Things To Do

Here are some ideas of things to do while you are in South Australia.
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City Sights

Visit Adelaide’s Victoria Square, take a ride on Popeye on the River Torrens and meander through our beautiful Botanic Gardens. Stroll down Rundle Mall and browse through all the specialty shops and quaint arcades.

LinksAdelaideVictoria SquarePopeyeBotanic GardensRundle Mall, Adelaide Arcade

Adelaide Beaches

Jump on the tram for a ride to Glenelg with its jetty, golden sands and boutique shops.  Visit Semaphore during the International Kite Festival.  Take a walk along the jetties at Brighton and Grange.

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Wine Tasting

Take a day-trip to the Barossa Valley or McLaren Vale or venture further to the Clare Valley’s Riesling Trail to savour our locally-grown and produced award-winning wines. Discover why they have become internationally recognised.

LinksBarossa ValleyMcLaren ValeClare Valley’s Riesling Trail

Kangaroo Island

See our unspoilt beauty spot and take in a large dose of nature. Partake in a day tour or spend a few nights on the island to explore National parks, wildlife and a stunning environment. Indulge your senses, visiting the local produce industries.

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Wildlife Experiences

Visit the centrally located Adelaide Zoo and meet our visiting Pandas, Funi and Wang Wang. Take a day-trip to Monarto Zoo to experience over 1000 hectares of wildlife conservation park or, closer to town, see Australian wildlife in their natural habitat at Cleland Wildlife Park in the picturesque Mount Lofty Ranges. Walk in natural bushland surroundings in Belair or Para Wirra National parks.

LinksAdelaide ZooMonarto ZooCleland Wildlife ParkBelair National ParkPara Wirra

Victor Harbor

Drive south along the Fleurieu Peninsula to Adelaide’s favourite local holiday beachside destination for spectacular southern coastal scenery. Once there, take a ride on the horse-drawn tram to Granite Island, home to 2000 penguins, dolphins and an oceanarium.

LinksFleurieu PeninsulaHorse-drawn TramGranite Island


Fancy a trip through the Mount Lofty Ranges with its panoramic views to Australia’s oldest German Settlement? Enjoy the charm of the main street lined with stone cottages and curios and stroll beneath the century-old elm trees. Satisfy your curiosity, exploring the unique local arts and craftworks.


River Murray

Pamper yourself with a relaxing cruise along Australia’s most famous river. Located an easy drive from the city, it’s well worth visiting! Take in the panoramic views, abundant wildlife and overwhelming sense of tranquillity.

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Don’t hurry home!

Why not extend your holiday? Adelaide is Australia’s most centrally located city. Make the most of this and take the opportunity to explore a little further afield. It’s a great time of the year to visit the magnificent Flinders Ranges ... or, if you must leave, why not enjoy the Limestone Coast, Mount Gambier, and the spectacular coastal drive along the Great Ocean Road and The Twelve Apostles as you head home.

LinksFlinders Ranges, Limestone CoastMount GambierGreat Ocean RoadThe Twelve Apostles


Do you need transport while you are in Adelaide?

Have a look at the information on our Transport page.

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