaurants.
Gouger, Rundle, Hutt, O’Connell, Melbourne and Leigh Streets, King William
Road and The Parade at Norwood are good places to start. The Adelaide Central
Market is a great way to spend a Sunday morning.
Ride a tram to the beachside precinct of Glenelg. Visit Port Adelaide for museums, river cruises and the famous dolphin sanctuary.
Less than an hour from the city are some of Australia’s best wine regions, including the Barossa Valley, Coonawarra, Clare Valley, McLaren Vale and the Fleurieu Peninsula. Start your exploration at the National Wine Centre of Australia in the city centre. Just off the mainland is Kangaroo Island, with its pristine beaches, desert landscapes, unique wildlife, and outstanding fresh organic produce.