Do you have 2 to 8 hours spare?
We’d love to show you our beautiful city
We understand that not everyone wants to do certain things on a set tour. Adelaide Chauffeur and Tours will help you organise your very own personalised Adelaide day tour in order to make sure you have a great time doing your thing. And, the best part is that you can spend as much time as you’d like in a spot that you love, or move on if you find something that may better appeal to you.
Enjoy a peaceful day relaxing, with Adelaide Chauffeur & Tours while you explore this great state of South Australia.
If you’re keen to stay in the city, Adelaide is well known for its many festivals such as the Fringe Festival (which is Australia’s biggest arts festival and is a month long event held over February and March), where you will find international and local talents performing a huge range of acts from cabaret, musicals, comedy shows etc, then there’s the food, wine and culture amongst it all. Here you can discover superb architecture, cultural boulevards, surrounding park lands and wide streets and then you’ll appreciate why we have been ranked as one of the most livable cities in the world.
Some options that may appeal to you range from Colonel William Light look out who came to Adelaide in1837, to survey the site to decide where the colony should build. A life-size statue of him now stands proud at the top of the hill and is a popular hotspot for visitors to go and learn about the history of the city while gazing out at the spectacular views of Adelaide below.
St Peter’s Cathedral which is a great photo stop, for the sport fanatics Adelaide Oval (and if you’re keen, you could do the roof climb), a drive by Adelaide University, Library, Art Gallery & Museum are ideal stops for the history lovers, as is the historic North Adelaide with impressive, age-old buildings and lush gardens. Adelaide botanical gardens and botanic park are great stops for the nature lovers and of course the Adelaide Zoo.
A visit to Haighs Chocolates Visitor Centre is a must for any chocolate lover, the Adelaide Wine Centre where you can learn all about wine production in South Australia and across the country. You can work your way through the interactive displays of the Wine Discovery Journey Museum or should the urge strike taste some of 120 wines available at the Wined Bar. Mount Lofty lookout (dependent on weather) Victoria drive in Unley (most expensive real estate in Adelaide) or the historical Port Adelaide may appeal to some.
Then for the beachside lovers, Glenelg draws families to its long, sandy beach and the Beachouse amusement centre, with waterslides, rides and arcade games keeping the kids entertained. The Bay Discovery Centre in the 1870s Town Hall has local history exhibits including a vintage swimwear collection, and dolphin-spotting cruises cast off from nearby Holdfast Marina (must be pre-booked). Here you will find laid-back pubs, organic cafes, global eateries and boutiques which give the area a trendy vibe and is a great ice cream stop to wind up your day.
Contact us today to arrange your personalised Adelaide day tour knowing you are in very capable hands.
Tour costs are based on an hourly rate, dependent on vehicle chosen and subject to vehicle availability
- Luxury sedans/SUV’s between 1 to 4 passengers
- Luxury Mercedes vans between 1 to 7 passengers
- Lunches, wine tasting, entry costs and any purchases are at own cost
- Note: All cellar door visits and lunches must be booked in advance, are subject to availability and may impact on how many wineries visited
All other Terms & Conditions apply as per normal tours