Your Game Plan in Adelaide
Adelaide has had a resurgence in the past few years with a growing small bar scene reinvigorating the city's laneways. Famous chefs and high-end boutiques have made Adelaide their new home.
It’s full of vibrant cafés and eclectic restaurants as well as a strong events scene that incorporates all manner of tastes – from the Adelaide Fringe, WOMADelaide, and Clipsal500 to the Santos Tour Down Under. There are always things to do in Adelaide – it just depends on what tickles your fancy!
One of the many great things about Adelaide is its accessibility. One minute you're in a bustling, exciting city, and then in 20 minutes time you can be relaxing in the sun on some of the world's most beautiful beaches.
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
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.