From sightseeingand shopping tovisiting the beach andexploring vineyards, there is much to enjoy in Adelaide on a three-day getaway! Here are some options for what you can do.
A Convenient Base
Before beginning your tour it’s important you find central accommodation; Adelaide CBD and its North Terrace are ideal areas to stay at be it a hotel or serviced apartment. Look to find a property that is within a short walk from transport options be it a bus stop, railway station,tram lineortaxi rank.
On day one, you should ideally look to explore the city which has many sights to see. Highlights include the Adelaide Central Market close to Oaks Adelaide Horizons Suites, the South Australian Museum at the North Terrace and the idyllic Adelaide Botanic Garden. Kids will love a visit to the Adelaide Zoo too.
Plan a visit to GlenelgBeach, only around 25minutesby tram from the city centre. Apart from spending time by the shore, you can enjoysnorkelling or even swimming with dolphins. Explore the Jetty Road Precinct for shopping and dining, while once back in the city, head to Rundle Mall, apedestrian-friendly locale with more than 700 retailers.
Head to Adelaide Hills, a picturesque wine region known for its pinot noir and Sauvignon Blanc. Only around 20 minutes away, the region is ideal forvineyard toursand wine tasting experiences; you can also visit the Cleland Conservation Park and Hahndorf Village andend the day with a magical sunset view at Mount Lofty.