In between a pub and a night club. If you are staying on the beach side of the city and don't want to commute into the city, this is perfect. Always a crowd and rarely a line up. Music is good, big dance floor but can also sit down.
Seriously, I never club in adelaide.........didnlt manage to see any fancy clubs or whatever.
The best to enjoy your nightlife is just go over to some Booze shops, get a couple of bottles and crashed in at some friend's place.
Simple, no hassle when one gets drunk.
Therefore, no revoke of driving licence or getting speeding fines.
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Dress Code: Sleepwear is welcome too.
I've heard from friends that Adelaide has a good nightlife scene with great cafes, restaurants, bars, pubs, clubs, and raves.
Seeing that I was 7 years old the last time I visited, I didn't get the chance to partake in the 18+ scene, but I'd like to return and see Adelaide again.
O'Briens were the host pub for the Barmy Army following the England Cricket tour of Australia in 2002-03. In Adelaide we had live bands, pool competitions, barbecues, $3 curries and discos until 3am. All this in a building rich in charm and character, with lots of wooden fittings, a low ceiling and other exciting fire hazards. A great atmosphere guaranteed.
Dress Code: Dress code? What's that?
i will put this club first, as it is probably the one i know best. if anyone tries to tell you that Proscenium is a goth club, DO NOT LISTEN. it was considered one at one point, but these days the focus is more on 80s and alternative music. there are occasionally 'Goth Balls' (usually held on the Sunday of long weekends), but this only ups the quota of goth music a little. there are quite a few goths who do still go to Proscenium though, giving it that 'darker' atmosphere i guess. you will undoubtedly hear some Siouxsie & The Banshees, and if you are after some more well known goth music - Bauhaus, Sisters of Mercy etc. - you are more than likely going to hear it... of course requesting the artists will usually make sure of this! drinks are usually cheap, although i'd steer clear of the beer unless you're on a really strict budget. the toilets are also a little on the dodgy side, if you can hang on, good for you
$5 entry most nights, and you might lucky enough to catch a few bands downstairs.
Dress Code: anything usually goes, but if you want to avoid ridicule i would avoid wearing anything that screams 'I LOVE BRITTANY SPEARS' etc.
I think that if you are under the legal drinking age ( 18 ) it is very easy to get into 'the Planet', which is a really cool nightclub with cheap drinks on wednesday nights, or to 'The Players Bar' which is also really cool, but not so easy to get into ( and it is free). If you are over 18 'Heaven' is great and a couple of the big pubs like 'The Stag' or 'The Royal' ( it also has cheap drinks)
The Planet is great because on wednesday nights they have 50 cent beers and 1 dollar champagnes from 9-10 and from 12-1 they have 2:50 base spirits. wednesday night at the planet is called 'Planet Disco' where they play all 80's and 90's music, its great. Friday night is good if you like techno, it is called Greed and they sometimes give out free planet dollars that you can buy drinks with.
Dress Code: No Jeans. Pretty dressy if you want to pick up.
My son's account of Nightlife :-)) Ohhhh.....Yeahhh.... :-))
Darley's Oyster Bar---- and.. Diamonds on Light Square
Dress Code: Dress to impress, or Casual.
the night life in Mt Gambier is mostly done done by the wildlife.This is the blue lakes of mt gambier see even in south australia there are nice things to look at in my lucky country
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