Directors Studio Hotel

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

259 Gouger St, Adelaide, South Australia, 5000, Australia
BreakFree Director's Studios
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 35% less and rated 12% higher than other 3.5 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Hahndorf Tours

by travelbugau

Hi, wanting to do a half day tour to Hahndorf in the morning, but can only find tours that go in the afternoon. Does anybody know of any tours to Hahndorf that go in the morning?

Re: Hahndorf Tours

by balhannah

If you can't find a half day tour, what about a full day one that visits very nice places in south australia, including Hahndorf, I can tell you that it is a scenic & interesting tour.
See the website

If you just wish to see Hahndorf, there really isn't a need for a tour. It is a German town, which is great for wandering around on your own. Buses go two per hour,Routes 840 & 864..check out the website for details.

have a great time!

Re: Hahndorf Tours

by buffybird

Hey Janet, why not just hire a car, driving around adelaide is much easier then perth and you could see a lot in one day. We just got back from adelaide at the beginning of June and in one day we drove the 20 mins it takes to Hahndorf, walked up and down the street, then went onto Birdwood probably about 20-30 mins from hahndorf, Here you can visit the National Motor Museam, I know it can sound boring from a female point of view but we loved it. Not only did it have real old cars but it had modern and last of the run manufactured ones also. Definately worth it. Then take a scenic, winding drive back to adelaide, stopping in at the largest rocking horse in the world.

An hour of easy driving and lots to see,

Cheers Heather

Travel Tips for Adelaide

Adelaide's Wonderful Botanic Gardens

by pchamlis


We love beautiful and well-maintained botanic gardens. Upon first arriving in Australia, we spent many hours wandering in and around the Botanic Gardens in Sydney. And while the Sydney greenspace was wonderful, I perhaps think I liked the one in Adelaide even more. It was, in many ways, more intimate, and felt a bit more historic. I remember one marker by a huge palm tree that indicated that it had been planted by Queen Mary on a 1901 Adelaide visit.

I think that the climate of southern Australia, which includes a bit more rainfall, lends itself well to the establishment of a thriving botanic garden. Plant species from literally the four corners of the earth are alive and well at the edge of downtown Adelaide. I particularly was impressed with the tropical rainforest species resident in the beautiful Bicentennial Conservatory. (see photo)

If you enjoy nature, and a peaceful afternoon, spend a few hours in the Royal Botanic Garden of Adelaide. And at some point, slide to the garden's edge, where you can find the Australia Wine Growers' Association edifice. Nothing like a little wine-tasting session to enhance a lovely afternoon amid the greenery. Another good idea is to have lunch at the Botanic Gardens Restaurant (phone 08 8223 3526...sorry no photos, we didn't eat there ourselves).

Directions? From the center of town (Victoria Square), head north to North Terrace. Turn right. As you proceed east, you'll pass the South Australia Museum and the Art Gallery of South Australia on the left. Soon after that, you'll see the entrance to the Botanic Gardens.

The park is open Monday-Friday from 8 am until sundown, and Saturday-Sunday from 9 am until sundown.

You can schedule FREE guided walks for groups of 5 or more by calling 08 8226 8803

Other contacts:
telephone 08 8222 9311
fax 08 8222 9399 It's always a hoot to be far from home and find a plant or tree (in a botanic garden) that you'd consider totally common in your homeland being treated as an exotic species. : )

And, I don't think I've ever seen so many large trees without a single squirrel in sight.

Adelaide Tip

by margaretvn

Perhaps not my fondest memory, but one that always brings a smile to our faces.... We were travelling around the world and flew first to Hong Kong, then spent some time in Sydney before moving onto Adelaide. We were already having problems with jet lag I think!! We booked into a hotel and unpacked. Koos then noticed that the alarm clock was wrong compared to his watch so he changed the alarm clock. It was only later when we went out to get some groceries that we saw that the time on the hotel clock was correct and we realised that we had entered another time zone!!! - the shops had shut by that time.

Sir Don Bradman museum

by Ramonq

It's a museum for the great Aussie cricketer, Sir Don Bradman. If you want to learn more about this venerated man (almost God-like in Australia), then pop over to this shrine/museum which houses the late Sir Don's memorabila and focuses on his sporting prowess. footleg

Kuitpo Forest

by Diceman_

Kuitpo (pronounced kai-po) Forest is situated about 40 km South-East of the city centre. It consists of a number of individual plantation forests near the towns of Meadows and Kangarilla. Densely packed Pine and Eucalyptus trees are to be found, bordered by farmland and Vineyards. There are walking trails and evenly spaced dirt roads to walk on.
Any of the various sections is worth exploring, there is a campground along Razorback Road (not covered by UBD maps) which has a pit toilet and a small cottage for hire.

From South Road, turn onto Chandlers Hill Road, and follow the road signs to Clarendon and then Meadows.

Exeter Popular pub

by hennanights about Rundle Street

Exeter is a very popular East End icon and it can be hard to get through the door on a friday night. they normal have a live band of some discription on the weekends. After great pub to seat yourself outside and watch the people go by. Casual


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Address: 259 Gouger St, Adelaide, South Australia, 5000, Australia