From the charming blend of Adelaide historic buildings,
wide streets, parklands, shops and restaurants it's the
city where you can experience the buzz, culture and
convenience of a big city without the frustrations.
Adelaide known as the '20-minute city' you can
experience it all on a series of easy short walks.
The Adelaide Festival of Arts and associated Fringe
Festival established Adelaide's reputation as the wine
and festival capital of Australia. The Festival Centre
on King William Road is the hub of opera, theatre and
orchestra. The Art Gallery of South Australia should be
experienced with its collection of Aboriginal works,
Australian 19th Century paintings and a collection of
Your food and wine experience starts with the Adelaide
Central Market, then the National Wine Centre and on to
the countless choices of world class cafes and
restaurants and events such as Tasting Australia.
The Adelaide Botanic Gardens with its 5000 roses at the
International Rose Garden and lush tropical rainforest
in the conservatory is a 'must stroll'.
On the outskirts of Adelaide is the beachside suburb of
Glenelg with its beach, jetty, shops, cafes, historic
settlement and Great White Shark Experience.
The Adelaide Hills, with its wineries and produce farms
offers welcome respite in country air to investigate
historic townships and enjoy heritage accommodation
properties with stunning gardens.
Accommodation in Adelaide ranges from boutique hotels,
seaside resorts and apartments to heritage cottages. No
surprises that most properties are concentrated in the
city, but there's also a great choice along the coast.
Search below for a great choice of hotels, motels,
caravan parks, bed & breakfasts, backpackers and
heritage style accommodation – Adelaide style!