Top Places To Visit In Adelaide

By Rishabh Dhall

Adelaide Central Market

The ideal day in Adelaide would be enjoying the best food and culture at the Adelaide Centre market. Here you will find much Asian fusion and innumerable authentic cuisines. You will also find local food markets servicing fresh fruits, vegetables, honey, chocolates: you name it, they got it. Get your guided tour ready to know more about the rich history that Adelaide has to offer.


You will find many beached across Adelaide and some are very close to the city. The first stop will be Glenelg, catch a 20-minute tram from the city, get your bathers and you are good to go. Grab your favourite bite at the Jetty Road or walk down the foreshore to see a natural beauty that Glenelg has to offer. The next stop would be Henley Beach, enjoy good SA’s crafted beers, luxury seafood restaurant or enjoy bright sunlight at the edge of the water with your peeps. Henley Beach is the one that you do not want to miss.

Day Trips

Adelaide is known for its wines and is called the wine capital of Australia. Over 200 cellar doors, award-winning wineries, local food, top-class restaurants, or what more, Adelaide Hills is one of the beautiful places to enjoy with your family and friends. Having a popular winery in its beauty like Mount Lofty ranges, the lane vineyard, Bird In hands, these are just a few locals drops which will make your afternoon spectacular and that too with 20 minutes away from the city. To taste the most exotic wines in Adelaide’s head to McLaren Vale, 45 minutes away from the main city. Having more than 80 cellar doors, take yourself on the mesmerizing journey with award-winning wineries like Down the Rabbit Hole, d’Arenberg Cube and enjoy the local food in its serenity. Head to Barossa to know more about Adelaide wine and various microbreweries. Enjoy the beautiful Barossa valley bike trail and enjoy the beautiful mountains and then head to the city for an early dinner.

Restaurants and Bars Hopping

Quintessential restaurants and bars are the main attraction of Adelaide, hop on to a nice restaurant serving smoky chicken, sashimi, yakitori, and bao at Shobosho. Thinking of authentic pizza, enjoy the best Napoli style pizza where the flour is sourced straight from Italy at Madre. For the best experience of gastronomic food and drinks, Adelaide is the best place to satisfy you.

Adelaide is full of surprises and hidden gems, with cocktail lounges and hidden bars behind inconspicuous walls, get the best bears ad whiskey bars by walking down the street of Pirie Street, bank street, Leigh Street at Maybe May, BRKLYN, Cassablabla. You will never see these places empty as you will find the best of the breweries, Australian IPA beers to enjoy with your friends.

Adelaide Oval

We all heard of this iconic stadium in the heart of Adelaide, the thrill of watching the game, the excitement of the siren sound. With the long history and best matched played at this Stadium, Adelaide Oval is one of its kind. You will also find the century-old scoreboard in its beauty. Also, enjoy the Roof of the Adelaide oval by climbing up with the proper guided tour to reach new heights. Get the best seat in the match and view the sunset from the best viewpoint in Adelaide.

Adelaide Zoo

Having more than 2,600 animals and a variety of more than 255 species include Pandas, Fu Ni, and many more. Adelaide Zoo is a one-stop family vacation hub in Adelaide. Your friendly keepers will always be there and will teach you more about your favourite animals. Being run by the charity fund, purchasing a ticket will help to protect your favourite species. Open in 1883, gives this zoo second place in the ranking all over Australia. Enjoy feeding giraffe, see pandas taking bath. If you want to enjoy the 1,500-hectare sanctuary, it would be 50 min drive from there to Monarto Safari Park and see your favourite lion, cheetahs, zebra living in their natural habitat.

Beautiful Museum and Art Gallery

Adelaide is known for its art and culture. The first step to start your journey is from the Art Gallery of South Australia, located at the center of the city, which soothe case best exhibitions and art collective next stop is known for its history and cultural collection, the South Australian Museum. If you are still not satisfied, next stop would University of South Australia’s Sam stag Museum founded in 1970 by the artist showing different art and cultural activity around South Australia and Aboriginal bark paintings. Adelaide also has a dedicated museum for science and technology, and you will find all that at the University of South Australia’s MOD.

Adelaide Botanic Gardens

Lush lawns, blooming rose gardens, never seen vegetations, tropical preservation. Adelaide Botanical Garden has incredible architecture, foreyard avenues of ancient trees. You will be also stunned by the view of the award-winning restaurant, Botanic Garden Restaurant in the heart of Botanical gardens. The food you will have over here, produced by local surrounding gardens bossing ponds and greenery. Next to the Botanic gardens, you will find the national Wine Centre, an award-winning center that featured more than 120 wines from various regions across Australia.