Adelaide is a city that offers the physical and emotional space to breathe. There is a sense of freedom here - of expression, of movement, of thought.
With a diverse and eclectic array of accessible experiences, it’s a city that allows time for immersion, paired with a sense of space and freedom that actively encourages true indulgence.
Physically gifted with luxuriously wide boulevards, great swathes of parks and gardens, enormous skies and wide-open spaces, Adelaide is also a city of contrasts. Elegant sandstone architecture stands opposite edgy bohemian laneways and alleys. Highly awarded fine dining restaurants exist alongside pop up bars and food trucks. Sophisticated cultural events run in unison with the delightful madness of performing arts and music festivals.
But best of all, Adelaide is a city that lives well beyond its conveniently designed square mile epicentre, flowing seamlessly into world-famous wine and food regions such as Barossa, McLaren Vale and Adelaide Hills, coastal escapes in the Fleurieu or Yorke Peninsula, or the timeless beauty that is Kangaroo Island.
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A day in Adelaide
Explore Adelaide's attractions, galleries and beaches
The hardest part of being in Adelaide is choosing what to explore first. That's where we come in. Being a small city that's easy to navigate, you can explore the best of Adelaide's Attractions in a day. North Terrace is Adelaide's Cultural Capital and a great starting point to discover the city's amazing Galleries and Museums. Wind down with a trip to one of Adelaide's Beaches - there are so many to explore, you won't be disappointed.
1000 Step Discoveries: Video guides
Adelaide, being a smaller city, has some great perks for visitors. There's a wealth of diverse experiences within close proximity
to each other. This series, Adelaide 1000 Step Discoveries, celebrates our
small and nimble yet eclectic and unexpected city.
Discover Art Culture; Business to Play; a day of Family Fun and enjoy the best Street Food in the city.