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Adelaide City Highlights Tour
"In the morning board your coach for the Adelaide City Highlights Tour. Your guide will introduce you to this delightful city which is surrounded by parklands with a blend of historic buildings wide streets cafés and restaurants. Drive past Adelaide's cultural precinct - North Terrace the National Wine Centre Adelaide Botanic Gardens and the beautiful Botanic Park
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Adelaide Hills and Hahndorf Half-Day Tour from Adelaide
"Depart your city hotel for an afternoon tour of the Adelaide Hills. Drive down North Terrace - Adelaide’s cultural precinct - on the way to Mount Lofty Summit Adelaide’s highest peak. Take in the spectacular views of the city and the coastline - a perfect photo opportunity. Wind your way through the villages of Crafers Stirling Aldgate and Bridgewater passing the historic Bridgewater Mill and its water wheel  before arriving at Hahndorf Australia's oldest German settlement. Spend the afternoon exploring the main street
From AUD72.00
 
Ultimate Adelaide City and Hahndorf Tour
"In the morning board the coach for the Adelaide city highlights tour. Your guide will introduce you to this delightful city which is surrounded by parklands with a blend of historic buildings wide streets cafés and restaurants. Drive past Adelaide's cultural precinct - North Terrace the National Wine Centre Adelaide Botanic Gardens and the beautiful Botanic Park
From AUD123.00

Off to the beach we go! Day out to Glenelg

Pristine white sand; emerald green waters - that was what were attracting all the city-dwellers and visitors to these beach town, about 30 minutes away from Adelaide by tram. Come on a weekend and it...
xuessium
Dec 30, 2005

One of our best tourist spots.

Glenelg beach is a hive of activity at most times of the year.Its a great beach, where you can swim,fish or just sunbake.Jetty Rd offers fantastic shopping, so dont forget to take yourwallet!!!!There...
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adelaidean
Nov 22, 2005

Try the ferro roche gelati!

Since magic mountain closed down, there's not really not much to do for younger children but at glenelg beach the best things to do are fish, shop, eat and simply enjoy the scenery~ Its always a great...
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babii1icious
Nov 17, 2005

SWIM WITH DOLPHINS

Temptation Sailing offers a money back guarantee for their licensed swim with dolphins trips. They state that the average swim time is over 45 minutes, making this the most successful dolphin swim of...
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tigerjapan
Sep 10, 2005

Some good places to visit

Adelaide is not a very touristy place but there are a few popular places you may like to visit.Rundle Mall - a pedestrian street in the city centre - and Marion (Westfield Shopping Centre, kind of...
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Winged
Aug 29, 2005

Cute town, fun ride

From Victoria Square in Adelaide, you can catch an old trolley-train to Glenelge, by the ocean. There are plenty of shops and restaurants to keep one busy for half a day or so. We saw a movie at a fun...
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travelina
May 31, 2005

Beach resort with character

OK- the beach here is not quite up to the standard of some in WA, Queensland or even NSW but it is pretty good. But Glenelg has more to offer than just a great beach. It is a town with character and...
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John_Kaye
May 16, 2005

Beach suburb

Glenelg (a palindrome) is Adelaide's equivalent of Sydney's Manly or Perth's Fremantle. It's a beachside town that has all the relaxing diversions of a typical Australian seaside destinations. Jetty...
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Ramonq
Apr 16, 2005

Adelaide's Beachside Town !

Glenelg is a busy little town where you can relax on the beach, shop in the fashionable clothes and surf stores, and eat at one of the many restaurants or cafes either in the town itself, or at the...
grantravel
Feb 16, 2005

Bay Discovery Centre

Sorry about the doggy pic.My friend had actually scanned itvia using the negatives which can get quite tricky.Bay discovery centre demonstrates people at Genelg and its rich past history. Very...
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FOotFetish
Oct 03, 2003

Stuff

Adelaide is very green and has many parks so is a great place to chill out. Glenelg is the main beach, just out of town, but very popular.I visited the South Australia museun(free entry) and was very...
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littlebush
Sep 09, 2003

Heading to the beach........

Main beach getaway...Sorry folks.Didn't manage to scan the beach pic.But, to me, nothing much spectacular.Heaps of shops to walk around. Driving can be a far bit of mess as it merges together with the...
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FOotFetish
Aug 08, 2003
 
 
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Central Market

The official opening of the Adelaide Central Market was in January 1870. At that time, it was only open 2 days a week and sold fruit, vegetables, fish, game meats and hay, quite different to what is...
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Town Hall

This classically styled Victorian building, featuring Corinthian style ornamentation and built of local Tea Tree Gully freestone and Dry Creek bluestone, was designed by Edmund Wright, a former city...
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Haigh's Chocolates

High quality chocolates and Haigh's go hand in hand. Haighs was founded in Adelaide in 1915 by Alfred E. Haigh, and this shop on Beehive Corner in Rundle Mall was his first shop. Its decor remains as...
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Parliament House

This review is a hopefully logical continuation of my separate review on Old Parliament House – located adjacent to this building. If you have not read it, I suggest you have a look at it before...
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South Australian Museum

The South Australian Museum has a very nice collection of South Pacific (PNG, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Fiji etc) and Aborigines art and objects of daily life. Also a collection of stuffed animals,...
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Art Gallery of South Australia

The Art Gallery of South Australia has some quite nice paintings of Australian as well as European Painters. Free except for temporary exhibitions. It was opened in 1881 in two rooms of the public...
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