Explore Adelaide and Regions

Adelaide is a city which offers many diverse and eclectic experiences. In addition to the many cafes, you can enjoy festivals and international sporting events.  Nicknamed the Festival City, Adelaide comes alive during the Fringe Festival (February to March) and WOMADelaide (March). For the sports fans AFL Gather round (April), LIV Golf (April). These attract many local, national and international visitors. And it does not stop there. People from all over the world come to enjoy the atmosphere during Santos Tour Down Under (January) and Vailo Adelaide 500 (November) car racing events. For more visit Whats on in Adelaide

Wine lovers can enjoy great local food and wine tasting experiences in some of the most picturesque and visited cellar doors. These include Adelaide Hills just a short 30-minute drive from the city, McLaren Vale regions, is approximately 45-minute drive and the famous Barossa Valley is around 60-minutes north of Adelaide.

Food lovers are also well catered for, with the many diverse cellar doors to explore. Whether you simply wish to visit for tastings and share a light platter, stop for a meal in within the cellar door, or rather sit down to enjoy a degustation style lunch paired with some of the finest wines you will no doubt enjoy the variety of choices on offer.
Gouger Street houses restaurants from all different cultures and is the gateway to Chinatown. While you’re at it, why not visit the 145 year old Adelaide Central Markets with over 80 stalls, shops and cafes located next door to Chinatown.

No matter what your interest is, we have something to offer everyone – wine, food, scenery, culture, sports and more.

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Adelaide City – River Torrens
Clare Valley – Skillogalee Winery
Adelaide Hills – Mt Lofty Lookout
Langhorne Creek – Bremerton Wines
Barossa Valley – Whistler Winery
McLaren Vale – The Cube