Adelaide Travel Guide

With its hot Mediterranean climate, moderate rainfall and mild winters, Adelaide is very popular for holiday makers. The long, dry summers attract people of all ages to this stunning part of Australia. Founded in 1836, Adelaide is the capital of South Australia. After World War 2, approximately 215,000 immigrants from Europe flocked to South Australia and many of them helped to develop Adelaide over the years. Adelaide is also a well-known birthplace for comedians, actors, writers and musicians such as Frank Woodley, David James Campbell, Sean Williams, and The Fraternity.

Places to visit in Adelaide

Giant Panda Adelaide

Adelaide has one of the best zoos in Australia featuring giant pandas. The South Australian Maritime Museum is also a fantastic place to visit and don’t miss out on the opportunity to relax on Henley Beach. Take a challenging walk up Waterfall Gully and enjoy a picnic when you reach the top or there’s always the National Railway Museum that has many railway artefacts for you to indulge in. There’s also the charming Barossa Valley that wine lovers will certainly love. Since it’s only an hour drive away via minibus rental from the CBD, wine tours in Adelaide are very popular. As you can see, with beautiful botanic gardens, art galleries, wineries, and tramways to see, you definitely won’t be bored in Adelaide

Finding Accommodation in Adelaide

There’s plenty accommodation to choose from in Adelaide so you will be quite spoilt for choice. Whether it’s a five star hotel, a motor inn or serviced apartment you’re after, just click online to find the perfect type of accommodation that will suit your requirements. How about a stunning beachfront apartment, luxurious villa or townhouse which can cater for families or large groups of friends? Self-catering accommodation or bed and breakfast are also well worth considering when staying in this wonderful part of the world.

Eating Out in Adelaide

Worrying where to eat won’t be a problem when dining out in Adelaide. Check out online reviews to find out more about cafes and restaurants such as Galaxy Lartay, Café Zest, Bar 9, d’Artagnan or the Sparrow Kitchen & Bar. If Indian food is your favourite, try The Village, one of Adelaide’s best known restaurants that serve delicious Masala and Kashmari Goat Yakhni, in aniseed, cardamom and yoghurt. There’s also a dining precinct you need to know, which is named Gouger Street – home to multiple Asian restaurants.

Travelling around Adelaide


Look no further than Adelaide minibus or coach tours to see what this exciting city is all about. Pass by historical churches, sandstone homes, landscaped gardens including famous landmarks like St Peter’s Cathedral and the River Torrens. Affordable coach and minibus hire services can be booked in advance and you will be able to enjoy sightseeing at its best on the go.

We are very familiar with the Adelaide area so let us help to make your vacation here a memorable one. If you would like to find out more about our coach and minibus hire services, please call or send us an email.


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