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Top 10 Things to Do in Adelaide

top 10 things to do in Adelaide, Australia


You may have booked a motorhome hire in Adelaide, what next? Adelaide is a small vibrant city but large enough that there are a lot of things for visitors to enjoy. If you spend a day looking around the city, you will see cafes, restaurants, shops and bars. But you might miss out some of the city’s hidden jewels. So, next time you land in Adelaide, make sure to visit and experience these things:


Hahndorf is the oldest German settlement in Australia and very nice it is too. We strolled along the
main street…passed by the home made icecream and headed for the beer tasting at the local pub. I tried three different varieties of German beer and […]

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Glenelg is Adelaide’s premier, at least in terms of visitor numbers, seaside resort on the shore of Holdfast Bay/ Gulf St Veincent about 10 kms from the City centre. It is named after Lord Glenelg, then Britain’s Secretary of State for War and the Colonies […]

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Zoo’s, Adelaide

Adelaide Zoo is not that large – it’s a city zoo within easy walking distance of the central business district – but it is well worth a visit.

The biggest draws are of course Wang Wang and Funi, the only giant pandas in the Southern Hemisphere. There is a large area devoted to the panda exhibit, and keeper talks are informative about pandas in general as well as the personal foibles of Wang Wang and Funi […]

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Barossa Valley and Wineries

We had a fantastic time on this tour, I loved it!
We got off nice and early, picked up from different hostels around Adelaide and our first stop was to a greasy spoon to line our stomachs and see the worlds largest rocking horse.
First winery was Jacob’s Creek, there’s only a dried up river bed, no creek, so began our wine tasting nice and early around 10.45 […]

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Morialta Conservation Park

Morialta falls, located in the Adelaide foothills, is a favorite spot for most Adelaidians. The site was originally home to the Kaurna aboriginals. They gave the area its name Morialtra which means “ever flowing” Unfortunately Adelaide’s settlement force these native people from their lands and there a very few of the Kaurna people left. […]

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Adelaide Botanic Garden

The now 125 acres Adelaide Botanic Garden which opened to the public in 1857, at the Eastern end of North Terrace, is the most accessible of the three. That doesn’t mean you should just go there. They are all very different and each very much worth a visit.

The Adelaide Botanic Garden is packed with things worthy of your time. You could easily spend a day in here. Allow yourself at least 2-3 hrs and […]

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Seaside Suburbs

Adelaide is often referred to as the Festival City because of the disproportionately large number of festivals it has compared to Sydney, Melbourne and other Australian cities. Two of these festivals are held, back to back, at Brighton in the later half of January each year – the Brighton Jetty Beach Sculptures and the Brighton Jetty Classic. The Brighton Jetty Classic is an open water swim while the Sculpture festival (fashioned on similar events at Cottesloe Beach in West Australia and in Sydney […]

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Rundle Mall – Street

This beautiful piece of Victorian street architecture, one of a two, was cast by Handyside and Co in the UK in the late 1800s and was originally located in front of the Jubilee Exhibition Building on North Terrace. The artistry is first class so do have a close look. […]

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Cleland Conservation Park

The aim of the park is to let you get up close to native Australia animals. The park has 35 hectares of open bushland habitat where visitors can interact with Australian wildlife. Having entered the park and armed yourself with a bag of animal feed (fee in addition to the park entrance fee) you are pretty much free to wander around at will among the safer of the animals – kangaroos, lorikeets, emus, wallabies etc. Less safe ones (and the more reserved) are available for inspection in their enclosures – including nocturnal animals such as […]

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Victoria Square

Victoria Square is in the centre of Adelaide’s one square mile grid and part of Colonel William Light’s blueprint for the new City of Adelaide in the mid 1830s. If you venture away from North Terrace and Rundle Mall you will come across it as thousands of locals do on a daily basis as city workers and commuters. […]

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