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New Years Eve in Adelaide - What to do?

by lovinoz

Any suggestions for something unique and exciting to do in the Adelaide area for New Years Eve? We still have not made plans ... oops. :)

Cheers,
Daniele

Re: New Years Eve in Adelaide - What to do?

by Diceman_

Set off an illegal fireworks display in your backyard. :)

Re: New Years Eve in Adelaide - What to do?

by jaqs

Hi...Glad to hear you are loving Oz (Australia)! I would suggest some of the following for a full New Years Eve in Adelaide.
* Go out for dinner at one of the vast array of Asian restaurants in Gouger Street or attached (China Town). Most reasonable prices and excellent cuisine.
* Walk down King William Street past Parliament House to the Festival Theatre and sit in the parklands (well lit) by the River Torrens. Quite often they have fireworks there on the night.
* Alternatively after dining in Gouger Street, walk back to Victoria Square and catch one of the new trams to Mosely Square, Glenelg. There is always a huge gathering down by the ocean at Glenelg for New Years Eve. There are wine bars right down at the sea front or you may even choose to go ***** star and go into the Hotel on the beach right near the jetty. A walk along the beach is more than romantic and you will be able to view the fireworks all along the seascape from the southern to the northern beaches.

I wish you a very Happy New Year.

Re: New Years Eve in Adelaide - What to do?

by jaqs

Doh! Just realised you are both from Adelaide and would already know what I had typed out for you re New Year ... Anyway... I would be interested if there is an Adelaide VT get-together. Let me know the date please.

Jacqui

Re: New Years Eve in Adelaide - What to do?

by lovinoz

Hi, thanks for the info! :) Yep, I live in Glenelg hehe. Glad to see you RsVPed for the VT meeting next week, looking forward to meeting you. Have a great one! :)

Re: New Years Eve in Adelaide - What to do?

by Diceman_

For the record I was hoping my comment would get you (as an American) to say something about the unavailability of fireworks here.

Re: New Years Eve in Adelaide - What to do?

by lovinoz

LOL yep, not as easy to get them here as in Florida where there are huge warehouses full of them anyone can buy.

Travel Tips for Adelaide

Rich area.

by a5floor

Every city has it's rich area or street. The first 2 photo's I attached are from the richest street of Adelaide. The other 2 photo's I attached are from the house of the tennis player Lleyton Hewitt (bought it for $3.2 million).

People are generally friendly...

by mel_p

People are generally friendly and helpful. No need to tip. Restaurants are generally of very good standard and are very reasonably priced. Highest restaurant per capita in Australia- many and varied to choose from.

Sea kayaing around the mangroves

by Dxenion

There are a couple of Sea Kayak tour companies (found in the Yellow Pages) that offer guided tours in and around the extensive mangrove coastline only 30 minutes from the city. If you're lucky, you may even see the famous wild Port River Dolphins at sunrise or sunset. I spend alot of time in my kayak around these parts, launching from either Port Adelaide or St Kilda. Contact me via email if you'd like more information.

Three popular shopping spots

by Winged

I don't know much about the northern suburbs, but I can tell you three places I go - Jetty Road, in Glenelg, by the beach. Rundle Mall, a pedestrian street, in the city centre. Marion, aka Westfield Shopping Centre, an indoor mall building.

Of the three, Jetty Road is the least effective for serious shopping; it's mostly smaller stores, not so good for clothes shopping, and it's more popular because it's near the beach than because the shopping is sensational. Marion is popular as it also has a large movie theatre and a few other fun things (bowling, video games). Rundle Mall has the virtues of both - it's outside and fairly pleasant to walk down, like Jetty Road, and it has quite a lot of stores, including large department stores, like Marion. Are there any special items to be acquired in Adelaide? Adelaide's shopping isn't that great - I mean, the prices are reasonable but there's nothing you *must* buy in Adelaide that you can't get somewhere else for a similar price. It depends where you go. Even on just one street, like Rundle Mall, there's a lot of variety - you could pay AU$150 for a top in one store and AU$10 for a similar top in a nearby store. It all depends on what store it is, whether there are sales... I, personally, tend to pay between $3 and $40 for my items of clothing and shoes, but then I'm a cheapskate and would never dream of shopping in one of the pricey places. ^_^.

Live Music: The Gov

by Helium_Teapot about The Govenor Hindmarsh

Genre: world /folk /indie /alt.rock /Jazz /Blues.

Huge band room often showcasing international acts, also has balcony bar and front bar for smaller acts.

Has won many awards for it's commitment to live music scene.
Rumoured to do great wood oven Pizzas, beer on tap.

Cover charge varies for band room and sometimes good idea to pre-purchase tickets to more popular acts. Casual

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