3 Night Adelaide Stay Put
Festivals and food, art and culture, shopping and world-class sporting events. Just a 4.5 hour direct flight from Auckland, Adelaide is the Australian city where there’s always something going on. It’s the perfect place to start your South Australian adventure!
The Adelaide Central Market is the largest food and produce market in Australia and a great place to start your day. You may like to take a guided tour for tastings and behind-the-scenes stories, or simply wander at your leisure enjoying the tastes and smells! Catch the free tram to North Terrace and visit the National Wine Centre, it’s the perfect introduction to Australia’s wine industry and features interactive exhibitions, a tasting gallery and cafe. In the evening be sure to dine in one of Adelaide’s many ‘eat streets‘, such as Gouger, Rundle or Hutt Streets. There’s something to satisfy everyone’s taste buds! Overnight in Adelaide.
Sit back and relax on a full day Adelaide & Hahndorf Tour. You’ll discover some of Adelaide’s ultimate highlights, including the beachside suburb Glenelg, the famous Adelaide Oval Cricket Ground and a tour of the Haigh’s Chocolate Factory. Stop at Mt. Lofty Summit for spectacular views back over Adelaide, and enjoy free time to explore the German Township of Hahndorf in the Adelaide Hills. You’ll experience a German style afternoon tea or beer tasting at the Hahndorf Inn before returning to Adelaide. Overnight in Adelaide.
Set off on a full day Barossa Tour. As well as tasting the wines at four cellar doors in Australia’s most famous wine region, you’ll also take in some of the area’s best attractions. Highlights include travelling through the scenic Torrens Gorge, browsing the Toy Factory with the world’s largest rocking horse, and visiting Angas Park Dried Fruits. You’ll enjoy a delicious two course lunch before continuing your tour of the Barossa in the afternoon. On your way back to Adelaide, take in the acoustic engineering phenomena of the Whispering Wall. Overnight in Adelaide.
Our SA Expert’s Top Tip
“Most people don’t hire a rental car during their first few days in Adelaide because everything is so close and easy to get to. Free bus and tram transport around the city centre lets you hop on and off at most of the inner city attractions, or pick up a free bike and explore the city on two wheels!”