Must see tourist attractions in Adelaide – Traverse the picturesque landscapes!

Located between the slopes and the sea Adelaide is a fascinating city with plenty of interesting things to see and do. Let’s look at some of the top attractions to visit while you’re here.

North Terrace

Visit Adelaide’s wealthiest avenue, North Terrace, which one of the most critical social organizations of the city. Apart from the Adelaide Casino and the State Parliament, this tree-lined road is also home to the Museum, the Gallery of Art, and The University of Adelaide. Finish off your stroll by going to the Gardens, a heritage of Adelaide’s past with notable structures and three striking glasshouses on location.

Port Adelaide

Port Adelaide has come to be an incredibly popular tourist destination. You’ll find museums, incredible heritage buildings as well as many restaurants. Most of the area within this town is considered a State Heritage Area. Those looking for accommodation in Adelaide CBD can consider staying at a serviced apartment such as Oaks Horizons which is located 21 minutes away from the Port Adelaide.

Victoria Square

This is an absolutely breathtaking event venue that has been thoroughly enhanced by its beautiful gardens. The square is also popular by its aboriginal name, Tarndanyangga. It lies in the shadow of today’s high-rise blocks and wonderfully preserved 19th-century buildings.

Cleland Wildlife Park

The park exists to care for a whole myriad of different cute and cuddly Aussie animals all in a naturalistic environment. You’ll witness kangaroos, potoroos, emus, and wallabies all roam freely in the available wide-open spaces. Also, you can wander in the area to feed and interact with these adorable creatures.


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Nightlife Experience in Adelaide – An evening with food, drink & fun

Whether you are in a mood to dance like nobody’s watching or savour your favourite cocktail, check out these incredible venues in Adelaide to spend a memorable evening.Have fun like a pro in no time!

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Rocket Bar & Rooftop

Located above one of the great live music institutions in Adelaide, the Rocket Bar & Rooftop is sure to offer you a relaxed hip experience. Featuring a fully functioning bar with seasonal cocktails, different kinds of local and international wine, this rooftop bar is the perfect venue to celebrate your private parties. Don’t forget to soak up the stunning views of the illuminated city as you savour your favourite cocktail.


Located on Currie Street, Zhivago is a fascinating club decorated with comfy lounges, street art on the walls and a huge bar. From music ranging from old-school hip-hop to Taylor Swift, this fascinating place provides better entertainment options to make your evening unforgettable.


Food lovers looking for an entertaining way to spend an evening in Adelaide should not miss the chance to eat their way through ‘Distill’. Situated on the Rundle Street, it serves as the perfect post clubbing dinner haunt for locals as well as tourists. If you’re residing at one of the many apartment hotels in Adelaide the likes of Oaks Embassy, you should head over to this place to spend an incredible evening since it’s just an 8-minute drive to ‘Distill’.

Red Square

An ideal spot for those who really want to hit the dance floor! Electronic and dance music are all the rage in this spot as revellers include not only the fashionably young and restless in Adelaide but also expats and visitors.


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Adelaide’s Laneway Bars – …and a Few other Awesome Establishments!

Australia has risen to the top when it comes to dream-destinations specifically for foodies, and if you happen to find yourself in Adelaide, you have to explore the state’s laneway establishments

Lindes Lane

This laneway started off as place of spontaneous wonders where pop-up parties were aplenty. Recently it has evolved to feature a range of permanent cafes, restaurants and bars. This is also one of the most musically oriented laneways, constantly boasting some of the city’s finest talents.

James Place

When it comes to culinary offerings, James Place is one of the most diverse laneways. You can discover outlets specialising in a range of popular cuisines from sushi to affordable Australian lunches to people at CBD. If you’re staying at accommodation in Adelaide CBD, there are many options such as Oaks Horizons, to reside yourself in.

Peel St.

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I you wish to experience some of the best cuisine that Adelaide has to offer, then this is the place for you. The local watering-hole, Maybe Mae, is renowned for its burgers, and the eponymous Peel St restaurant is widely regarded as one of the best dining facilities in Adelaide.

Leigh St.

Visit Leigh Street and you will discover an incredible smorgasbord of activities and experiences. Within this humble laneway there are, poetry readings, markets, alfresco dining options, bistros and restaurants offering multi-cultural cuisines ranging from Moroccan to Cambodian.