The heart of South Australia’s wine industry, Adelaide is home to the National Wine Centre of Australia. Showcasing the Australian wine industry in a creatively designed building that embraces the essence of wineries, it is the perfect starting point for a great South Australian wine journey.
A local foodie institution for over 140 years, The Adelaide Central Market is located in the heart of the city and is the largest undercover produce market in the southern hemisphere.
Adelaide is renowned for its creative culture and is home to many traditional and contemporary art galleries including the Australian Aboriginal Cultures Gallery housing the largest collection of Australian Aboriginal artifacts in the world.
The city comes to life during February and March with countless festivals and events. Events include Adelaide Festival, Adelaide Fringe, WOMADelaide, Santos Tour Down Under and the Clipsal500.
The Santos Tour Down Under has become the largest sporting event in the state and attracts more than 760,000 spectators along with the world’s best cyclists.
Adelaide Zoo can be found on the edge of the city and provides visitors with the opportunity to get up close and personal to many animals including the only-Giant Pandas in the southern hemisphere.