There is so much to see and do while in Adelaide. Below are a few suggestions.
Adelaide Central Market – Victoria Square
South Australia and Adelaide is famed for fine wine and amazing food. The Adelaide Central Market is an historic
icon in the centre of the city. A rarity in days of corporate supermarkets.
Visit independently or take one of the variety of tours on offer.
Penfolds Magill Estate
Penfolds is an Australian wine producer that was founded in Adelaide in 1844 by Christopher Rawson Penfold, an English physician who emigrated to Australia, and his wife Mary Penfold. It is one of Australia's oldest wineries. Located only 5-10 minutes out of the city ($20 Uber fare), it offers an excellent and accessible opportunity to taste some of Australia’s finest wines.
https://www.penfolds.com/en-au/visit/magill-estate-cellar-door or phone: 08 301 5569
Casual tasting available $10pp -redeemable on wine purchase. Need to book if group of 5 or more
Magill Estate Heritage Experience $25PP Includes tour and tasting. 10AM AND 1PM EVERY DAY – BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL via website
Haighs have been making fine chocolate in South Australia since May 1915. Try a sample at their flagship store in Beehive corner (Corner King William St & Rundle Mall) or head to the visitor centre at 154 Greenhill Road, Parkside for a free guided tour.
Tours operate Monday and Saturday between 9am and 2.30pm, Tuesday to Friday 9am to 4pm
Bookings essential. Call (08) 8372 7070
So much and all so close in Adelaide
Wondering what else to do in Adelaide? The city is bursting with culture, flavours, events and entertainment. Soak-up the sun at one of many picture-perfect metropolitan beaches, visit chic inner-city boutiques, dine at world-famous restaurants, sip your way through a thriving small bar scene or taste your way through some of Australia’s best wine regions.