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Support your club as they take on the Crows or Port, and then take some time and discover Adelaide. Book with AFL Travel and you could fly with your team, enjoy the perks of the Virgin Australia lounge and enjoy premium match tickets at the Adelaide Oval. Plus, there’s nothing to lose if your team doesn’t get up, our Match Day Guarantee will see you win, even if the boys don’t.
Not only is Adelaide the gateway to some of Australia's best wine country, but the city centre itself is surrounded by parklands and is a blend of historic buildings, wide streets, parklands, cafes and restaurants. Join the café culture lifestyle. Adelaide has a diverse cultural mix that guarantees sensational food.
Rundle Street in Adelaide's east end includes a mix of historic pubs, family-run cafes and eclectic restaurants. Explore the laneways off Rundle Street for trendy wine bars and boutique shops. In the heart of the city, Gouger Street and Chinatown are crammed with Asian restaurants and a stone’s throw from the Adelaide Central Market – the largest produce market in the southern hemisphere. Wander the market for local cheese, dips, artisan breads and fresh goodies.
Adelaide is proud to be Australia’s wine capital, with numerous regions on its doorstep. You’ll be spoilt for choice. There are reds from the Coonawarra on the Limestone Coast and the renowned Barossa, which is just an hour's drive from Adelaide. Travel another hour north and you'll reach the Clare Valley, famous for its Rieslings. If it’s more white varietals that you’re after, then the Adelaide Hills has some delicious sparklings and Sauvignon Blancs. South there’s McLaren Vale and Langhorne Creek on the Fleurieu Peninsula - about an hour's drive south away. Drive yourself or join a guided tour of Adelaide and its surrounds - the choice is yours.
See & Do
Adelaide Oval Tour
90 min guided walking tour around Adelaide Oval
Adelaide Market Tour
- 2 hour market tour
- Sample local produce
Barossa Food & Wine Experience
- Winery tastings
- Visit to Maggie Beer's Farm Shop
Jacobs Creek Food & Wine
- Food & Wine Masterclass
- Wine Tasting Guide
- 2 course lunch with matching wine
- Tea & Coffee
Craft Beer Discovery
- 4 Fleurieu Craft Breweries
Shrug off your jacket. Shake your scarf free. Close the door against the icy wind. There’s a log fire crackling and your face starts glowing. You pour a warming glass of red wine. There’s the aroma of a slow cooked rustic stew. A giant leather chair to envelop you. Be tempted by more than 30 wineries offering sumptuous vents day and night this July. Fire up your winter soul in the Adelaide Hills.
Explore and indulge at this eight-day celebration of eating and drinking. Enjoy the freshest fare from local producers, learn from star chefs and savour the food and wine South Australia is famous for.
Barossa Vintage Festival
The week-long Barossa Vintage Festival is held biennially. Enjoy a variety of wine-themed events including wine tastings and competitions, musical events, food events with local produce, balls and parades. First held in 1947, to celebrate the end of the grape harvest this is Australia’s oldest and longest-running wine Festival.
Clipsal 500 Adelaide
Start your engines! The Clipsal 500 Adelaide, a round of the V8 Supercar Championship Series, is Australia’s largest domestic motorsport event. It will return in 2017 with more high-octane thrills and an unmissable line-up of entertainment off the track.
Adelaide Finge Festival
This wild ride is loved by locals and the thousands of visitors who make it a must-do. The Fringe’s eclectic program includes cabaret, comedy, circus, dance, film, theatre, music, visual art and design. All the action takes place beneath the Summer sun and across balmy, star-filled nights.
Adelaide’s lush Botanic Park is home to WOMADelaide, a four-day celebration of global music, food, thought and creativity. Join the party and be swept up in its joy.
Adelaide Central Market
The Adelaide Central Market buzzes with life and colour all year round and is a special place for the regulars, who wouldn't shop anywhere else. Here you'll find a huge range of fresh food, seafood, cheese, bread, fruit and vegetable, all under the one roof. Shoppers can also take a break in some of the hippest cafes in Adelaide. Open daily except for Sundays and Mondays.
Breweries a Plenty
Discover brewers and cider makers with the perfect drop to quench your thirst. Try freshly made ales, lagers and stouts from any of the 20 microbreweries operating across the state. If you're staying in the city, take a tour of Cooper’s Brewery. Coopers is one of Australia’s most recognisable beer brands. Alternatively, head to one of a growing number of laneway bars and craft beer pubs.
Urban Cow Studio celebrates the beauty, skill and unique qualities of the hand produced item. The shop’s brightly coloured walls are graced by the largest range of South Australian made ceramics, glass, jewellery, paintings, and sculpture, anywhere in the state.