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Adelaide:

Population: 1,203,873 (2010) (5th)
Density: 659/km  (1,706.8/sq mi) (2006)
Established: 28 December 1836
Area: 1826.9 km (705.4 sq mi)
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Summer (DST)
ACST (UTC+9:30) ACDT (UTC+10:30)
Location:
  • 729 km (453 mi) NW of Melbourne
  • 1191 km (740 mi) West of Canberra
  • 1408 km (875 mi) West of Sydney
  • 1969 km (1,223 mi) SW of Brisbane
  • 2700 km (1,678 mi) East of Perth
  • Local Government Area: 18
    Mean max temp Mean min temp Annual rainfall
    22.1 °C 12.1 °C 545.3 mm
    Adelaide in 1839, looking south-east from North Terrace

    Adelaide is the capital and most populous city of the Australian state of South Australia, and is the fifth-largest city in Australia. Adelaide has an estimated population of more than 1.28 million. The adjectival form "Adelaidean" is used in reference to the city and its residents.

    Adelaide is a coastal city situated on the eastern shores of Gulf St Vincent, on the Adelaide Plains, north of the Fleurieu Peninsula, between Gulf St Vincent and the low-lying Mount Lofty Ranges. The suburbs reach roughly 20 km from the coast to the foothills but sprawl 100 km from Gawler at its northern extent to Sellicks Beach in the south.

    Named in honour of Queen Adelaide, the German-born consort of King William IV, the city was founded in 1836 as the planned capital for a freely settled British province in Australia. Colonel William Light, one of Adelaide's founding fathers, designed the city and chose its location close to the River Torrens in the area originally inhabited by the Kaurna people. Light's design set out Adelaide in a grid layout, interspaced by wide boulevards and large public squares, and entirely surrounded by parkland. Early Adelaide was shaped by religious freedom and a commitment to political progressivism and civil liberties, which led to the moniker "City of Churches".

    As South Australia's seat of government and commercial centre, Adelaide is the site of many governmental and financial institutions. Most of these are concentrated in the city centre along the cultural boulevard of North Terrace, King William Street and in various districts of the metropolitan area. Today, Adelaide is noted for its many festivals and sporting events, its food, wine and culture, its long beachfronts, and its large defence and manufacturing sectors. It ranks highly in terms of liveability, being listed in the Top 10 of The Economist's World's Most Liveable Cities index in 2010 and being ranked the most liveable city in Australia by the Property Council of Australia in 2011.

    Coorong National Park Wildlife Cruise from Goolwa Including Lunch more_vert
    $130.00 AUD Book
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    Cruise into the Coorong National Park, pass through locks and barrages and past the mouth of the Murray River. Along the way see a Coorong seal colony, take a guided bush tucker walk, dig for cockles and visit an Aboriginal midden site. Your 6.5-hour cruise includes lunch and morning and afternoon tea and offers spectacular scenery and the opportunity to get up-close to the native wildlife.

    Enjoy a 6.5-hour expedition into the Coroong National Park, Lower Lakes and Murray Mouth area aboard a 16 seater passenger vessel with morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea provided.

    Depart the Goolwa Wharf heading upstream to Clayton, passing through Duck's Hospital while enjoying morning tea. Then pass Lake Alexandrina as you head to the hand operated lock at Tauwitchere Barrage.

    Stop for lunch at Cattle Point in the beautiful Coorong National Park where you’ll learn some of the Aboriginal Ngarrindjeri history and visit ancient midden sites. Continue towards the Murray Mouth and stop at either Barker's Knoll for a walk through the sand dunes to the spectacular Southern Ocean beach, where you can try digging for cockles (during season) and learn about native bush tucker from your experienced guide.

    Once back on board, cruise past the Mighty Murray Mouth and arrive at the Goolwa Barrage where you’ll have the opportunity to get up close to New Zealand fur seals before returning to the Goolwa wharf. This is the only cruise to circumnavigate Hindmarsh Island. With guided walks, seal colony, prolific birdlife, and commentary on board, this will be a trip to remember.

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    Waitpinga Farm Quad-Bike Tour more_vert
    $70.00 AUD Book
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    Waitpinga Farm offers 1- and 1.5-hour guided quad-bike tours around 400 acres (160 hectares) of historical farming land in South Australia. In a setting between two fishing and surfing beaches, Waitpinga and Parsons, you'll drive an ATV across the natural terrain, sandy tracks, and creeks of the property. Enjoy the fresh country air while experiencing a little adrenaline rush. Select a morning or afternoon tour time and duration when booking.

    Owned and operated by the same family since 1856, Waitpinga Farm is mainly used for sheep and wool production and has a heritage-listed shearing shed. Its 400 acres are also excellent terrain for quad biking.

    Start on the practice track to make sure you understand how to control your quad bike. Once you and your guide are confident with the group's progress, set out to explore the farm, enjoying the beautiful countryside landscape with views of the ocean and farm animals. You may also have possible sightings of other native animals. As you traverse grassy hills and plains and plunge across creeks, relish the wind in your hair and the thrill of operating your own ATV. Your guide is on hand to help you whenever possible.

    No experience is necessary, and everyone is encouraged to give it a try.

    • $70.00
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    Murray River Lunch Cruise by Paddle Wheeler from Murray Bridge more_vert
    $64.90 AUD Book
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    Take a 3-hour cruise by paddle wheeler on the Murray River. After departure from Murray Bridge Main Wharf, enjoy a 2-course lunch and take in the untamed natural beauty of the Murray River.

    Explore the vast and natural beauty that is our River Murray by traditional paddle wheeler. The boat is fully decked out with a period styled dining area and bar.

    Enjoy a delicious 2-course lunch as you cruise slowly past the majestic scenery of the Murray River and see the wildlife of the Murray in all its untamed natural beauty.

    You'll cruise past towering cliffs of rock and sandstone, and other wonderful scenery as you take in the fresh air on the deck outside the dining room. Along the way, you'll learn of the wonderful history of the area as you relax in comfort. This is a unique experience that will be both fun and memorable.

    • $64.90
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    Murray River Morning or Afternoon Tea Cruise by Paddle Wheeler from Murray Bridge more_vert
    $38.50 AUD Book
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    Enjoy a delicious morning or afternoon tea with scones as you cruise slowly on the Murray River. Take in the majestic scenery and see the wildlife of the River Murray in all its untamed natural beauty.

    Your 1.5-hour morning or afternoon tea cruise departs from Main Wharf Murray Bridge on either a Thursday or Sunday. As you enjoy the delicious morning or afternoon tea you'll explore the vast and natural beauty that is our River Murray by traditional paddle wheeler. The boat is fully decked out with a period styled dining area and bar.

    You’ll cruise past towering cliffs of rock and sandstone, and other wonderful scenery as you take in the fresh air on the deck outside the dining room. Learn of the wonderful history of the area as you relax in comfort with a unique cruising experience that will be both fun and memorable.

    • $38.50
    • query_builder 90 minutes
    • flight_takeoff Murray Bridge, South Australia
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    Adelaide Central Markets Breakfast Tour more_vert
    $75.00 AUD Book
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    Experience the best of Adelaide Central Market's on this 2-hour tour. Home to over 80 product stalls, Adelaide Central Markets have become a 'Foodie Heaven' located conveniently in the heart of the city. Discover the history of the markets as your guide takes you on an in-depth tour and local gourmet tastings along the way.

    Meet your guide in the center of the Central Markets before departing on your 2-hour tour. First up, enjoy a delicious light breakfast at an iconic market store before immersing yourself in the atmosphere as you wander through the many produce stalls. You'll be amazed at the incredible assortment of irresistible fresh product, gourmet foods as well as native and exotic delights along the way.

    Gain the perfect insight into the vibrant multicultural influences and passion for fresh food held by the Adelaide locals.

    Let your taste buds will come alive as you sample coffee beans, nuts, yoghurt, fruits and succulent meats along the way. Gain an insiders look into the local area as you chat with the locals before finishing up with the best chocolates in Adelaide.

    • $75.00
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    Small Group Adelaide Hills and Hahndorf Hideaway Tour from Adelaide more_vert
    $165.00 AUD Book
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    Experience the stunning Adelaide Hills on this day trip from Adelaide. Taste some of Adelaide Hills incredible wines and explore the Australia’s oldest German Town, Handorf. Visit Beerenberg Strawberry Farm, Melba’s Chocolate Factory as well as Woodside Cheese for delicious tastings.

    After meeting your guide at your centrally located Adelaide CBD or Glenelg Hotels, travel approximately 30-minutes towards Mt Lofty. Here you can stand at the highest point in the southern Mount Lofty Ranges and look back east to the city of Adelaide.

    Your first stop will be at Woodside Cheese for a delicious cheese tasting. Enjoy some of Adelaide’s finest cheeses as you savor the taste of Woodside’s incredible cheeses. Make sure to taste their award winning cow and goat milk cheese.

    For those with a sweet tooth, Melba’s Chocolate Factory is sure to please you. Here you’ll see the array of delicious chocolate and candy and have the opportunity to purchase any treats before heading to your first wine tasting.

    Next, visit two of Adelaide Hills popular wineries where you will discover the history of the area as well as get the opportunity to taste some of their delicious wines.

    Now that you’ve worked up and appetite, you’re sure to enjoy your 2-course pub lunch with a complimentary beer or wine in the German town of Hahndorf. You’ll then have approximately 45-minutes to explore the historical town on your own before heading to Beerenberg Strawberry Farm.

    Famous for their homemade jams, jellies and dessert sauces, Beerenberg Strawberry Farm offers a range of incredible flavors and unique products you won’t find anywhere else. Here, you can also purchase any of the goods on offer to take home with you.

    Your next stop will be your final winery for the day where you will enjoy another delicious wine tasting before making your way back to your Adelaide CBD Hotel.

    • $165.00
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    McLaren Vale Winery Small Group Tour from Adelaide Including Wine Tasting and Lunch more_vert
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    Enjoy a relaxed and unhurried small group tour with a maximum of 10 people as you visit the stunning McLaren Vale; a relaxed 45-minute drive south of Adelaide. Throughout your day, visit five different wineries and enjoy a delicious lunch.

    Depart the city towards Glenelg taking in the stunning coastal route to the Fleurieu Peninsular. Enjoy a relaxing drive down the beautiful mid south coast with its glistening visas of the Gulf St Vincent and pristine beaches awarding your arrival at the first legendary Cellar door of the day.

    Visit two more beautiful wineries steeped in history with your friendly knowledgeable guide, who will introduce you to the knowledgeable staff who will guide you through each wine tasting experience.

    Enjoy a delicious lunch waiting for you at the Winery Restaurant before you head out for the afternoon to take on your last two wineries. Drive though the ‘Vale’ to visit the two last cellar doors, passing rolling vistas of vineyards along the way before your return back to Adelaide.

    Wineries you may visit: d’Arenberg Wines, Serafino Wines of McLaren Vale, Leconfield McLaren Vale Cellar Door, Paxton Wines, Wirra Wirra Winery, Kay Brothers Amery Vineyards, Angove's Winery, Chapel Hill Winery or Fox Creek Wines.  (Depending on availability of the day)

    • $165.00
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    Adelaide Chocolate and Coffee Tour more_vert
    $90.00 AUD Book
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    Come and unearth Adelaide's indulging passion for chocolate and coffee delights with a tour of some of the most delightful chocolate and coffee producers in the city!

    The tour starts at Adelaide's Central Markets to immerse yourself in the vibe and culture of Adelaide foodies heaven.  There is plenty of time to try some of the gourmet delights including some chocolate stops before heading to Rundle Mall.  

    Put your walking shoes on to discover the chocolate and coffee trail.  Learn how chocolate is made from the raw bean to the addictive final product. Enjoy chocolates and coffees from purveyors and baristas that will leave you bursting for more. 

    This is the perfect way to explore Adelaide City and the Adelaide Central Markets.

    • $90.00
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    Northern Barossa Valley Small Group Day Trip from Adelaide or Glenelg more_vert
    $180.00 AUD Book
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    Enjoy a relaxed and unhurried small group tour with a maximum of 10 people as you visit the the world famous Barossa Valley wine region; approximately 1-hour 15-minute drive north of Adelaide. Throughout your day, you'll visit four different wineries and enjoy a delicious lunch.

    This world renowned wine region is a must see for wine lovers visiting Adelaide. Full of history, this region is home to over 80 Cellar Doors.  Visit one of the oldest vineyards in the world, with Shiraz vines planted in 1843 (that’s over 170-years old). Enjoy up to five wineries / Cellar Doors and be guided through the wine tasting experience by passionate vignerons. 

    Two wine regions combined make up the Barossa Valley; Eden Valley for amazing Riesling and cool climate wines and the Barossa Valley, home to some of the world’s best Shiraz as well as Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon, Mataro, Semillon and Chardonnay.  Barossa also has a long relationship with fortified wines with many Cellar Doors offering outstanding tawny port! 

    A delicious 2-course lunch with choice of meal and a glass of wine is included.

    • $180.00
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    Langhorne Creek Wine Region Small Group Day Trip from Adelaide or Glenelg more_vert
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    Enjoy a relaxed and unhurried small group tour with a maximum of 10 people. Langhorne Creek is South Australia’s undiscovered wine region, approximately a 1-hour drive South East of Adelaide.

    Visit the National Trust listed winery - Bleasdale Vineyards to see their huge red gum basket press. Frank Potts' greatest achievement was a basket press, constructed in 1862 using a ten metre, 3.5 tonne red gum tree as a lever rather than the traditional screw mechanism. Frank claimed the technology, which he had first observed in Portugal, provided a slower, more gradual pressing of the grapes without any mechanical intervention.

    Unique to Langhorne Creek is Cleggett winery -  taste the only white Cabinet Sauvignon wine in the world! (Open only on Weekends).  A chance discovery on a Cabernet Sauvignon vine in 1977 has resulted in two of Australia’s newest and most exciting grape varieties – the White Cabernet Sauvignon we call Shalistin and the Bronze Cabernet Sauvignon we call Malian.

    Lake Breeze Wines where you consume the most delectable lunch, as they say ‘fit for a King’. Their fantastic menu features regional platters and seasonal soups & pies.

    Enjoy Bremerton Wines and soak up the ambience of the historic stone barn cellar door or Angus Plains to enjoy a beautiful selection of unique wines.

    With your indulgence comparatively concluded your passage back to your lodgings’ takes in the Southern Lofty Ranges scenic drive, where you’ll experience the quaint villages of Strathalbyn, Meadows and Clarendon. You will see the view of Adelaide from the hills - and beautiful she is, before arriving ‘back in town.

    • $165.00
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    Private Tour: Barossa Valley and Adelaide Hills Intimate Wineries Tour more_vert
    $900.00 AUD Book
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    The price quoted includes up to 6 guests. Take an intimate and informative private tour through the Adelaide Hills and Barossa Valley wine regions. Your knowledgeable guide will show the best of what South Australia has to offer. You’ll visit both iconic and boutique wineries and local attractions including Hahndorf, Australia’s oldest surviving settlement. The wineries visited will be matched with your individual tastes.

    Depart Adelaide and travel through the Adelaide Hills where you'll find South Australia's oldest wine region. Enjoy cool climate wines as you visit some of the region’s best wineries for tastings including Bridgewater Mill where you’ll also see the historic old flour mill known as the ‘Old Rumber. In the Adelaide Hills you’ll also visit Mount Lofty summit to take in the panoramic views over Adelaide.

    Next, stop in Hahndorf, Australia’s oldest surviving German settlement. There is time to take a break or take a stroll through the village.

    Continue to the Barossa, located just 70km northwest of Adelaide. In the Barossa, visit a variety of iconic wineries. Taste the full bodied wine from some of the oldest vines in the world. Of course, with great wine comes great food, and lunch can be arranged at a key iconic venue within the region (at own expense) but make sure you leave enough time to sample some of the locally produced delights throughout the day. Rich with European heritage the Barossa was first established in 1842 by immigrants from England, Germany and Silesia, Barossa is often compared to the Bordeaux, Napa and Tuscany Wine Regions.

    These regions are also home to a range of gourmet food producers and antique wares, throughout the day you will see fascinating road-side stalls and farmers’ markets.

    • $900.00
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    Adelaide Shore Excursion: Adelaide City Tour by Private Limo more_vert
    $900.00 AUD Book
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    The price quoted includes up to 6 guests. Your guide will introduce you to city of Adelaide, surrounded by park-lands with a blend of historic buildings, wide streets, cafes and restaurants. Drive past Adelaide's cultural precinct - North Terrace, other sites you will encounter on the way is The National Wine Centre. Adelaide Botanic Gardens and the beautiful Botanic Park, home to the Bicentennial Conservatory and the Adelaide Zoo, visit the iconic St Peters Cathedral and the newly developed Adelaide Oval. The next stop is Haigh's Chocolates for a tour and tastings at this South Australian owned company. Arrive at Hahndorf for a snack or afternoon tea or for a taste of traditional German beer at Adelaide’s oldest German settlement. Spend the afternoon exploring the main street, and check out the local arts and crafts.

    In the morning, your guide will introduce you to city, surrounded by parklands with a blend of historic buildings, wide streets, cafés and restaurants. Drive past Adelaide's cultural precinct - North Terrace, other sites we will encounter on the way is The National Wine Centre. You'll have free time to explore the iconic building with the opportunity to purchase morning tea at the café or taste wine from the extensive Australian collection. Adelaide Botanic Gardens and the beautiful Botanic Park, home to the Bicentennial Conservatory and the Adelaide Zoo. Continue through to historic North Adelaide. Stop and visit the iconic St Peters Cathedral and the newly developed Adelaide Oval. The next stop is Haigh's Chocolates for tastings of this famous South Australian icon.

    Your afternoon tour commences with a scenic drive to Mount Lofty Summit (710 metres above sea level) is the highest point in the southern Mount Lofty Ranges. Take in the spectacular views of the city and the coastline - a perfect photo opportunity. Visit Bridgewater Mill historic old Water driven flour mill, known as the ‘Old Rumbler’ before arriving at Hahndorf for a snack or afternoon tea or for a taste of traditional German beer at Adelaide’s oldest German settlement. Spend the afternoon exploring the main street, and check out the local arts and crafts. 

    Please note: Haigh's Chocolates factory tour and tastings does not operate on Sundays and South Australian Public Holidays therefore the itinerary will be changed on these dates.

    • $900.00
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    Private Tour: Barossa Valley Indulgence Day Trip from Adelaide Including Make Your Own Blend Experience more_vert
    $1075.00 AUD Book
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    The price quoted includes up to 6 guests. This wine tour is a cut above the rest; it gives a great opportunity to match chocolates with unique wine and teaches you what really goes on behind the doors in the makings of wine. Choco Vino experience at Hahndorf Hill Winery matches there boutique wines to the world's most acclaimed chocolate; it’s a global adventure for chocoholics. If you've ever sat with a glass of wine and thought 'I could do better!' then here is your chance. Become a master winemaker for the day with an experience especially designed for discerning wine-lovers with Make Your Own Blend experience in Penfolds laboratory in the Barossa Valley.

    At Penfolds’ you have the opportunity to become a “Master Winemaker for the Day” discover the philosophy and spirit behind discover the philosophy and spirit behind  through the Make Your Own Blend experience especially designed for discerning wine-lovers. Alternatively, you can experience 'A Taste of Grange', featuring a selection of Penfolds renowned wines, including a selection of their world-acclaimed wines including their flagship wines - Grange.

    Participate in the exceptional ChocoVino experience at Hahndorf Hill Winery which involves matching their boutique wines to the world's most acclaimed chocolates - it’s a global adventure for chocoholics. In the Barossa, taste the full bodied wines from some of the oldest Shiraz and Cabernet vines in the world.

    • $1075.00
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    Private McLaren Vale Intimate Winery Day Trip from Adelaide more_vert
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    The price quoted includes up to 6 guests. McLaren Vale, where the vines meet the sea. Only a 30-minute drive from Adelaide, this beautiful wine Mecca province has a Mediterranean climate and is arguably one of the premier Shiraz growing regions in the world. A tiny piece of paradise with two passions ‘food and wine’. Driving over the first row of hills, you will be met by a vista of undulating vineyards with the backdrop of the picturesque wave-like Mt Lofty Ranges rolling to the sea. Every tour is tailored to suit the individual and focuses on visiting niche, boutique wineries as well as major iconic vineyards and main regional attractions.

    Your tour will include both iconic and boutique wineries as well as local attractions and points of interest. When you first meet your driver guide, they will ask what interests you most and adapt a plan that is tailored to you. Explore exceptional new flavors, learn about the intricate process and revel in the stunning landscape.

    Some of the recommended venues you have to choose from on the day may include:

    d'Arenberg
    d’Arenberg is a family-owned winery, operating for over 100 years. The whole range of internationally acclaimed wine is made using traditional methods in the winery and vineyard.

    Fox Creek Wines
    Taste award winning wines whilst enjoying one of the bi-monthly art exhibitions hosted at Fox Creek Cellar Door. The grounds are also scattered with Robin Turner's amazing sculptural works, including the barrel bi plane.

    Wirra Wirra
    McLaren Vale is where the majority of fruit is sourced for crafting Wirra Wirra’s famous red wines, but they also source premium white grapes from a select group of vineyards in the Adelaide Hills, a cooler climate grape growing region, to make an award winning sauvignon blanc, riesling and chardonnay.
    • $900.00
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    Adelaide City Tour by Pedicab more_vert
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    Traverse space and time, journey roads less-traveled and navigate the familiar in a novel way. This intimate, eco-tourism experience of Adelaide on an EcoCaddy is sure to deliver.

    Be liberated as you roll where others can't, experience the air on your face, witness the moving surroundings, the hustle and bustle of the city and breathe the scent of Adelaide; its produce, cuisine and more.

    In your EcoCaddy, your rider guide will have unrivaled ability to ride the footpaths, cycle-ways, parkways, lane ways, courts of this city and more. Be moved as you detox traffic, quit congestion, omit the routine and permit curiosity to take hold as you encounter landscapes, architecture and history in this truly unique eco-friendly, cycling tour. There is no experience like it.

    Roll with your rider guide to discover the highlights of the Adelaide's central business district (CBD) and what makes it fun. This tour gives you a look at a large proportion of the CBD allowing one to quickly understand it's make up and orientate themselves to it's key attractions. Perfect for new comers or return visitors that need an update on all the city's happenings.

    • $80.00
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    Urban Adelaide Green Tour by Pedicab more_vert
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    Traverse space and time, journey roads less-traveled and navigate the familiar in a novel way. This intimate, eco-tourism experience of Adelaide on an EcoCaddy is sure to deliver.

    Be liberated as you roll where others can't, experience the air on your face, witness the moving surroundings, the hustle and bustle of the city and breathe the scent of Adelaide; its produce, cuisine and more. In your EcoCaddy, your rider guide will have unrivalled ability to ride the footpaths, cycleways, parkways, laneways, courts of this city and more. Be moved as you detox traffic, quit congestion, omit the routine and permit curiosity to take hold as you encounter landscapes, architecture and history in this truly unique eco-friendly, cycling tour. There is no experience like it.

    1 Hour Tour
    A 1-hour getaway and cosmopolitan escape to the urban greenery that characterizes Adelaide. Venture through the cycle-dedicated Adelaide Parklands Trail on a route that will encounter Adelaide's parks, gardens and more. Navigate the urban as we return on a city route including vogue streets such as Halifax. This tour provides an informative, fun and curiosity-filled hour suitable for those who are new to Adelaide as well as residents.

    2 Hour Tour
    This 2-hour journey offers an unmatched opportunity to encounter Adelaide's green belt in the most incomparable of ways. Highlights include the gardens of the Southern greenbelt, the Riverbank Precinct and the historic Adelaide Gaol. In addition to these attractions, this tour ventures to lesser frequented expanses of the parklands resulting in a comprehensive, insightful and fun experience. This engaging tour is certain to delight residents of Adelaide and visitors alike.

    • $80.00
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    Adelaide Oval Stadium Tour more_vert
    $22.00 AUD Book
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    Go behind-the-scenes at the Adelaide Oval to the inner workings of this iconic ground. You will be guided through the stadium by an expert volunteer guide whose passion for the oval is infectious and their stories captivating.

    The redeveloped Adelaide Oval offers a unique blend of new and old, carefully integrating the latest in stadium design with famous features such as the heritage scoreboard, century-old Moreton Bay Fig trees, the grassed northern mound and more. These elements form an embedded museum, with integrated points of interest and historical features bringing the whole stadium to life.

    Access restricted areas and experience the thunderous roar of the crowd as you take to the ground through the interactive player’s race. See where some of the world’s greatest bands have entertained sold-out crowds and step inside living history as you explore inside the iconic scoreboard.

    Adelaide Oval Tours are led by expert volunteer guides who will share captivating tales of new and old Adelaide Oval. Each guide has their own unique stories and tour paths change seasonally - there’s always a new experience waiting to be had!

    The tours last approximately 90 minutes at a steady walking pace and may include the use of steps, stairs, ramps, escalators and lifts. Comfortable walking shoes and weather appropriate clothes are strongly recommended as the path includes external areas.

    While at the Oval, take time to wander through the famed Bradman Collection, on loan from the State Library of South Australia. The Collection follows Sir Donald Bradman’s progress from club cricketer to the international stage. It explores his major role in cricket administration and provides glimpses of the family man and all-round sportsman.

    The Bradman Collection is open Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm and is free for the public to view.

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    Adelaide City Food and Street Art Walking Tour more_vert
    $100.00 AUD Book
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    Enjoy a 3.5 hour food and street art walking tour of Adelaide CBD with your local guide. Discover a mix of history and modern day quirky street art as you venture through the streets of Adelaide tasting a number of gourmet sweet and savory snacks along the way. Stop for a delicious lunch in one of the local cafes or restaurants before finishing your walking tour.

    Departing from the East End, your local guide will begin your 3.5 hour walking tour taking you through the highlights of the city.

    Winding your way around the Adelaide CBD, feast on scrumptious delights while being shown some of the quirkier sights of Adelaide. Experience everything from savory snacks to gourmet sweets along the way as your local guide takes you through popular local food hubs and cafes.

    Your local guide aims to support the small local cafes and restaurants that are off the beaten track, featuring utterly sumptuous food made with local ingredients. You will learn about Adelaide's street art, history and a number of interesting facts along the way.

    This tour caters for all dietary requirements, please advise your local guide guide at the time of booking if you require anything specific.

    • $100.00
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    The Dumpling Feast Walking Tour of Adelaide more_vert
    $65.00 AUD Book
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    Dumplings are soul warming, delicious little parcels of goodness and we want to show you where the best ones are on this dumpling feast walking tour! Relax, enjoy the heavenly flavors and learn some new and quirky things about Adelaide that you may not have known! 

    Join a knowledgeable guide as they host you around Adelaide, showing you where the most delicious dumplings are.

    Departing at 2:30pm every Saturday from the Gouger St Chinese Gates (Cnr Gouger and Moonta Sts, Adelaide) this tour will take roughly 2.5 hours and include all dumplings on the tour. It is not suitable for coeliacs or vegetarians.

    You'll be taken to several darling dumpling spots to dine on delectable delights! This tour also includes history, street art, culture and you'll learn quirky things about Adelaide. It includes four different countries' take on the dumpling.

    Make sure you don't have lunch and wear good walking shoes. Remember, on walking food tours there are no calories!

    • $65.00
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    Adelaide Sip And Stroll Walking Bar Tour more_vert
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    It's Friday evening and it's time to relax over a few beverages with great friends. Sip and stroll is an exploration of Adelaide's small bar scene, with all of its delectable secrets and delicious beverages. You'll experience four amazing bars and their signature drinks.

    Meeting in beautiful Hindmarsh Square, you will be treated to a spirits experience like no other, with friendly bartenders giving you the lowdown on their favourite spirits.

    Departing every Friday in Spring and Summer at 6pm sharp, you'll be treated to delightful spirits, street art, history, witty banter and fun!

    Each bar specialises in a particular spirit and you will try a new drink at every single bar. There are four bars and four amazing beverage experiences to enjoy!

    While walking from bar to bar your tour host will also enlighten you about Adelaide's history, street art, culture and some of the quirkier sights.

    • $110.00
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    3-Day Adelaide to Melbourne Tour Including the Great Ocean Road more_vert
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    The journey between Adelaide and Melbourne is full of scenic diversity. Birds eye views of cities, vast farmland, famous wine regions, extinct volcanoes, coastal icons, shipwrecks, rainforests and winding clifftop roads. Add to this some great food and wine and small group of like-minded travellers and you have a very memorable 3 days. The itinerary has been carefully planned so that you will take in many different experiences while keeping the schedule at a comfortable and relaxed pace. The first part of this tour through farmland on route to Naracoorte Caves and the Coonawarra wine region is less visually spectacular and is therefore done at a faster pace to allow more time on the Great Ocean Road. Traveling in a small group of no more than 8 people will also allow you more time at places and a more personalised experience.

    After pickup from your centrally located Adelaide hotel, travel into the Adelaide Hills. Explore Hahndorf, a traditional German town in the Adelaide Hills and take in the sweeping views over Advelaide from Mt Lofty Summit.

    Continue to Keith for lunch before traveling to the World Heritage-listed Naracoorte Caves to learn of the fossil discoveries of Mega Fauna. You'll then travel into the scenic and world renowned Coonawarra wine region. After sampling some local wines from this highly awarded region, continue on to your overnight destination, Mt Gambier and accommodation; The Commodore.

    Day 2 starts with a visit to the ‘Blue’ crater lake in Mt Gambier, then onto Port Fairy before visiting Tower Hill Reserve where you are likely to see emus, koalas, kangaroos and echidnas. Lunch in Warrnambool. 

    After lunch, start traveling down the Great Ocean Road with the impressive limestone stacks of the Bay of Martyrs and Bay of Islands. Visit London Bridge and ‘Loch Ard Gorge’, the site of the most famous 19th century Australian shipwreck. While hearing the tale you will be able to see and hold some original artifacts, photos and documents from the ‘Loch Ard’. You'll then discover one of Australia’s icons, the Twelve Apostles. Hear about the creation of these limestone stacks and the constant wearing away of this coastline.

    Continue into the Otway National Park and through to Apollo Bay and Skenes Creek. Arrive at your accommodation set high on a hill with great views overlooking the Southern Ocean. These private villas set within native forest offer the perfect environment to relax and unwind. Tonight’s dinner is at the iconic and award winning ‘Chris’ at Beacon Point’.  

    On Day 3, the first stop after our breakfast in Apollo Bay is within the Otway National Park at ‘Maits Rest’. This is a 1-kilometer walk through a cool temperate rainforest gully discovering trees and ferns that date back millions of years. 

    Heading towards Melbourne, travel along a very scenic section of the Great Ocean Road en route to Kennett River for a fantastic viewing of wild koalas in their native setting. Also visit many scenic spots for photos and hear the stories behind the making of the road. Stop for lunch at the largest of the seaside villages, Lorne. After lunch, continue along the surf coast and take in the surf culture of the region with a visit to Torquay and Bells Beach. We also visit Anglesea Golf Club where we will hopefully see kangaroos in their natural environment. The journey then takes you through the historic gateway to the Great Ocean Road, Geelong before heading over the ‘West Gate Bridge’, famous for its grandeur and checkered history and into Melbourne where your tour ends.

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    Adelaide Hills Day Trip Including 3-Hour Murray River Luncheon Cruise more_vert
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    Enjoy a day trip from Adelaide city visiting Mount Lofty Summit, Bridgewater Mill, Beerenberg Farm Shop and Murray Bridge Wharf. Sit back and relax as you indulge in a delicious 3-hour lunch aboard a paddle wheeler down the Murray River. Visit the Historic Hahndorf with an optional ChocoVino Experience at Hahndorf Hill Winery followed by a scenic drive through the Adelaide Hills, maybe spot a koala in wild.

    Depart Adelaide’s suburbs traveling through the picturesque Adelaide Hills en route to Australia’s biggest river – The Mighty Murray.

    Take a scenic drive through the Adelaide Hills, maybe spotting a koala along the way. Arrive at Wharf Road, Murray Bridge at 10:45 am for 11:00 am departure on Captain Proud for a 3 hour cruise with two course lunch. On arrival to the river township of Murray Bridge board the Paddle Wheeler ‘Captain Proud’ and depart for your 3-hour cruise, relaxing as your Captain provides an interesting commentary on the river system including Aboriginal folklore.

    While you journey on the river, relax and enjoy the beauty and tranquility of the surroundings as you indulge in your 2-course lunch taking in the peaceful tranquility of the river red gums while spotting galahs, cockatoos, pelicans and kangaroos.

    Return to the Wharf after the cruise at approximately 2pm and head towards the historic town of Hahndorf for a city tour.

    Return to your hotel at approximately 5:30pm.

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    Barossa Valley Day Trip from Adelaide Including Maggie Beer Farm Shop Visit more_vert
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    This food and wine experience showcases the boutique and the more well know wineries and gourmet culinary delights of South Australia's famous wine region - The Barossa Valley.

    Today you are in for a treat; a full day trip with expert commentary included by your driver/guide for the day. Be collected from your Adelaide or Glenelg based accommodation and set off for a day of exploring the food and wine that make the Barossa famous.

    Depending on the conditions of the day, you will travel via the Adelaide Hills or main road straight to the Barossa. Whilst en route, your driver guide will discuss with the group which wineries they would like to visit on the day, or what wines are of interest to the group. From there, the day is tailored to ensure that all passengers are catered for.

    Lunch is included today, so please ensure you advise your driver guide of any dietary requirements.

    There will be the opportunity to visit different villages throughout the Barossa including; Lyndoch, Tanunda, Nuriootpa & Angaston, with time to visit approximately 4-5 wineries in total throughout the day.

    A stop is included at Maggie Beer's Farm Shop in Nuriootpa, to give you the chance to eat, taste and learn about the produce of the area (any purchases here are own expense).

    Take in the amazing view of the valley from Mengler Hill before the day is through.

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    McLaren Vale Day Trip from Adelaide more_vert
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    A fantastic day exploring Adelaide's beautiful McLaren Vale wine region where you will enjoy wine tastings from some of the most popular cellar doors and local produce that this region is known for.

    Experience a full day trip with expert commentary included by your driver/guide on your day exploring McLaren Vale.

    Be collected from your Adelaide accommodation at approximately 9:30am and commence the journey via the Adelaide Hills, straight to McLaren Vale. Whilst en route, your driver guide will discuss with the group which wineries they would like to visit on the day, or what wines are of interest to the group. From there, the day is tailored to ensure that all passengers are catered for.

    Enjoy some free time to stroll down McLaren Vale main street or there is also time for optional wine tastings at Hardy's Tintara. Visit the Chocolate Factory or the Almond Train.

    Take in the amazing view of the valley from Willunga Hill before the day is through.

    • $119.00
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    Hahndorf, Goolwa, Victor Harbor and McLaren Vale Day Trip from Adelaide more_vert
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    A fantastic day exploring Adelaide's beautiful Hahndorf, Goolwa, Victor Harbor and McLaren Vale wine region where you will enjoy wine tastings at cellar doors and local produce that this region is known for.

    • Morning pick-up from selected Adelaide Hotels
    • Expert commentary by local Driver/Guide
    • Travel via the Adelaide Hills or main road straight to the McLaren Vale
    • Wine tastings at McLaren Vale - selected by all on board or by the driver guide
    • Cellar door tastings in McLaren Vale, learn about the wines that make the region famous
    • Free time to stroll down McLaren Vale main street or alternatively, you have the option to enjoy some wine tastings at Hardy's Tintara. You can also visit the Chocolate Factory or the Almond Train, time permitting.
    • Take in the amazing view of the vale from Willunga Hill
    • Return to your Adelaide accommodation

    • $119.00
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    Adelaide City Highlights Including Mt Lofty and Hahndorf more_vert
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    A fantastic half day exploring Adelaide's beautiful Hahndorf.

    This exciting half day tour takes in the Adelaide Hills, the Mount Lofty Ranges and gives you time to explore Hahndorf and other quaint villages. All this while sampling local handmade produce and perusing many unique arts and crafts along the way.

    • Delight in a half day guided bus tour in a comfortable, modern mini-coach with an expert driver/guide
    • Visit the magnificent Mount Lofty lookout
    • Enjoy plenty of time to eat, stroll and shop in Hahndorf
    • Wineries for tastings are available in Hahndorf - please speak with your driver guide on the day
    • Travel through Bridgewater Mill to view the fantastic water wheel
    • Lunch is at your own expense

    • $72.00
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    Private Wine Tours from Adelaide to Barossa Valley Adelaide Hills or McLaren Vale more_vert
    $725.00 AUD Book
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    Enjoy the Barossa Valley, Adelaide Hills or Mclaren Vale in your own private tour. Stopping and starting at the wineries and tourist attractions that you request or is suggested. Travel with your own driver guide in a seat belted and air-conditioned Toyota Commuter. 8-hours of fun, wine and tourist attractions. Once you have booked, you are able to go over your itinerary with your local operator to make your special day truly memorable.

    Enjoy a complimentary hotel pickup and transfer from your centrally located Adelaide accommodations or the airport. 

    Departing from Adelaide City or Airport, you'll first head to the Adelaide Hills  to take in the stunning views over the Adelaide Foot Hills. 

    You can sit back and relax as you enjoy the incredible views. Your professional driver/guide will provide expert commentary along the way. After the completion of your tour, enjoy the worry-free transfer back to your hotel in central Adelaide.

    Don't sit on big buses to destinations and attractions that you have already seen or that you are not interested in seeing; tell your local operator what you wish to see and visit, pop past or stop at. Stay as long as you like or take a photo and move on. Or just ask and a great day can be put together for you.

    • $725.00
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    Cleland Wildlife Park Tour from Adelaide Including Mount Lofty Summit more_vert
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    Take a walk on the wild side and engage with some of Australia’s much-loved wildlife on a tour to Cleland Wildlife Park, just 30 minutes from Adelaide. You'll discover more than 130 species of native animals while becoming immersed in the wonders of this natural bush environment. The tour includes a koala encounter and the chance to feed kangaroos under staff supervision.

    Your tour begins as you depart Adelaide for your first stop at Mount Lofty, where you can admire the panoramic view over Adelaide from the summit. At approximately 2,330 feet high (710 meters), the summit is the highest point in the Adelaide Hills and boasts uninterrupted views toward the Gulf St. Vincent.

    Then continue your tour to Cleland Wildlife Park, an 86-acre (35-hectare) natural bush setting that provides an open-space environment with very few enclosures. Home to more than 130 species of Australian animals, the park is known for its management and care in the health and well being of the animals. Your entry to Cleland includes the ‘close-up’ koala experience where you can touch and photograph one the park’s koalas while under the supervision of the keepers who maintain the highest standards for their care.

    As you explore the park and follow the self-discovery trails, walk among the free-roaming animals in their natural environment. See kangaroos, emus, dingoes, wallabies, Tasmanian devils and many more, and check out the wetlands where pelicans, cormorants and other water birds live. Engage with the animals as you hand-feed kangaroos, wallabies and potoroos with provided animal food, and don’t miss one of the interactive keeper talks, a great way to learn about and see the animals in action. The Ocean to Outback interpretive centre provides an opportunity to learn about South Australia’s diverse ecosystems while viewing nocturnal animals, small mammals and reptiles.

    You'll arrive at Cleland Wildlife Park just before 11am and leave the park around 3pm, which gives you plenty of time to discover and walk around the park.

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    Small Group Bush Walk with Sinclair's Gully Winery Day Trip from Adelaide Including Lunch more_vert
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    Experience bush walking, native food and wine in a small group tour. Be amazed by some of the most breathtaking natural landscape within 30-minutes of the Adelaide CBD. As you follow the trails with your guide, witness an abundance of native flora and fauna set amongst amazing rock faces, gorges and seasonal waterfalls. As the trail comes to an end, the experience continues at the Eco-certified winery of Sinclair’s Gully where a private vineyard tour and native lunch awaits.

    Unique nature based experience
    Morialta is part of the traditional lands of the Kaurna people and derives its name from the aboriginal word ‘Moriatta’ meaning ever flowing. The waterfalls, gorges and 500-hectares of natural bush land in Morialta have provided a popular escape for locals over the past 100 years. This tour provides an active and immersive experience that enriches the understanding of nature and the importance of looking after it.

    Bush walking wilderness
    Start your morning adventure along the Morialta walking trails as the bush wakes from its night slumber. As you follow the trails with your guide, discover amazing rock faces, gorges and seasonal waterfalls cascading over sheer quartzite cliffs. Witness the dawn colors bounce on the spectacular rugged vistas and capture the sense of nature while discovering the natural wonders of this national reserve.

    Admire native animals in the wild
    Morialta is the best place in Adelaide where you can see koalas in the wild! It offers a unique biodiversity where many native fauna can be spotted including the occasional kangaroo or echidna. The creeks, rock pools and the higher slopes of the Gorge offer a perfect habitat to several species of frogs and small lizards such as geckos, skinks, and dragons.

    See amazing birdlife and wildflowers
    Listen to the sounds and observe the many native birds such as the Superb Fairy-wren, rare Golden Whistler, Rainbow Lorikeet and the iconic Laughing Kookaburra. Use the supplied binoculars and see how many species you can discover. Every winter and spring the park is abundant with native wildflowers including many delicate and colorful orchid species.

    Ecotourism at Sinclair’s Gully
    Experience the rustic charm of the award winning Eco-certified Sinclair’s Gully, a local family owned winery located in the picturesque Adelaide Hills. Be rewarded with a private tour of the vineyard and taste the vignerons handcrafted cool climate wine. Relax over an Aussie barbecue and discover native ingredients and spices – a perfect way to end your Eco-adventure!

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    Self-Guided Waterfall Gully to Mount Lofty Hike from Adelaide more_vert
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    Follow winding hiking trails through the Australian countryside at your own pace on this self-guided hike from Waterfall Gully to Mt Lofty from Adelaide. Trek along the 2.5-mile (3.9-km) route at your leisure, and pass tumbling waterfalls and shimmering streams. Along the way, admire the beautiful countryside for which Australia is famous and watch the treetops for sightings of sleepy koalas. At Mt Lofty’s high summit, enjoy rewarding views over the rugged terrain to coastal Glenelg and Port Adelaide.

    Following a morning pickup at your Adelaide hotel, take the scenic drive out of the city toward Waterfall Gully — the trailhead of Adelaide’s most popular hike. On arrival, watch the spectacular First Falls sparkling in the morning sunshine then set off at your own pace.

    During your hike, follow the 2.5-mile (3.9-km) trail past cascading waterfalls and along winding streams, and admire panoramic views from the tall gully ridges. Stop along the way to admire the beautiful scenery and fully immerse yourself in the natural environment.

    Listen as native birds chirp in the trees and enjoy the scent of eucalyptus trees on the air. As you explore, keep an eye out for sleepy koalas high in the gum trees and kangaroos grazing in the bush.

    At the summit of Mt Lofty, take in panoramic views of the city buildings, parklands and the iconic Adelaide Oval below. Be sure to look out across the plains to the coastal town of Glenelg and the far reaches of Port Adelaide. On a clear day, you may even see Kangaroo Island!

    Perhaps relax and enjoy coffee or brunch at The Summit Café (own expense). Then, head back down to Waterfall Gully and return to your Adelaide hotel to conclude your tour.

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    Adelaide City to Sea Bike Tour more_vert
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    Experience Adelaide as a local on this guided small-group bike tour. This relaxed and fun guided bike ride takes you all the way from the city to the sea. Spend a day in Adelaide in a fun and active way. Pedal your way along the inspiring river trails from the city to the beach where a landscape of blue seas and golden sands awaits. Once you have arrived at the beach, cycle along the spectacular foreshore to the vibrant coastal centre of Henley Beach where you will enjoy an 'à la carte' brunch at one of Adelaide's most popular beach locations. Continue your ride to the cosmopolitan seaside town of Glenelg and have the choice of exploring at your leisure and catching the iconic tram back to the city or return to the city with the complimentary transfer.

    Explore Adelaide on two wheels
    Cycle at a relaxing pace on comfortable bikes and see parts of Adelaide that you wouldn’t ordinarily experience. This fun and engaging outdoor tour provides an active and alternative way to get to the beach from the City. It is also a great way to explore some of Adelaide’s best must do’s with plenty of picture stops and surprises along the way.

    Experience the vibrant Riverbank Precinct
    Starting from the heart of the City, cycle to the bustling Riverbank Precinct home to significant and historic buildings, sports events and public spaces. Sights include the Festival Centre, Elder Park, the Adelaide Convention Centre, the historic rowing sheds and the new $40 million landmark Riverbank Bridge that links the world famous Adelaide Oval with the City.

    Ride the serene River Torrens Linear trail
    Enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the river, parks and wetlands as you ride through an 1800’s cemetery, cross under viaducts and bridges and appreciate the serenity of nature in this continually changing landscape. As the river trail comes to an end, you start to feel the ocean breeze and will soon be amazed by the breathtaking coastal views.

    Discover the relaxed atmosphere of Henley Beach
    The recently redeveloped Henley Square offers the perfect place to take a break and re-energise over a delicious morning brunch while getting some insider tips from your guide. Henley is one of the ‘go to’ beaches for locals to hang out and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere. Take a walk on the jetty and keep an eye out for the occasional pod of dolphins that visit the foreshore.

    Cycle along the spectacular coastline
    Heading south along the dedicated cycle path, take in the expansive views along the coastline toward the Fleurieu Peninsula. Get a feel for the South Australian coastal lifestyle as you ride past beach side houses, sailing clubs and sand dunes. The final stretch takes you through the stylish Marina Pier complex and Glenelg Foreshore.

    Stay and explore the coastal town of Glenelg
    Your final stop is the popular cosmopolitan town of Glenelg – ideal for swimming, dining and entertainment. Shop on the bustling Jetty Road, discover the museums and galleries or simply find a place to relax and enjoy an ice cream. Take the time to walk along the sandy white shores and feel the sand between your toes or have a swim in the calm blue sea while soaking up some sunshine.

    Catch the iconic Glenelg tram back to the City
    Your return to the City is your choice! You can either return at your own leisure via the iconic Glenelg tramway or choose to travel back in the group's bus upon arrival in Glenelg.

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    Mount Lofty Hike and Cleland Wildlife Park Day Trip from Adelaide more_vert
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    Explore nature on a self-guided hike from Waterfall Gully to Mt. Lofty. Treat yourself to panoramic views at the summit, overlooking the Adelaide Plains and Gulf St. Vincent. Then follow the trail to Cleland Wildlife Park and interact with koalas and kangaroos. Round-trip hotel transport plus water, snacks, and a map are provided.

    This self-guided hike is a great option for the adventurous nature-seeker. After hotel pickup from the CBD in the morning, transfer by shared minivan to the starting point of your trek. A short, scenic drive takes you directly to the trailhead of Adelaide’s most popular trail. 

    Following an orientation by your guide, set off at your own pace on the well-marked path, from Waterfall Gully to Mt. Lofty. Depending on your pace with stops along the way, expect to take between 1 to 2 hours to arrive at the summit. You'll be rewarded with panoramic views over Adelaide and beyond.

    Just downhill, another bush track leads to the Cleland Wildlife Park. Re-energize at the Cleland Café (own expense) before exploring the 86-acre (35-hectare) park along the self-discovery trails. Walk among free-roaming animals in their natural environment, stop to feed the kangaroos and wallabies with provided food, spot wetland birds, and be sure to visit Australia’s koalas for a close-up experience.

    From here, you'll be dropped off at your Adelaide hotel in the afternoon.

    • $98.00
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    Adelaide Shore Excursion: Adelaide Central Markets, Penfolds Magill Estate and Cleland Wildlife Park more_vert
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    All the best highlights in one amazing tour: Adelaide Central Market, Iconic City Sights, Penfold's Winery, Cleland Wildlife Park and Mount Lofty Summit! Make the most of your time in Adelaide with an all-inclusive cruise ship excursion which offers the perfect opportunity to experience some of South Australia’s best known locations. With complimentary pick up and return service directly to your ship, enjoy the day worry free.

    Adelaide Central Market
    Your first stop is the Adelaide Central Market in the heart of the city. This historic market has been a mecca of food in Adelaide for over 140-years and still today retains its unique charm and character. Renowned for its multicultural flavors and local produce, it has become one of Adelaide's must do attractions. A walking tour of the market is a great way to immerse yourself in the local culture whilst indulging your senses with some of the finest produce available in South Australia.
    Note: On days when the Adelaide Central Market is closed (Sunday and Monday), a substitute tour of Adelaide's historic Victoria (Tarndanyangga) Square is provided. This recently upgraded central Adelaide park provides a beautiful cosmopolitan atmosphere whilst being encircled by some of Adelaide finest historic buildings.

    City Sights
    Next up is a leisurely drive along Adelaide's bustling streets, precincts and surrounding park lands. Crossing the River Torrens, drive along the beautifully redeveloped Riverbank Precinct, past the world famous Adelaide Oval and then travel out of the city on Adelaide's cultural boulevard 'North Terrace'. Witness many of Adelaide's most important landmarks and historic buildings.

    Penfolds Winery
    A visit to Adelaide is not complete without tasting some of the region’s local wines! Just 20-minutes from the heart of the city and nestled in the foothills of the beautiful Adelaide Hills, stop at the world-renowned Penfolds Winery. Established in 1844, Penfolds is one of South Australia's oldest and most famous wineries, offering stunning views across its iconic vineyards and historic buildings. In the state of art cellar door, experience personalized tasting of their internationally acclaimed wines.

    Cleland Wildlife Park
    The major stop for the day is at Cleland Wildlife Park where you will have plenty of time to get close to Australia’s most unique wildlife. Whilst immersing yourself in the wonders of this natural bush environment, engage with impressive kangaroos, shy wallabies and cute inquisitive potoroos. The Koala close-up experience is a definite must do, along with seeing the Emu's, Dingoes, Wombats, and native bird life. The Cleland Wildlife Park is also your stop for lunch.

    Mount Lofty Summit
    At the summit, fantastic panoramic views over the Adelaide Plains and Gulf St. Vincent await you. Originally spotted from Kangaroo Island in 1802 by Captain Matthew Flinders, Mount Lofty Summit is the highest point in the Adelaide Hills at 710-meters. This short stop gives you the perfect opportunity to take memorable pictures.

    To end an amazing day on a perfect note, enjoy a scenic drive along the coast back to your ship at Outer Harbor.

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    Morialta Conservation Park Small-Group Day Trip from Adelaide more_vert
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    This half-day bushwalking tour features the wildlife and unspoiled natural landscapes of Morialta Conservation Park, located just 30 minutes from downtown Adelaide. Follow your guide along nature trails with an abundance of native flora and fauna set amid sheer rock faces, gorges, and seasonal waterfalls. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included.

    After hotel pickup from central Adelaide, relax on the 30-minute drive to Morialta Conservation Park. You'll travel by minivan with a small group limited to eight passengers. En route, learn from your guide about the region, which is part of the traditional lands belonging to the aboriginal Kaurna people. Translated as 'ever flowing,' Morialta offers visitors a look at three seasonal waterfalls that cascade down sheer quartzite cliffs in the 1,236-acre (500-hectare) bushland.

    On arrival, set off on foot along hiking trails with your guide, and walk to rugged vistas to observe the morning light reflected on rock faces in the national reserve. You'll come upon the grand Morialta Falls and Second Falls. The less-visited and more tranquil Third Falls is nestled at the end of the trail. Take time to listen to the softly cascading water in this peaceful setting along Fourth Creek.

    It's likely you'll spot koalas amid the diverse wildlife, including the occasional kangaroo or echidna. The creeks, rock pools, and higher slopes of the gorge offer an ideal habitat to several species of frogs and small lizards such as geckos, skinks, and dragons. Listen to the sounds of native birds such as the superb fairy-wren, rare golden whistler, rainbow lorikeet, and laughing kookaburra. Use provided binoculars to see how many species you can discover, and search for delicate orchid species and other wildflowers that are abundant each winter and spring.

    Around midday, return to your minivan for drop-off in Adelaide.

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    Barossa Valley Highlights from Adelaide or Barossa Valley Including Wine and Cheese Tasting more_vert
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    This Barossa Valley highlights tour is a small group tour including a day of great wine, picturesque views, meeting interesting characters and enjoying lunch with new found friends. You may visit iconic places such as Maggie Beers Farm Shop, Seppeltsfield, Jacobs Creek Visitor Centre, enjoy a gourmet platter lunch at a winery like Grant Burge Winery, visit Barossa Valley Cheese, enjoy the views of Mengler Hill and taste some of Kalleske Wines Organic and Biodynamic Wine.

    Your day will start by one of our local guides collecting you from your Barossa Valley or Adelaide based accommodation. Your day will be a mixture of wine, food, sights and characters of the Barossa. There are so many wonderful places to showcase so your guide will adjust the itinerary according to group on board, you will visit your first winery called Kalleske Wines. Kallekse Wines are a family owned winery located in the beautiful town of Greenock. Kalleske's specialize in Organic & Biodynamic wine and have been farming grapes since 1853.

    Then move onto the very famous Maggie Beers Farm Shop. Here you will get to taste a range of Maggie's produce or sit and enjoy the view. After Maggie's you will travel to the the historic winery of Seppeltsfield. Seppeltsfield is one of Australia's oldest wineries being founded in 1851 by Joseph Ernst Seppelt. You will receive a tasting including selected fortified wine.

    Continue your journey to Grant Burge Wines where you will be seated to enjoy your gourmet platter lunch. Grant Burge is well-known for their bubbles however they have something for everyone to taste and enjoy, including the view!

    Next your guide will take you to Jacobs Creek Visitor Centre where you will get the taste the famous wines or wonder through the centers history display. After Jacobs Creek, taste the Award Winning Barossa Valley Cheese Company's produce. Barossa Valley Cheese Company located in the town of Angaston is an artisan producer sourcing milk from local dairy's. They offer a range of over 25 cheese some of which you will be able to try.

    After Barossa Cheese you will start to make our way back home with your final stop at Mengler Hill lookout. Here you will be able overlook the Barossa Valley floor and see where you have explored throughout the day. You can even walk through the Barossa Sculpture park. After your day of fun, food and wine your guide will then take you back to your Barossa or Adelaide accommodation. The day may vary slightly subject to availability but will consist of some wonderful highlights of the Barossa.

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    McLaren Vale Highlights from Adelaide or Glenelg Including Wine and Cheese Tasting more_vert
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    Experience the hospitality of McLaren Vale on this small group day trip. Taste locally made wines and produce while being accompanied by your local, professional tour guide.

    Begin your day trip to McLaren Vale from either Adelaide or Glenelg.

    Enjoy personalized service in a small group while visiting some of the iconic McLaren Vale wineries, such as Hugh Hamilton Wines and Wirra Wirra. Your group will have the opportunity to sample local wines and food from the region.

    Taste test some local cheeses as you sit back, relax and take in the beautiful views of McLaren Vale.

    Meet some of the locals who live and breathe this wonderful region. Enjoy a lovely lunch with your new found friends in a relaxed environment.

    Return to your accommodation in either Adelaide or Glenelg at approximately 4:30pm.

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    Adelaide Hills Highlights from Adelaide, Glenelg or Barossa Valley Including Wine and Cheese Tasting more_vert
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    Experience a day of discovery, historic Hahndorf, wine, cheese & chocolate. Enjoy the spectacular views, rolling hills and seasonal changes.

    Visit some of the Adelaide Hills iconic places including Mt Lofty Summit, Beerenberg, Udder Delights, Melbas Chocolate Factory, 2 wineries & explore the historic main st of Hahndorf. Begin your day trip to the Adelaide Hills from either Adelaide, Glenelg or even the Barossa Valley.

    Enjoy personalized service in a small group while experiencing what the Adelaide Hills is all about. Your group will have the opportunity to sample local wines and food from the region.

    Taste test some local cheeses as you sit back, relax and take in the beautiful views of the historic town of Hahndorf.

    Meet some of the locals who live and breathe this wonderful region. Enjoy a lovely lunch with your new found friends in a relaxed environment.

    Return to your accommodation in either Adelaide or Glenelg at approximately 4:30pm.

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    Private Barossa Valley Cellar Secrets Experience from Adelaide, Glenelg or Barossa Valley more_vert
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    Your luxury Chrysler or Mercedes Benz vehicle will pick you up from your hotel to commence a full day  exploring Barossa's Cellar Secrets tour. Discover some of the hidden secrets of the Barossa Valley and feel like a VIP for the day, visiting some exclusive locations with your own driver guide. (vehicle is allocated by Getaways SA)

    Your local driver guide will collect you and your group from your accommodation, ready to show you a fun filled day in our beautiful Barossa Valley. Discover some of the hidden secrets of the Barossa Valley and feel like the VIP you deserve to feel like.

    This tour will focus on different wine varieties and the people behind the wine making, the inspiration, their story and journey. Visit up to 5 intimate boutique style cellar doors and enjoy a lunch at a special location for a gourmet platter lunch, where most dietary requirements can be catered for.

    You will be returned to your accommodation at approximately 4.30pm.

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    Cultural Caper Adelaide Walking Tour more_vert
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    Enjoy an easy-paced 2 hour small-group walking tours along North Terrace in the city of Adelaide. The focus of the tour is on history, heritage and culture and covers not only the architecture and history of the varying buildings but also the people who have been associated with them, and the stories about Adelaide's development from colonial times to today. Most of the sites visited are public institutions, statues and monuments and tour participants, whether they are locals, interstate visitors or from overseas get to experience the essence of what Adelaide is all about.

      The Culture Capers walking tour of Adelaide visits the following sites:

      1. Parliament House: Introduction including brief history of Adelaide and its development, route of tour, duration and other housekeeping. Talk about early government in South Australia and ground-breaking decisions made in Parliament including votes for women. Discuss Old and New Parliament House and intro of responsible government. (10 min)
      2. South African War Memorial - Discuss South Australia's contribution to Boer War, casualties, significance of statue (5 min)
      3. Government House - outline history, mention noted governors, ghost reference and outline of murder in the 1800's ( 10 min)
      4. Dame Roma Mitchell Statue - Brief overview of Dame Roma Mitchells career and the importance of her work and legacy ( 5 min)
      5. South Australian Busts - talk about noted South Australians on busts including Sir Mark Oliphant, William Bragg, Mary Lee, Howard Florey (10 min)
      6. Venere Di Canova Statue - discuss significance of statue (5 min)
      7. Adelaide Club - brief history, current use and connection to Venere Di Canova Statue ( 4 min)
      8. Matthew Flinders Statue - overview of Flinder's career, significance to Australia and South Australia, legacy ( 5min)
      9. War Memorial - mention its significance, point out sculpted figures and their meaning (5 min)
      10. Old Destitute Asylum/Migration Museum - discuss relevance and history of site, conditions of inmates, subsequent and current use (10 min)
      11. Science Centre - Talk about usage of building - connection with Sir Douglas Mawson (5 min)
      12. Artlab - outline usage of building and its inhabitants - significant project pieces completed (5 min)
      13. Old Police Barracks - brief overview and history of police force, usage of buildings, stories of noted policemen, subsequent and current use of site (10 min)
      14. Art Gallery - history of Art Gallery, benefactors, collections, buildings and architecture (5 min)
      15. Adelaide University site including Mitchell Building, Elder Building and Bonython Hall - discuss brief history of Adelaide University, its historic buildings and benefactors (8 min)
      16. Previous Royal Exhibition Building in Adelaide University grounds - history of showgrounds, buildings, use, famous people attached (3 min)
      17. Museum - history of Museum, benefactors, collections, buildings and architecture (5 min)
      18. State Library - history, collections, architecture particularly of Institute Building, associated stories and people connected with it (10 min)

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      Around the Square Adelaide Walking Tour more_vert
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      Join an easy-paced 2 hour small-group walking tours around Victoria Square in the city of Adelaide. The focus of this tour is on history, heritage and culture and covers not only the architecture and history of the varying buildings but also the people who have been associated with them, and the stories about Adelaide's development from colonial times to today. Most of the sites visited are public institutions, statues and monuments and tour participants, whether locals, interstate or from overseas get to experience the essence of what Adelaide is all about.

      1. Adelaide Town Hall - Introduction including brief history of Adelaide and its development, route of tour, duration and other housekeeping. Talk about early local government in South Australia and ground-breaking activities occurring in Adelaide Town Hall. Discuss previous use of buildings and current use. (10 min)
      2. Adina Apartments/Previously Treasury Building - Discuss history of building, tunnels, courtyard, famous people who have visited, role of Cabinet prior to 1968 (10 min)
      3. John McDouall Stuart Statue - story of Stuart, role he played in exploration, his legacy ( 5 min)
      4. State Admin Centre - Brief overview of buildings and current use for State Government ministers and staff ( 2 min)
      5. Victoria Square - talk about history of square, indigenous connections, development of square (10 min)
      6. Queen Victoria Statue - discuss significance of statue (3 min)
      7. Charles Cameron Kingston Statue - overview of Kingston's career, personality, contribution, legacy ( 10 min)
      8. Torrens Building - overview of history of building, inhabitants including Sir Richard Torrens, Land title system( 4 min)
      9. Sir Francis Xavier Cathedral - mention its significance, history, architecture, relevance today (10 min)
      10. Mother Mary Mackillop Statue - Story of Mackillop - her sainthood, order of nuns, charity work (5 min)
      11. SA Water Building - Talk about usage of building - educational focus (2 min)
      12. Dame Roma Mitchell Commonwealth Law Courts - outline usage of building and its inhabitants - types of courts contained in building(3 min)
      13. Magistrates Court - brief overview and history of court building, usage, stories of noted lawyers attached, subsequent and current use of site (5 min)
      14. Supreme Court - history of court building, architecture, usage (5 min)
      15. Sir Samuel Way Court Building - history including its previous life as a department store and legacy of marble staircase, usage (10 min)
      16. Three Rivers Fountain - story regarding erection of fountain, history, significance (4 min)
      17. Transport - history of trams, trains in area(5 min)
      18. Former SGIC Building - history, architecture and associated stories (2 min)
      19. Former Harbour Board Building - engineering feat, architecture, history (5 min)
      20. Former MLC Building - significance in our history (3 min)
      21. GPO Building - history including clock tower and notable citizens connected with building (7 min)

      • $30.00
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      Adelaide Walking Tour: East End Escapade more_vert
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      Explore the east end of Adelaide on an easy-paced 2 hour small-group walking tours. The focus of these tours is on history, heritage and culture and covers not only the architecture and history of the varying buildings but also the people who have been associated with them, and the stories about Adelaide's development from colonial times to today. Most of the sites visited are public institutions, private homes and monuments and tour participants, whether locals, interstate or from overseas get to experience the essence of what Adelaide is all about.

      1. General Havelock Hotel - Introduction including brief history of Adelaide and its development, route of tour, duration and other housekeeping. Talk about early development of the south-east corner of the city of Adelaide and heritage of General Havelock Hotel.  (10 min)
      2. Drinking Fountain - Discuss history of water in Adelaide, fountains (4 min)
      3. Victorian Villa  - story of history of house, inhabitants, architecture ( 4 min)
      4. Shop and House  - Brief overview of house and shop, inhabitants ( 5 min)
      5. Cranford House  - outline history and architecture  (5 min)
      6. Waverly  - discuss history of house and architecture, notable inhabitants (5 min)
      7. House - connection to George Kingston, inhabitants, architecture (3 min)
      8. Ochiltree House - overview of history of building, inhabitants ( 5 min)
      9. Morecroft House  -  mention its significance, history, architecture, usages (4 min)
      10. St Corantyn  - Story of house - inhabitants, usage of house,  (5 min)
      11. Servants Quarters of St Corantyn - architecture, history, usage (2 min)
      12. Victorian Villa  - outline usage of building and its inhabitants  (2 min)
      13. Villa - brief overview and history of villa, usage, architecture  (3 min)
      14. St John's Church & Priory - history of church and priory, architecture, usage  (10 min)
      15. Shop Residence  - History including inhabitants and current usage (3 min)
      16. Terraced Houses  - story regarding erection of terraced houses, history, significance (2 min)
      17. Springhill Lodge  - History and architecture as well as inhabitants(5 min)
      18. Public Schools Club  - History, architecture and associated stories with the Bragg family (5 min)
      19. Salvation Army Women's Hostel - History of building, history of Salvation Army, usage of building (5 min)
      20. Craigweil  - History, Architecture, inhabitants (4 min)
      21. Former Wesleyan Manse  -  History including architecture, inhabitants  (4 min)
      22. Sainte Etoile  - Architecture focus (2 min)
      23. Weeroni  - History, Architecture, inhabitants (4 min)
      24. Cartref  - History, Architecture and inhabitants -  (5 min)
      25. Carhayes  - History, noted inhabitants - benefactors to Adelaide (5 min)
      26. Naval, Military & Airforce Club  - History, development of site - (3 min)
      27. Victoria Terrace Building  - History, Development, developer of site, current use (4 min)
      28. Former Shop and Dwelling - History, German influence, architecture (2 min)

      • $30.00
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      Adelaide Walking Tour: Grand Mansions and Sub-Divisions more_vert
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      Take an easy-paced 2 hour small-group walking tours around lower North Adelaide adjacent to the city of Adelaide. The focus of this tours is on history, heritage and culture and covers not only the architecture and history of the varying buildings but also the people who have been associated with them, and the stories about Adelaide's development from colonial times to today. Most of the sites visited are public institutions, statues and monuments as well as private homes and tour participants, whether locals, interstate or from overseas get to experience the essence of what Adelaide is all about.

      1. North-east corner of Brougham Place & O'Connell Street - Introduction including brief history of Adelaide and North Adelaide and its development, route of tour, duration and other housekeeping.  Discuss Victorian Villa and its previous occupants. (8 min)
      2. Lincoln College - Discuss history of building, occupants, significance, connection with University of Adelaide (10 min)
      3. St Margarets - Former use of house, history, architecture, occupants (3 min)
      4. Taylor House - History - noted occupants, architecture ( 3 min)
      5. Federation Style House - History - story of owners - architecture ( 3 min)
      6. Nurney House - Historic and heritage value - occupants - architecture (3 min)
      7. St Andrews - History of house, architecture, previous owners (3 min)
      8. Georgian Style House - Architecture, reference to early colonial family (3 min)
      9. Victorian Villa - Architecture including iron foundry work, previous owners, history of house (3 min)
      10. Chichester Gardens Estate - History of estate, founder - occupier of limestone house (4 min)
      11. Sandstone villa - boom period buildings (3 min)
      12. Semi-detached cottages - German community connection (3 min)
      13. Row Houses - History - usage (3 min)
      14. Row Houses - cottages - usage (3 min)
      15. Kentish Arms Hotel - History - connection with the sport of Cricket - previous owners - current use (4 min)
      16. Semi-detached cottages - 1850's - history - occupiers (3 min)
      17. Semi-detached cottages - connection to first settlement (3 min)
      18. Cottage - German influence (3 min)
      19. Cottage - German inhabitants (3 min)
      20. Two storey limestone house - one of earliest houses in North Adelaide (4 min)
      21. Shop - reference to crest above doorway - usage of building (3 min)
      22. The Store Cafe - previous and current use (3 min)
      23. Lion Hotel and Former Malthouse - History, development, associated characters, current usage (5 min)
      24. St Mary's Catholic Church - reference to Mary Mackillop (5 min)
      25. Admaston - History - architecture - occupants (3 min)
      26. Sunnyside - History - architecture - previous owners (3 min)
      27. Semi-Detached Houses - 1870's (3 min)
      28. Sandstone Victorian residence - History - architecture - previous occupants ( 3 min)
      29. Hylands - Bluestone Villa - History, occupants (3 min)
      30. 3 Victorian Villas - History, current usage (4 min)
      31. Former Congregational Church and Lecture Hall - History, previous usage,  current usage (9 min)

      • $30.00
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      Adelaide Walking Tour: Hills, Squares and Parklands more_vert
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      Join an easy-paced 2 hour small-group walking tour around upper North Adelaide adjacent to the city of Adelaide. The focus of thes tours is on history, heritage and culture and covers not only the architecture and history of the varying buildings but also the people who have been associated with them, and the stories about Adelaide's development from colonial times to today. Most of the sites visited are public institutions, statues and monuments as well as private homes and tour participants, whether locals, interstate or from overseas get to experience the essence of what Adelaide is all about.

      1. Wellington Hotel - Introduction including brief history of Adelaide and North Adelaide and its development, route of tour, duration and other housekeeping. Discuss Wellington Hotel and its history. (10 min)
      2. Wellington Square - Discuss history of square, significance (5 min)
      3. Shop, Wellington Square - History, architecture (3 min)
      4. Cortina - discuss two-storeyed houses - history - occupants ( 3 min)
      5. House - cast-iron detailed - architecture and development ( 3 min)
      6. Clifton - History - previous owners (3 min)
      7. House, Jeffcott Street - discuss previous owner and his history (5 min)
      8. Lutheran Seminary - former Whinham College - History, architecture, developers of site (7 min)
      9. Gable House - story of previous occupant, architecture (5 min)
      10. Belmont House - History of house, previous occupants, architecture (4 min)
      11. Kingsmead - Design, history, previous occupants (4 min)
      12. Duncraig - History, occupants, pioneering connection (3 min)
      13. Victorian Bay-windowed villa - History, occupants, suicide story (5 min)
      14. Bishop's Court, Christ Church & Rectory - History, architecture, notable occupants (10 min)
      15. Undoolya - History, associated families (4 min)
      16. House from 1950's - history, occupants (3 min)
      17. Roche House - History, stories of occupants, architecture (3 min)
      18. Aquinas College - History - previous and current usage (3 min)
      19. Light's Vision - Montefiore Hill - History of site, of Colonel William Light, first public hanging (10 min)
      20. Carclew - History of house, occupants, connection with famous explorer (5 min)
      21. Twin cottages - History - previous occupants (3 min)
      22. Former Christ Church School - History, architecture (4 min)
      23. Previously Milford House Private Hotel - story of development, associated occupants (5 min)
      24. Victorian row of cottages - History, development (5 min)
      25. Former Primitive Methodist Church - History - previous and current usage (5 min)

      • $30.00
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      Stately Swagger Adelaide Walking Tour more_vert
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      Join an easy-paced 2 hour small-group walking tours around upper North Adelaide adjacent to the city of Adelaide. The focus of these tours is on history, heritage and culture and covers not only the architecture and history of the varying buildings but also the people who have been associated with them, and the stories about Adelaide's development from colonial times to today. Most of the sites visited are public institutions, statues and monuments as well as private homes and tour participants, whether locals, interstate or from overseas get to experience the essence of what Adelaide is all about.

      1. Wellington Hotel - Introduction including brief history of Adelaide and North Adelaide and its development, route of tour, duration and other housekeeping.  Discuss Wellington Hotel and its history.  (10 min)
      2. Wellington Square - Discuss history of square, significance (5 min)
      3. City Land Investment Company Sub-Division - Discuss history, significance, area covered (7 min)
      4. Victorian Mansion - History, architecture, previous occupants ( 3 min)
      5. St Dominic's Priory - History, previous and current usage - pioneering connection ( 5 min)
      6. Zephyrside - History - connection to Australian Rules Football (6 min)
      7. Two-storey house - previous occupants  - history (6 min)
      8. Interwar Bungalow - History, occupants (4 min)
      9. Sidegarth - History, Pioneering family connection (5 min)
      10. St Laurence's Church & Priory - History, architecture (7 min)
      11. Red brick Edwardian residence - architecture (3 min)
      12. Buxton House - History, previous occupants including Sir Josiah Symon (7 min)
      13. Victorian sandstone residence - architecture (2 min)
      14. The previous "Corner Store" - architecture (3 min)
      15. Sandstone residence - 1870's - architecture (3 min)
      16. Regency Style dwellings - History, occupants, architecture (3 min)
      17. Bluestone Semi-detached houses - Architecture (3 min)
      18. Victorian Limestone dwelling - 1870's - architecture (3 min)
      19. Veda, previously Greenhill Galleries - History, occupants (5 min)
      20. Semi-detached 1870's-1880's dwellings - Architecture (4 min)
      21. Workers Cottages - 1840's - 1860's - History (4 min)
      22. House - connection to early pioneer - architecture (6 min)
      23. Cottage - 1850 - occupant history (5 min)
      24. Bay fronted Sandstone Residence - 1870's-1880's - Architecture (4 min)
      25. Bay fronted Sandstone Residence - 1880's - architecture (4 min)
      26. Bluestone Villas - Architecture (3 min)

      • $30.00
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      5-Day Adelaide and Kangaroo Island Tour Including Barossa Valley Wine Tasting more_vert
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      Combine wildlife and wine-tasting on a five-day tour of Adelaide and Kangaroo Island. Visit wineries in the Barossa Valley wine region, take a scenic drive through the Adelaide Hills, and meet sea lions and wallabies on Kangaroo Island. With plenty of free time to explore on your own, this five-day South Australian tour takes you to Flinders Chase National Park and includes accommodation in Adelaide and on Kangaroo Island.

      Please see the Itinerary below for details on accommodation and each day's activities.

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      Barossa Valley Day Trip from Adelaide Including Gourmet Pizza Lunch more_vert
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      Visit South Australia's Barossa Valley on a day trip from Adelaide with a guide. Enjoy a wine tasting at the well known Jacob's Creek Visitor Centre, and visit four other cellar doors (aka tasting rooms) for more wine. Dine on wood-fired gourmet pizzas for lunch, and make stops at the Big Rocking Horse and the Whispering Wall. Tour is limited to 21 passengers in an air-conditioned minibus. Departs in the morning and ends in early evening.

      Your day trip starts as you depart Adelaide by bus with your driver-guide, winding your way through the suburbs and scenic Adelaide Hills for an hour before stopping at Gumeracha, home to the Big Rocking Horse, proclaimed to be the world’s largest.

      At this site, part of a complex with a café and Australia’s only remaining wooden toy factory, you can meet the resident kangaroos, goats, and alpacas before continuing your tour to Williamstown, the gateway to Barossa Valley. Visit the Whispering Wall (weather permitting; see below), a 9-story structure built in a perfect semicircle more than 110 years ago where it’s possible to hear someone whisper from one end of the wall to the other, 459 feet (140 meters) away.

      Moving on, watching as gum trees are replaced by vine leaves, you’ll enter one of Australia’s largest and most celebrated wine regions. Your first stop is Jacob’s Creek, perhaps the country’s best-known winery and the largest wine exporter in the valley. Learn about the wines from a winery guide, who offers a selection of the popular shiraz, merlot, and rosé for tasting. Next visit Kies, a family-owned boutique winery where the setting is quaint and the service is personal. These top-notch wines are not available for sale elsewhere.

      For lunch, head to Saltrams to enjoy gourmet pizzas, and then you’ll have the chance for a cellar door (Aussie lingo for ‘tasting room’) tour and tasting of a selection of their wines. Continue to the Mengler’s Hill lookout for views of Barossa Valley before heading to Wolf Blass, a winery that dates back to 1966 and is one of the country’s most-awarded wine brands. Enjoy a tasting of the wide range of varietals here before popping in at the fourth mystery winery.

      Finally, relax and take in the views on the drive back to Adelaide, arriving in the early evening (at approximately 5pm).  

      Please note: The Whispering Wall is not available on days when there is a fire ban; the itinerary will be adjusted accordingly if you are unable to visit this attraction on the day of your tour.

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      6-Day Adelaide to Alice Springs Small Group Adventure including Ayers Rock Kings Canyon and Coober Pedy more_vert
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      Enjoy an authentic outback experience on a 6 day, 5 night all inclusive tour. From Adelaide to Alice Springs, walk through the Flinders Ranges, visit an opal mine and a Kangaroo Orphanage in Coober Pedy, appreciate the sunset over Uluru (Ayers Rock) and sunrise over Kata-Tjuta (The Olgas), walk through Watarrka National Park (Kings Canyon) and experience much more!

      Day 1  Adelaide - Quorn
      Start your adventure traveling through the vineyards of the Clare Valley, soon enough you're heading into the Outback through the historic town of Melrose, gateway to the Flinders Ranges. Enjoy an easy stroll through the awesome Alligator Gorge, which is can be bursting with wild flowers. Head to Quorn and settle into your dormitory style accommodation for the night.

      Day 2  Quorn - Coober Pedy
      Along the way to Coober Pedy you’ll notice the incredible changing landscapes. Wildlife, such as kangaroos, emus and eagles, will scatter as road trains thunder across a landscape that resembles Mars or the Moon. On a tour of an underground mine and Opal Mining Museum you’ll learn about the history of Coober Pedy, and hear about the local indigenous people at the Aboriginal Interpretive Centre. There’ll also be time to explore this remarkable town above and below the ground; try your luck fossicking or “noodling” for opals. A highlight for some is visiting Josephine’s Kangaroo Orphanage, where you can meet the rescued kangaroos and baby joeys and admire (or buy) Aboriginal art. Tonight we sleep, like locals do, underground, in bunkhouse accommodation. 

      Day 3  Coober Pedy - Uluru (Ayers Rock)
      It’s a big day driving up the Stuart Highway, with several pit stops en route. The mission today is to reach Uluru – nothing will prepare you for the sight of The Rock. Set up camp before experiencing our first awe-inspiring Uluru sunset, taking time to absorb the beauty and majesty of this place.

      Day 4  Uluru 
      Start the day by learning about the region’s indigenous history at the Uluru Kata Tjuta Aboriginal Cultural Centre before taking a walk around the base of Uluru. Hiking through acacia woodlands and grassy clay pans, you’ll spot wildlife at waterholes, marvel at the Rock’s geological wonders and learn more about Aboriginal interpretations from your Culturally Accredited Guide. Relax back at the campground and witness another brilliant Uluru sunset.

      Day 5  Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) - Watarrka NP (Kings Canyon)
      After experiencing another glorious sunrise over Uluru while devouring yet another scrumptious breakfast, hike to lookouts around Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) and visit the majestic Valley of the Winds with its ancient rock formations and extraordinary views. The hikes here can be challenging at times, with steep sections and duration of about 3.5 hours. After the walk we hit the road to reach Watarrka National Park (Kings Canyon) where you'll camp for the night.

      Day 6  Watarrka NP - Alice Springs
      The last day is spent exploring Watarrka, where you’ll need to stop to admire and photograph the massive sandstone walls, vast canyon floor and stunning gorges. On the Canyon Rim Walk (3-4 hours), you’ll experience the beautiful Garden of Eden and learn more about the local Aboriginal culture. After lunch we begin the journey into Alice Springs and arrive at approximately 6:30pm.

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      3-Day Great Ocean Road and Grampians Trip from Adelaide to Melbourne more_vert
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      Make the most of the Grampians and the Great Ocean Road with this 3 days, 2 night all inclusive tour. Enjoy spending a night in the heart of the Grampians before hiking it in the morning. Stop to admire the extraordinary rock formation along the road before appreciating the sunset upon the 12 Apostles. With a max of 21 passengers enjoy a fun, interactive and informative tour with a professional tour guide.

      Day 1
      Escape the city and cruise through the scenic Adelaide Hills with a morning stop to grab a bite to eat and a tea or coffee. Stop for lunch before entering Halls Gap, gateway to the famed Grampians National Park. At around dusk, when wildlife, such as wallabies, kangaroos, cockatoos and kookaburras, come out to play, walk (an easy 1 hour) through rocky outcrops and forests to The Balconies, another stunning geological formation. Tonight sleep in dormitory style accommodation in the heart of the Grampians.

      Day 2
      Wake up and hike 2 hours to The Pinnacle, probably the finest viewpoint in the Grampians. Visit the Brambuk Cultural Centre to learn about the local Aboriginal history, before departing this wondrous place. Enjoy lunch somewhere truly spectacular: the Tower Hill Reserve, home to wetlands, a lake, abundant wildlife and a dormant volcano.
      The magnificent Great Ocean Road beckons! Stop at several extraordinary rock formations along the Shipwreck Coast, such as the Bay of Martyrs, London Bridge and Loch Ard Gorge. For many, the most amazing sight is the famed Twelve Apostles. This spectacular collection of limestone stacks is best appreciated at sunset from the boardwalk. The next morning you also have the opportunity to view them aboard a helicopter (extra cost). Tonight stay in dormitory style accommodation on the Great Ocean Road.

      Day 3
      Start your final day with an easy walk (1 hour) through the Great Otway National Park, which boasts some of the world’s oldest temperate rainforest. Sections of the Great Ocean Road were carved through cliffs by servicemen returning after World War I, and offer some of the most impressive coastal roads you’ll ever see. You can take a quick dip in the ocean or explore the artistic beachside villages of Apollo Bay and Lorne. You can watch surfers in action at famed beaches such as Bells Beach and Torquay (home of the surf brand outlets Rip Curl and Quicksilver). Stop at Kennett River Koalas to watch the cuddly creatures in the wild, before heading through Geelong on the way to the big city, Melbourne.

      Please Remember
      Sometimes the itinerary must be flexible due to road and weather conditions. The hike to the Pinnacle is the most challenging walk on the tour through rough terrain, a reasonable level of fitness is required.

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      Overnight Kangaroo Island Wildlife Adventure from Adelaide more_vert
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      Enjoy a 2 day all-inclusive Kangaroo Island Tour. Just few hours away from Adelaide, your breathe will be taken away by the beauty of the island, the abundance of wildlife and get ready for the adventure pack: hiking through Flinders Chase National Park, Sand boarding in Little Sahara and much more!

      From your comfortable minibus you’ll appreciate the fantastic coastal views as you head towards Kangaroo Island along the Fleurieu Peninsula. After driving for 90 minutes, hop aboard the massive ferry for the 45-minute cruise to the picturesque beachside village of Penneshaw, where you can stock up on supplies.

      The first stop is Prospect Hill, where a moderately easy climb offers magnificent 360-degree views of Australia’s third-largest island.

      The highlight for many is the guided tour along the pure-white beach of Seal Bay, where you can walk within metres of countless Australian Sea Lions snoozing on the sand or frolicking in the surf. Or maybe your favorite part will be the Flinders Chase National Park in the far west of the island, which hosts two extraordinary geological features: the Remarkable Rocks and the Admirals Arch, which is also home to a colony of New Zealand Fur Seals.

      The dormitory style accommodation is located within a farm on the edge of the national park. After a huge Aussie barbecue dinner, we sit around the campfire swapping stories, playing didgeridoos and maybe, spotting wildlife, such as kangaroos and possums.

      After breakfast on day 2, your wildlife adventure continues! In the cooler morning weather, you can hike one of the many walking trails on the island where you can watch kangaroos hopping about the bush, koalas nesting in their favorite gum trees and possibly, spot a shy echidna shuffling past. In the summer months, spend some time swimming and snorkeling in search of the elusive leafy sea dragon which resides off the coast. You can laze about Vivonne Bay, Hanson Bay, Stokes Bay or one of the other superb beach spots with their pristine sand and clear water, or alternatively you can follow the nearby trail along the beach and river to search for more wildlife.

      The action packed afternoon starts with sand-boarding down the Little Sahara dunes. Enjoy a leisurely paddle in kayaks along the Harriet River, but if you do crave something more adventurous, quad-biking along rocky paths through dense scrub is an optional extra.

      From Penneshaw, take the ferry to Cape Jervis for the short drive back to Adelaide to arrive at around 8:30pm.

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      7-Day Adelaide to Alice Springs Desert Patrol more_vert
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      Discover the South Australian Outback and the Red Centre in 7 days. From the Flinders Ranges to Kings Canyon in Watarrka National Park, through the Oodnadatta track, Coober Pedy, Uluru and Kata Tjuta, admire the diversity of scenery, visit an Opal mine, a Kangaroo orphanage and learn about the aboriginal history and culture of this magnificent region.

      Day 1   Adelaide - Angorichina
      Escape the city and head north to the Flinders Ranges - the starting point for your outback desert adventure. Passing through small country towns like Quorn and Hawker, the scenery gradually changes to the legendary landscapes of the oldest continent on earth. Tonight stay at Angorichina, in the magnificent Parachilna Gorge.

      Day 2    Angorichina - William Creek
      Destination outback, with a day of driving the dirt road ahead. Along the Oodnadatta Track, follow the Old Ghan Railway and its long abandoned railway settlements. This is remote territory, with red, stony plains stretching to the horizon. Traverse the bottom of Lake Eyre, Australia’s largest salt lake. Stop at Coward Springs for a relaxing, all-natural spa. At William Creek (South Australia’s smallest town) camp under the desert stars and drink a beer in the iconic Aussie pub with the locals.

      Day 3    William Creek - Coober Pedy
      Taking an isolated track through Anna Creek, the world’s largest cattle station, head for the opal capital of the world - Coober Pedy. Take an underground tour to learn about the history of Coober Pedy and its opal. Free time is available to explore the charms of the town, such as Josephine’s Kangaroo Orphanage and Aboriginal Art Gallery or “noodle” for opals on your own. Tonight sleep like the locals do, underground in bunkhouse accommodation.

      Day 4    Coober Pedy - Uluru (Ayers Rock)
      It’s a big day of driving up the Stuart Highway to Uluru (Ayers Rock) with several pit stops en-route. Set up camp at Ayers Rock Resort Campground, for nights four and five before watching the sunset over Uluru, taking time to absorb the beauty and majesty of this place.

      Day 5    Uluru (Ayers Rock)
      A sunrise breakfast at Uluru, followed by a guided cultural walk around the base. Hear about Tjukurpa, the religious and social beliefs of the Anangu people leading you to an understanding of the cultural landscape. Visit the Uluru Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre before heading back to the camp for lunch and later, another stunning Uluru sunset.

      Day 6    Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) - Watarrka NP (Kings Canyon)
      Spend the morning at Kata Tjuta (The Olgas), hiking the magnificent Valley of the Winds followed by lunch and an afternoon drive to Watarrka (Kings Canyon). Camping tonight at Kings Creek.

      Day 7    Watasrrka NP (Kings Canyon) - Alice Springs
      A morning at the spectacular Watarrka, through the sandstone domes and down into the Garden of Eden. Return to camp for lunch and then begin the journey to your final destination, Alice Springs where you will arrive at approximately 6.30pm.

      • $1025.00
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      4-Day Flinders Outback Explorer Trip from Adelaide more_vert
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      From Adelaide to Coober Pedy and return, take time to discover the South Australian Outback. Start going through the Clare Valley before reaching the Flinders Ranges. Walk through the Parachlina Gorge before heading to the Oodnadatta track. Along the track stop at Lake Eyre, Australia's largest salt lake before bathing at Coward Springs. Enjoy your time visiting Coober Pedy, the Opal capital of the world.

      Day 1    Adelaide - Flinders Ranges
      Quickly escaping the city, head north into the magnificent Flinders Ranges, the starting point for your outback desert adventure. Passing through charming country towns like Quorn and Hawker the scenery gradually changes to the legendary landscapes of the oldest continent on earth. At the lovely Parachilna Gorge, with its rock pools, red cliffs and creek beds, you’ll probably spot kangaroos, emus and maybe a rare Yellow-footed Rock Wallaby. Your first night will be spent counting desert stars while snuggled inside a swag.

      Day 2    Flinders Ranges - William Creek
      Now, it’s time to really hit the Outback! From Maree, with a rich history of camel trains, head along the unsealed Oodnadatta Track. You will also follow the old Ghan Railway, with its crumbling bridges and long-abandoned settlements, and traverse the bottom of Lake Eyre. Usually a giant salt pan that you can walk, dance or cartwheel on. About once every eight years when it fills with water Lake Eyre transforms into Australia’s largest lake, where fish and birdlife gather to celebrate! Stop at Coward Springs for a relaxing, all-natural spa with its consistently warm water. At William Creek, South Australia’s smallest town with an official population of just 10 people and their pets, enjoy a few drinks and chat to locals at the iconic pub built in 1887.

      Day 3    William Creek - Coober Pedy
      Start the day following an isolated track through Anna Creek, the world’s largest working cattle station – at about 32,500 square kilometres, it’s bigger than Israel. Coober Pedy is the Opal Capital of the World and set in a landscape that looks like the moon. On a tour of an underground mine and Opal Mining Museum you’ll learn about the history of the town, and at the Aboriginal Interpretive Centre you’ll also hear about the local indigenous people. There will be time to explore this remarkable town above and below the ground; try your luck fossicking or “noodling” for opals or just browse one of the many opal shops.  A highlight for some is visiting Josephine’s Kangaroo Orphanage, where you can meet the rescued kangaroos and baby joeys and admire (or buy) Aboriginal art and didgeridoos. Tonight sleep like the locals do – underground, in bunkhouse accommodation. 

      Day 4    Coober Pedy - Adelaide
      After breakfast, leave early for the trip back to Adelaide through the ever-changing landscapes of the great Australian Outback. There are many opportunities to stop for photos, time permitting, the group will have lunch on the foreshore of Port Augusta at the tip of the Spencer Gulf, before arriving into Adelaide at approximately 6:30pm.

      • $545.00
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      Adelaide Photography Tours more_vert
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      Learn how to best use your digital camera in manual modes and master composition. Need a local professional photographer to show you the best spots at the best time, this is the best way to explore and discover. A unique learning adventure to inspire and spark your passion for photography.

      Explore the best spots of Adelaide. Document a travel story with your pics. Get taken to the best vantage points. Elements and Principles in composition and design. Hands on challenges to put theory into practice. Get off auto mode and and learn to shoot in manual mode.10 technical & 10 creative points.

      Travel Photography (street portraits, architecture, still life, abstract, landscapes, nature)
      Learn how to best use your digital camera in manual modes & master composition. Need a local professional photographer to show you the best spots at the best time, this is the best way to explore and discover. A Unique learning adventure to inspire and spark your passion for photography.

      You have the choice of taking a 3-hour afternoon or night tour, or combining these for a 6-hour afternoon and night experience.

      • $99.00
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      Adelaide Self-Guided Audio Tour more_vert
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      Download a vibrantly-narrated mp3 audio guide combined with a map detailing the area of your tour. This historic audio tour will guide you through the culturally rich city of Adelaide where you will see sights such as the exciting Rundle Mall, the monumental St Peter's Cathedral, and the vibrant Festival Centre.

      Immerse yourself in the culturally rich and stunning city of Adelaide, home to many festivals, amazing architecture and some of the best food and drink in Australia!

      This audio tour will tell you about its history starting in 1836 and share stories of its first native inhabitants. Walking through this central city, you’ll be amazed by the pristine beaches, it's Central Market and it's vibrant Festival Centre. You will also see Rundle Mall, the Victoria Square Tarndanyangga, St Francis Xavier Cathedral, the South Australian Museum, the Migration Museum, the Parliament House, St Peter's Cathedral and the Light's Vision. Your tour. Your pace.

      • $26.96
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      11-Day Simpson Desert 4WD Expedition from Adelaide to Alice Springs more_vert
      $4500.00 AUD Book
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      This incredible 4WD camping expedition from Adelaide to Alice Springs crosses the mighty Simpson Desert. Travel north through the Flinders Ranges to Lake Eyre, up the Birdsville Track, then from Dalhousie Springs to Alice Springs via Old Andado. The deserts of the Lake Eyre basin are unlike any other in Australia.

      The sediments that flow down the great river systems of the Diamantina and Cooper are raised by the wind and dumped into vast longitudinal sand dunes. They hold less vegetation than the Western Deserts, interspersed with its salt lakes, clay pans and spinifex. In places there are gidgee groves in the interdunal corridors, gnarled like ancient olive trees. Amid all this beauty is one of the toughest four wheel drive challenges on the planet. But this expedition is far more than just the Simpson Desert; travel the historic Birdsville Tracks, rich in Aboriginal and European heritage. Explore lesser known gorges in the Flinders Ranges, as the group treks north from Dalhousie to historic Old Andado Station. Your tour operator has been operating expeditions to the Simpson Desert and Lake Eyre Basin since 1990 and have crossed the desert over 100 times, along every track, and off track as well.

      • $4500.00
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      3-Night Murray River Cruise by Classic Paddle Wheeler more_vert
      $926.00 AUD Book
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      Board an authentic paddle wheeler for a 3-night cruise on the beautiful and historic Murray River, traveling between Walkers Flat and Murray Bridge. Float along the water to spot a variety of flora, fauna, and wildlife along the riverbanks. Excursions include a nature walk, a backwater wildlife trip by small boat, a tour of a historic town, and a presentation on the food and wine produced in this famous agricultural region. Wind down each evening with onboard entertainment and dinner.

      Experience classic river transportation on an authentic paddle wheeler built for the Murray River, Australia's most important inland waterway and the world's third longest navigable river.


      Well-equipped cabins, excellent meals and attentive staff ensure that you’re comfortable throughout your journey. (See Pricing for accommodation details.) The cruise focuses on nature and wildlife with informative special presentations, shoreline tours and nature hikes. Special dinners and live entertainment allow time to mingle and meet the captain and crew, who share stories about life on the Murray River.

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      4-Night Murray River Cruise by Classic Paddle Wheeler more_vert
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      All aboard a classic paddle wheeler for an unforgettable 4-night cruise along the Murray River that takes you into the Australian outback. Discover the rich heritage of historic riverside ports, including visits to an Aboriginal archaeological site, a typical Australian sheep farm, a vineyard with wine-tasting, and a native wildlife shelter. Throughout your trip, expect festive dinners and optional excursions as you take in the spectacular scenery and a variety of wildlife along one of Australia’s most important rivers.

      Hop on board your authentic paddle wheeler that was specially built for travel on the Murray River, Australia's most significant inland waterway.


      Attentive staff, well-equipped cabins and excellent meals provide a comfortable journey on this small-ship cruise in the Australian outback, with a maximum of 120 people. Occasions such as a festive outback barbecue and a semi-formal dinner and dance give the guests, captain and crew a chance to mingle and swap stories of life on the river.

      • $1266.00
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      Adelaide Hills Wine Exploration Day Trip from Adelaide or Glenelg more_vert
      $175.00 AUD Book
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      Enjoy a relaxing day touring the gorgeous Adelaide Hills visiting boutique wineries. Your small-group of up to six guests will enjoy a fun and engaging day with your private wine guide. Discover a range of varieties, better understand the wines you know and love, and unlock some of the mysteries laying beneath the cork. 

      Perfect for the white wine lover or those who like their reds to be more mellow, the Hills is definitely the place to visit when the temperature starts to rise. There are many well-respected and well-known producers; however, the most exciting thing about the Hills are those producers who you may not have heard of yet!

      Your exploration of wine and the hidden gems of the Adelaide Hills includes hotel pickup and drop-off.

      Your day begins when you are picked-up from your Adelaide CBD or Glenelg accommodation around 9:30am in a top-of-the-line Mercedes-Benz V250. During your drive to the first winery your wine guide will familiarize you with the region and its roots, along with Adelaide's other main wine producing regions. 

      During your first two winery visits, your guide will get to know you and your tastes in wine, and will plan the rest of your day according to your specific tastes when possible.

      After your third winery of the day, you can choose to enjoy lunch in the picturesque little German hamlet of Hahndorf for a traditional feast, order something fresh and light from the garden cafe, or snack on a platter of regional produce.

      Following lunch you will have time to visit two more wineries, or if you prefer you can sample some award-winning Hills beers; visit the Beerenberg factory for jams, marmalade's and condiments; a Cheese Wright gallery to sample award-winning cheeses, or even a chocolate factory.

      At the end of your tour you are transported back to your accommodation at approximately 5:30pm.

      • $175.00
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      Barossa Valley Wine Exploration Day Trip from Adelaide or Glenelg more_vert
      $175.00 AUD Book
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      Indulge in an easy day touring the world renowned Barossa Valley visiting boutique wineries. As part of a small group of up to six guests, you will enjoy a fun and engaging day with your private wine guide. Discover a range of varieties, better understand those you know and love, and unlock some of the mysteries laying beneath the cork. 

      Known for heavy hitting red wines, the Barossa is a Shiraz lover’s delight, however the rising stars of Grenache and Mataro may persuade you with their flavorsome flexibility. Add in a good measure of crisp Rieslings to break things up along with some Semillon and even Viognier.

      Join an exploration of wine and discover the hidden gems of the legendary Barossa Valley.

      Start your day by being picked up from your Adelaide CBD or Glenelg accommodation around 9am in a Mercedes-Benz V250. Along the way to the first winery, your wine guide will familiarize you with the region and its roots, along with Adelaide's other main wine producing regions. 

      During the first two winery visits, your guide will get to know you and your tastes in wine, and will plan the rest of the day accordingly to the tastes of individuals within the group wherever possible.

      After the third winery of the day, it's off to lunch, whether it be one of the region's favorite seasonal restaurants or a winery to snack on a platter of regional produce overlooking the vines.

      Following lunch, there is time to visit two more wineries which will be chosen based on the group's preferences. Maggie Beers Farm, the Barossa Valley Cheese Company, and also a secret local lookout are often made part of the day.

      At the end of the tour, you are transported back to your accommodation around 5:30pm along with anything you may have purchased during the day.

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      McLaren Vale Wine Exploration Day Trip from Adelaide or Glenelg more_vert
      $175.00 AUD Book
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      Sit back and relax on a day out touring picturesque McLaren Vale and visiting boutique wineries. As part of a small group of up to six guests you will enjoy a fun and engaging day with your private wine guide. Discover a range of varieties, better understand those you know and love, and unlock some of the mysteries laying beneath the cork. 

      One of the best regions to visit, the Vale definitely has something for everybody! One of the most diverse wine growing regions in the world, McLaren Vale is at the forefront of the New World of wine, pushing boundaries and breaking the mould of wine as we know it!

      Join this exploration of wine, and discover the hidden gems of McLaren Vale!

      The day starts with being picked up from your Adelaide CBD or Glenelg accommodation around 9am in our top of the line Mercedes-Benz V250. Along the way to the first winery your wine guide will familiarise you with the region and its roots, along with Adelaide's other main wine producing regions. 

      During the first two winery visits your guide will get to know you and your tastes in wine, and will plan the rest of the day accordingly to the tastes of individuals within the group wherever possible.

      After the third winery for the day it's off to lunch whether it be one of the State's best pizza joints, maybe something fresh and light from a seasonal garden cafe, or to snack on a platter of regional produce overlooking the vines - it's your choice!

      Following lunch there is time to visit two more wineries which will be chosen based on the group's preferences and whatever impromptu experiences your guide may have stashed up his sleeve.

      At the end of the tour you are transported back to your accommodation for around 530pm, along with anything you may have purchased during the day and the many memories you will have made

      • $175.00
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      Barossa Valley Scenic Flight more_vert
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      Soar over South Australia's Barossa Valley on a 35-minute air tour by fixed-wing aircraft. A professional pilot flies you over the wine region toward locations like Nuriootpa and over Eden Valley.

      At Parafield Airport outside Adelaide, meet your pilot at the VIP departure lounge of the air terminal, and go through a safety briefing before boarding your plane. 

      Then take off, traveling northeast over South Para Reservoir and soaring across Barossa Valley wine country to Nuriootpa. From here, turn south following the natural lines of the hills to Anguston and Eden Valley before crossing the ranges back to the airport, where your tour ends. Upon landing, post for a photo opportunity with your aircraft and team. Estimated flight time is 35 minutes.

      • $175.00
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      Adelaide Mega Adventure Park more_vert
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      Mega Advenure Sky Challenge access all areas pass gives you free reign to explore over 50 obstacle crossings on the entire SkyMate structure, lets you take the ultimate plunge from the ParaJump, and enjoy the arresting views from the SkyWalk.

      The aerial SkyMate structure takes adventure to a whole new level of fun. Imagine playing tennis in the sky, rowing a boat mid-air or manoeuvring between obstacles like our floating esky, BMX bike and sky-high picnic table? And, for those who are up for the ultimate challenge, you can take a leap of faith from our ParaJump – all in the safety of our world-class harness.

      If you’d prefer to be part of the action and enjoy the views without a harness you can explore the SkyWalk – take 83 steps to the top of the viewing platform and enjoy uninterrupted views across the Adelaide Hills and western shoreline.

      Whatever level of fun you are up for, check out Mega Adventure Park!

      • $55.00
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      Small Group Gourmet Adelaide Hills and Hahndorf Day Trip from Adelaide more_vert
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      Spend a day discovering the best of the Adelaide Hills and Hahndorf, Australia's oldest surviving German settlement. Enjoy a 'wine flight' accompanied by a matching cheese sampler plate, a plank of six boutique beers and the very best produce including cheese, chocolate, jam and condiment tastings, with free time to explore Hahndorf. Complimentary pickup and drop-off from your Glenelg, Adelaide CBD or Hahndorf accommodation is included. A la carte lunch at Maximilian’s award winning restaurant with a glass of wine is optional or purchase your own lunch in Hahndorf with a choice of over 40 cafes, pubs and restaurants within a 1km strip on the beautiful main street.

      Your gourmet food, wine and sightseeing tour begins with complimentary pick up from your Glenelg, Adelaide CBD or Hahndorf accommodation, before heading to Haigh’s Chocolate Factory for a tour. Let your senses erupt as you are hit with the delicious smell of chocolate and enjoy a sample as you are shown the art of fine chocolate making.

      Next, drive to Mount Lofty Summit to experience a wonderful panoramic view of Adelaide, before traveling through the beautiful Hills villages of Stirling, Aldgate and Bridgewater, arriving in Hahndorf.

      Your first tasting for the day will be at Shaw and Smith Winery where you get to enjoy a Wine Flight consisting of three white and two red wines matched to assorted local cheeses.

      Continue on to Beerenberg Strawberry Farm Shop – a sixth generation local business. Here you can view and sample their world renowned products with the option to purchase their delightful condiments to take home if you wish.

      Then arrive at Sidewood Cellar Door to enjoy some pre-lunch wine and cider tastings. There is a special treat for anyone who would like to try their luck at sinking a hole in one on the floating golf green. If you succeed you win AU$1000 in prizes.

      Next door is Maximilian’s award winning restaurant where you enjoy a main course lunch of your choice from their a la carte menu, plus a glass of your favourite wine from the Sidewood Cellar Door Estate range. You can also visit Hahndorf to purchase your own lunch with a choice of over 40 cafes, pubs and restaurants within a 1km strip on the beautiful main street.

      Travel to Hahndorf for cheese tastings at Udder Delights and free time to explore this Historic Village. Before leaving enjoy afternoon tea at a German bakery.

      The last stop for the day is at Prancing Pony Brewery where you can experience a Beer Plank of six boutique beers. Indulge in a complimentary box of chocolates on the drive home before being dropped off at your Hahndorf, Glenelg or Adelaide CBD accommodation.

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      Small Group Gourmet Barossa Valley Day Trip from Adelaide more_vert
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      Explore the beautiful Barossa Valley and enjoy the very best the region has to offer, with the option to experience the Barossa from above on a helicopter joy flight. Visit four wineries and cellar doors, enjoy morning tea and cheese tastings plus indulge in a wine and chocolate pairing experience. Complimentary pickups and drop-offs are offered from your Glenelg, Adelaide CBD or Hahndorf accommodation. A la carte lunch at Lou Miranda Estate, Rowland Flat, with a glass of wine is optional or purchase your own lunch along the main street of Tanunda with a choice of over 20 eateries within a 500-meter strip.

      Your gourmet food, wine, and sightseeing tour begins with complimentary pickup from your Glenelg, Adelaide CBD or Hahndorf accommodation, before driving through the beautiful hills villages of Stirling, Aldgate and Bridgewater. Visit the Herbig Family Tree in Springton, an approximately 400-year-old hollow red gum tree, which housed the Herbig Family in 1858.

      Drive to Angaston and sample cheeses at Barossa Cheese Co., then head to Tanunda for morning tea and indulge in your choice of fresh, country baked cakes and pastries with your tea and coffee.

      The next stop is the magnificent Seppeltsfield Winery. See its 100-year-old palm-lined boulevard, to begin your wine tasting journey.

      Head to Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop in Nuriootpa. Here, you can view and sample Maggie’s world-renowned products, with the option to purchase if you wish. You can also see the set where Maggie films 'The Cook and the Chef.'

      Take an optional 10-minute helicopter flight over part of the Barossa Valley, allowing you to enjoy a bird’s eye view of this beautiful wine growing region. A minimum of two passengers is required, at an additional cost of AU$77 per person, payable direct to the helicopter operator.

      By now you will be ready for lunch, as the group travels to Lou Miranda Restaurant and Winery where you will sample their quality wines. Select a glass of your favorite wine to accompany your choice of main course from their a la carte menu. If you prefer, explore Tanunda where you can purchase your own lunch, with a choice of over 20 eateries within a 500-meter strip on the main street.

      After lunch, travel to Kellermeister Cellar Door to sit back and sample their premium wines, cider, and delicious chocolate liqueur.

      Enjoy a special treat at Schild Estate, with a local gourmet cheese platter to accompany your wine tastings. Or, for those with a sweet-tooth there are five mouth-watering premium chocolates matched to red and white wines.

      The last stop is a visit to the Whispering Wall in Williamstown – a 9-story high reservoir built in approximately 1900 where words spoken in a whisper at one end can be heard clearly at the other end of the wall 140-meters away. It’s hard to believe, but the wall really does whisper! 

      Indulge in a complimentary box of chocolates on the drive home, before being dropped off at your Hahndorf, Glenelg or Adelaide CBD accommodation.

      • $165.00
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      Small Group Adelaide Hills Divine Wine Day Trip from Adelaide more_vert
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      Enjoy a day out taking in the magnificent sights and tastes of some of the best wineries and cellar doors the Adelaide Hills has to offer. Delight in a seasonal platter while taking in one of the best panoramic views in the region and visit Hahndorf, Australia's oldest surviving German settlement. Complimentary pick up and drop off from your Glenelg or Adelaide CBD accommodation is included.

      • Complimentary pick up from Glenelg or Adelaide CBD accommodation
      • Visit Adelaide’s highest peak; Mount Lofty Summit, to experience a panoramic view of Adelaide then drive through the beautiful hills villages of Summertown and Uraidla on the way to the first winery
      • Indulge in a  seasonal platter and wine tastings at the very picturesque Pike & Joyce, Lenswood
      • The next stop for the day is the beautiful and family owned Golding Wines, Lobethal
      • Enjoy free time in Hahndorf to explore and purchase your lunch. Choose from over 40 cafes, pubs and restaurants within a 1-kilometer strip on the beautiful main street.
      • After lunch head to O’Leary Walker, found in the former Stables house of the historic Johnston Brewery beside Oakbank Racecourse, for more wine tastings
      • Visit the very pretty Artwine family owned boutique winery in Woodside
      • The last stop for the day is Bird in Hand to enjoy tastings of their award winning wines, including special releases available only at the cellar door
      • Indulge in a complimentary box of chocolates on the drive home before being dropped off at your Glenelg or Adelaide CBD accommodation

      • $129.00
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      McLaren Vale Hop-On Hop-Off Tour from Adelaide more_vert
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      Join Adelaide’s only hop-on hop-off McLaren Vale winery tour service departing from Adelaide CBD. A comfortable bus collects from the Stamford Plaza Hotel in mid-morning, then takes you out to stunning McLaren Vale to follow a looping circuit featuring 12-15 of the best wineries and venues in the area. Each circuit takes approximately 1-hour to complete, giving you ample time to sample that winery's offerings. Along the way you are free to hop-on or off at any of the selected stops on the timetable. Return to the city in the late afternoon, disembarking approximately 4:45pm.

      Experience McLaren Vale as though you were driving yourself. Just 40-minutes south of Adelaide, this tour allows you to hop-on or off along a select trail as you please. Having too good a time at a particular cellar door, or enjoying lunch a little too much? Stay on and catch a later bus. With a bit of planning, assisted by the comprehensive timetable and Info-Pack, you truly can tour your way.

      McLaren Vale boasts a spectacular mix of the old and the new set in a lush coastal location. Whether it’s the wine styles, the vineyards or the cellar doors, you’ll find McLaren Vale’s blend of tradition and innovation to be unforgettable.

      Set along the Fleurieu coastline, McLaren Vale offers lush rolling vines and hill top views over the valley and to the sea. Many wineries are optimally sited to offer spectacular vistas, with picnic areas and benches for all to enjoy.

      These days the vale is as much known for its newer wine styles such as Sangiovese and Barbera as it is for the more traditional Shiraz, Grenache and Cabernet Sauvignon. Shiraz still accounts for 50% of the crush and for good reason. Any fan of big dry reds will love the world class Shiraz coming out of this region.

      The trail makes the most of McLaren Vale’s rich and varied food offerings, and there are options to suit every taste and budget (at own expense). Whether it’s a grazing platter of local produce, fine dining, or one of the numerous cafes and bakeries in the township, there's something for everyone. Alternatively bring a picnic and perch on the hilltop at Kay Brothers enjoying serenity and stunning views.
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      Barossa Valley Hop-On Hop-Off Tour from Adelaide more_vert
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      Join Adelaide’s only hop-on, hop-off Barossa Valley winery tour service departing from Adelaide CBD. A comfortable bus collects from the Stamford Plaza Hotel (Adelaide CBD) at mid-morning, then takes you out to the famous Barossa Valley to follow a looping circuit featuring 8-10 of the best wineries and venues in the area. Each circuit takes approx 60 minutes to complete, giving you plenty of time to sample that venue's offering. Along the way you are free to hop-on or off at any of the selected stops on the timetable. Return home to the city in the late afternoon, disembarking approx 5.30pm.

      Experience the Barossa Valley as though you were driving yourself.

      Just an hour north of Adelaide, Barossa Valley is one of Australia’s best and most renowned wine regions. Join this rich trail featuring a selection of the must-see destinations of the region, and tour your way through the full bodied wines and outstanding regional produce of this gourmet capital. This tour allows you to hop-on or off along a select trail as you please. Having too good a time at a particular cellar door, or enjoying lunch a little too much? Stay on and catch a later bus! With a bit of planning (assisted by our comprehensive timetable and Info-Pack) you truly can tour your way.

      Scenery

      Barossa is a beautiful region, with historic villages, vineyards and farms dotting a patchwork vista. The scenery from within the cellar doors is as impressive as it is from the road, with tasting rooms steeped in history and atmopshere, or newly sited to make the most of stunning surrounds.

      Wine

      With over 150 wineries, 550 grape growing families and some of the oldest vines in the world, it’s no wonder Barossa stands as one of the world’s great wine regions. Barossa Shiraz and Eden Valley Riesling have led the way as regional heroes, with Cabernet Sauvignon, Mataro, Grenache, Semillon and Fortified wines all contributing to Barossa’s reputation.

      Food

      The trail features a variety of the region’s best offerings – whether it’s Maggie Beer’s must-visit shop, the wood fired pizzas and modern cuisine at Saltram, the bakeries, cheesemongers and cafes at Angaston and Tanunda, or the wonderful 'locavore' options at Charles Melton winery. Alternatively you could always bring a picnic and relax in the beautiful lush gardens of Yalumba.

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      Hahndorf and Adelaide Hills Hop-On Hop-Off Tour from Adelaide more_vert
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      Join Adelaide’s only hop-on hop-off Hahndorf and Adelaide Hills winery tour service departing from Adelaide CBD. A comfortable bus collects from the Stamford Plaza Hotel (Adelaide CBD) at mid-morning, then takes you out to the beautiful hills region surrounding the historic township of Hahndorf, to follow a looping circuit featuring 8-10 of the best wineries and venues in the area. Each circuit takes approximately 1-hour to complete, giving you plenty of time to sample that venue's offering. Along the way you are free to hop-on or off at any of the selected stops on the timetable. Return to the city in the late afternoon, disembarking at approximately 4:45pm.

      Experience Hahndorf and the Adelaide Hills as though you were driving yourself. Just 30-minutes up the freeway, Hahndorf and its surrounds feel a world away from the hustle and bustle of Adelaide city. Make your way along this unique trail featuring the very best of the region and be captivated by the rich natural beauty, history, and of course some of the best food and wine in the country. You have the flexibility to hop-on or off along the select trail as you please. Having too good a time at a particular cellar door, or enjoying lunch a little too much? Stay on and catch a later bus. With a bit of planning, assisted by the comprehensive timetable and Info-Pack, you truly can tour your way.

      The character of the hills depends on the time of year you visit, be it the mists of winter, the red and gold leaves of autumn, or the clear bright sunshine of the warmer months. This trail is all about winding country roads, panoramic vistas of vines and orchards, and more historic sites than you can waggle a wine glass at.

      The cooler climates make for some outstanding wines. From Shaw and Smith’s ‘Australia’s Best Shiraz’ award at the London International Wine Challenge, to the iconic and eminently drinkable Sparkling Rosé from Bird in Hand, on this day you’ll have the opportunity to taste a wide range of Australia’s best and most memorable wines.

      From Hahndorf’s plentiful array of authentic German cuisine, pubs and cafes, to the fine dining offered at The Lane vineyard, or the cheesemongers and chocolate factory at Woodside, thie trail makes the most of the region’s delectable offerings. Alternatively bring a picnic and recline on the lawn at Shaw and Smith overlooking lush views of lake, hills and vines.

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      Private Arrival Transfer: Adelaide Airport to Hotel more_vert
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      Enjoy a stress-free start to your stay in Adelaide CBD with this convenient and comfortable luxury transfer from Adelaide Airport to your accommodation. Plan ahead to avoid waiting in line for taxis or public transportation. With this airport transfer, your private driver will pick you up from the international or domestic terminal and take you directly to your Adelaide CBD  hotel in the most luxurious and spacious vehicle available.

      Book your private arrival transfer from Adelaide Airport to your Adelaide CBD hotel and enjoy a stress-free way to start your stay in Adelaide! When you leave the baggage claim area at either the international or domestic terminal, you’ll be met by a representative holding a sign with your name. Your expert driver will then assist you with your luggage and lead to you to your private luxury vehicle, where you can sit back, relax, and enjoy a comfortable ride straight to your hotel.

      When making a booking for this private arrival transfer from Adelaide Airport to your CBD hotel, you will need to advise your flight details and your hotel details. Your transfer will be confirmed at time of booking, and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver. It's that easy!

      Price is per person, based on 3 adults per car/vehicle

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      Private Departure Transfer: Hotel to Adelaide Airport more_vert
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      End your stay in Adelaide with a comfortable and convenient luxury transfer from your Adelaide CBD hotel to Adelaide Airport. Avoid the hassle of waiting in line for a taxi or finding public transportation; plan ahead to enjoy an efficient, private transfer from your hotel directly to the international or domestic terminal.

      Book your private transfer from your Adelaide CBD hotel to Adelaide Airport and enjoy a hassle-free way to end your stay! Avoid the stress and confusion of trying to find your own way to the airport. With this convenient transfer, your professional driver will pick you up from your hotel and assist you with your luggage. Then, sit back and relax in the comfort of your private vehicle as you’re taken directly to the airport’s international or domestic terminal.

      When making a booking for this private departure transfer from your CBD hotel to Adelaide Airport, you will need to advise your flight details and your accommodation details. Your transfer will be confirmed at time of booking, and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver. It's that easy!

      Price is per person, based on 3 adults per car/vehicle

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      7-Day Adelaide to Alice Springs Camping Tour Including Flinders Ranges, Coober Pedy, Kings Canyon and Uluru more_vert
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      Embark on an overland odyssey from Adelaide to Alice Springs on this week-long journey through the outback. From the rolling wine country of Clare Valley to the stark terrain of the Oodnadatta Track and entire towns located underground, this trip encompasses a great diversity of landscapes. Try your luck noodling for opals in Coober Pedy, see Australia's largest salt lake at Lake Eyre, learn of Uluru's cultural importance from a local indigenous guide, wander through 'the many heads' of Kata Tjuta and visit the major sites of Watarrka National Park on the Rim Walk.

      Day 1: Adelaide - Flinders Ranges (LD)
      Depart Adelaide in the early morning and hit the open road. After lunch, start enjoying the expansive views of Flinders Ranges as you weave your way towards Wilpena Pound, one of Australia’s most magnificent natural features. You have the option of few hikes to explore this stunning area.
      Overnight in the Flinders Ranges

      Day 2: Flinders Ranges - William Creek via the Oodnadatta Track (BLD)
      Breakout from the Flinders Ranges as you head north passing the mining town of Leigh Creek and visit the gallery of outback eccentric Talc Alf at Lyndhurst. You are now on the renowned Oodnadatta track. Pass by Australia’s largest salt lake, Lake Eyre. The last stop for the day is William Creek.

      Day 3: William Creek - Coober Pedy (BLD)
      Desert landscapes of red dunes, salt pans and gibber plains feature as you pass through Anna Creek Station, the world’s largest cattle station at almost 24,000-square kilometres. Continue the approach to Coober Pedy, the ‘Opal capital of the world’. Take a town tour and view an underground house, also take a mine tour including an opal cutting demonstration.
      Overnight in an underground bunkhouse.

      Day 4: Coober Pedy - Uluru (BLD)
      Get up close to some local wildlife and learn about rescued joeys at Josephine’s Gallery and Kangaroo Orphanage. Travel past the Dingo Fence, the longest fence in the world, and take in the view of the Breakaways Scenic Reserve, made famous by the movie Mad Max III.
      Overnight our campsite at Uluru for the first of two nights.

      Day 5: Kata Tjuta and Uluru (BLD)
      Start the day by heading to Uluru (Ayers Rock) for lunch, before making the journey to one of the Red Centre’s greatest treasures: Kata Tjuta. Tonight you can sleep in a permanent tent or curl up in a swag (Aussie bedroll) as you watch the desert sun set over Uluru and enjoy a night under the outback stars.

      Day 6: Uluru - Kings Canyon (BLD)
      Rise early and be rewarded with a glorious Uluru sunrise. While the morning’s fresh, enjoy an unguided walk around the base of Uluru. You will then deepen your understanding of the land and the Mala people as you embark on a cultural interpretive walk with an Aboriginal guide (and interpreter). Tonight, stay at our exclusive campsite within the Watarrka National Park (Kings Canyon).

      Day 7: Kings Canyon - Alice Springs (BL)
      Explore the impressive formations and towering rock faces of Kings Canyon. You’ll really appreciate the sheer size and beauty of the canyon as you trek through the Amphitheatre, and discover the Lost City, the lush and ancient Garden of Eden, and the North and South Walls. Enjoy a lunch before you make your way to Alice Springs.

      • $980.00
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      6-Day Eyre Peninsula Small-Group Camping Tour from Adelaide more_vert
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      Surf, dive and swim on a 6-day camping adventure from Adelaide to the Eyre Peninsula. You can chill out on the beach, go sandboarding, and set up camp in the great Australian outdoors. Enjoy personal attention from your guide on this small-group tour, limited to 18 people. All meals and accommodation are included. For more action, buy optional activities such as cage diving with great white sharks!

      Travel from Adelaide to the Eyre Peninsula to visit one of South Australia’s most remote regions. Learn to surf and see the local wildlife. See the Itinerary section below for daily activities and optional activities (swimming with great white sharks, anyone?).

      • $940.00
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      8-Day Adelaide to Perth Ultimate Wildlife Experience Including The Indian Pacific Shark Cage Dive and Swim with Sealions more_vert
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      On the 8-day experience, you experience up close and first-hand ‘the Real Australia’ – its outback and coast, the pristine landscapes and abundant wildlife. Add the natural, expansive and untouched beauty of the Eyre Peninsula, South Western coastline and Nullarbor to your travel list!

      Day 1
      This all inclusive tour starts in Adelaide. Your local guide for the tour will share information and knowledge on this unique and pristine region of the Flinders Ranges and the Eyre Peninsula. First stop is in Port Augusta, board Port Augusta Gulf Cruises to learn about the Spencer Gulf – a unique biosphere. Then into the Flinders Ranges for a sunset camel trek with the Pichi Richi Camel Tours before overnight at Rawnsley Park in their Eco Villas.

      Day 2
      Today, you have a full day to explore the Flinders Ranges- its beauty and its wildlife. Visit the Prairie Hotel for their specialty “Road Kill” meal. Enjoy an overnight stay at Mount Ive with a sunset on Lake Gairdner.

      Day 3
      Travel down the coast to board the Electric Boat Tesla Marina cruise where you will learn about the different seafood industries on the Eyre Peninsula, followed by a tantalizing meal of the local seafood harvest. After lunch, explore the Marina on a walking tour. Overnight at the Port Lincoln Hotel.

      Day 4
      Today is Great White Shark Day – a full day aboard the Calypso Star for an up close and personal encounter with Great White Sharks. Travel to Coffin bay and board the Coffin Bay Explorer to learn about the Oyster Industry on the Eyre Peninsula. Similar to the west coast of the Eyre Peninsula- the overnight stop is at Coodlie Park Farm Retreat, a camp fire feast. This evening, you have the opportunity to participate and get involved with a nocturnal wildlife tour which provides the opportunity to see kangaroos, wombats, emus, Bilbys and betongs!

      Day 5
      Up early next morning for an inspiring coastal walk to see dolphins swimming in the waves. Visit Murphys Haystacks before boarding the MV Investigator for a cruise to swim with sealions and dolphins. This experience rates as one of the best interaction opportunities with wildlife in Australia. After lunch at Streaky Bay, spend time at a signature stop, Perlubie Beach. As you take in this inspiring and pristine landscape, sample fresh oysters and local wines before overnight in Ceduna.

      Day 6
      Begin the day with a visit at the Aboriginal Culture centre, followed by Davenport Creek, Head of Bight to see Southern Right Whales during season then either accommodation at Nullarbor or a swag experience in the middle of the Nullarbor Plain - a true Aussie experience.

      Day 7
      Next morning, onto Cook Railway Station to board Great Southern Rails Indian Pacific – for Gold Kangaroo travel through to Perth. This provides you with a time to reflect on how truly amazing this great country Australia really is- it’s landscapes, its natural beauty and its abundant wildlife, an escape that leaves you breathless, fascinated and inspired!

      Day 8
      Arrive in Perth.
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      10-Day Adelaide to Perth Camping Adventure more_vert
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      Experience up-close and first-hand ‘the Real Australia’ with this 10-day Adelaide to Perth adventure. See the amazing landscapes of its outback and coast, find abundant wildlife, and have incredible wildlife encounters. You'll hike in national parks, swim along pristine beaches, sand board, and walk the ancient forests of South Australia and the Southern coast of Western Australia and Nullarbor.

      Your 10-day, 2485 miles (4000km) journey begins from Adelaide and travels through some of Australia’s most diverse and wild landscapes, allowing you to experience everything from the outback to ancient forests. Encounter abundant native wildlife, hike through beautiful national parks and learn about the indigenous culture while you travel through the most spectacular areas of South Australia and Western Australia.  

      With a lot a land to cover, you can expect an average days drive of approximately 250 to 310-miles (400 to 500-kilometres). Don't be deterred however, there is lots of merriment and even singalongs on the bus, and there will be frequent stops and highlights to visit before setting up camp each night. A medium level of fitness is required for this tour as there will be numerous hikes.

      Key tour features and activities:

      • Hiking Flinders Ranges & Alligator Gorge
      • Sand boarding massive dunes
      • Cape Le Grand National Park – a national treasure
      • Valley of the Giants tree top walk
      • Koomal Dreaming Aboriginal Cultural Experience
      • West Australia's spectacular South West
      • Head of the Bight entry and Whale watching (in season)
      • Ancient Empire Walk - Valley of the Giants
      • The Diamond Tree

      When we say “camping adventure” we mean it!  During the day you are going to see and do a lot, but when the sun goes down you’ll sleep Aussie bushman style in 'swags' under the stars of the Southern Skies. Kick back around the campfire with a beer and share stories with your new friends. It is these moments that leave travelers with life long memories

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      3-Day Eyre Peninsula Wildlife Adventure with Optional Shark Cage Dive from Adelaide more_vert
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      Discover the beauty of the Eyre Peninsula on a 3-day adventure with the chance to swim with sea lions and even great white sharks! Expert guides lead you to beautiful locations during exciting activities such as boat cruises and nature hikes. After full days, rest easy during overnights in the well-equipped Port Lincoln hostel. This small-group tour, limited to 18 people, ensures that you get close to Australia’s most fascinating creatures.

      Your 3-day marine wildlife adventure includes: all meals and transportation and the option to add the shark cage-diving experience and a swim with sea lions. Throughout the journey, your guide provides informative commentary about the flora and fauna of the places you visit.

      The friendly staff at Port Lincoln's immaculate hostel welcome you for your 2-night stay. Get your choice of shared or private rooms and enjoy the café, bar, outdoor barbecue, deck, and a life-size shark replica that provides hilarious photo ops. In the evenings, your guides serve up delicious dinners at the hostel, allowing you free time to relax or take a short walk to the lively town center with its shops, pubs and beaches.

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      Dolphin Cruise from Adelaide with Optional Dolphin Swim more_vert
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      Spot dolphins in Holdfast Bay on a dolphin-watching cruise from Adelaide. Setting sail from Glenelg marina on a catamaran, you’ll sail out onto the bay for a 3.5-hour cruise. As thousands of dolphins live in the bay, you’re guaranteed to see these lovable marine mammals. If you want to increase your fun, upgrade to include the chance to swim with them!

      Make your own way to the seaside resort of Glenelg on the shores of Holdfast Bay, 6 miles (10 km) from central Adelaide. An easy way to travel there is by tram, running every 15 minutes from Adelaide; the trip takes about 20 minutes (own expense).

      When you arrive, board the catamaran at the Marina Pier, just in front of the Oyster Bar, and head off to see dolphins playing in the bay. The wild dolphins love swimming around the boat, so you can be sure of a close-up encounter, whether you’re watching from the boat or swimming in the water.

      If you choose the swim with dolphins upgrade, you can spend up to an hour in the water with different pods of dolphins, witnessing their grace underwater and hearing their playful whistles. Holdfast Bay is home to thousands of dolphins, and you have a 100% success rate of spotting them.


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      Kangaroo Island in a Day Tour from Adelaide more_vert
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      Make the most of a day trip to Kangaroo Island on a full-day guided tour that takes in the highlights of this unspoiled natural paradise. Visit Seal Bay Conservation Park, Vivonne Bay, Flinders Chase National Park, Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch among other spots to see native animals including koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, goannas, echidnas, long-nosed fur seals and more. Choose to travel by coach and ferry or by air to reach Kangaroo Island for a truly exceptional Australian wildlife experience. It's the best option for a comprehensive day trip to the island from Adelaide.

      After early morning pickup from your Adelaide or Glenelg hotel, meet your guide and relax aboard a comfortable air-conditioned coach on the scenic 90-minute journey over the Fleurieu Peninsula to Cape Jervis. Then enjoy a 45-minute ferry ride across the Backstairs Passage to Kangaroo Island where you transfer to a luxury coach for your island tour. If you choose to fly to Kangaroo Island, your coach meets you at the Kingscote Airport.

      Take in the scenery as you drive to Seal Bay Conservation Park where Australian sea lions sunbathe and frolic on a stunning beach. Meet a National Parks Ranger for a guided walk on the beach and get a close look at the sea lion colony.

      Leave the sea lions and head to gorgeous Vivonne Bay for a delicious 2-course lunch at Vivonne Bay Bistro. Large windows and a sun deck allow you to look for critters like kangaroos and koalas in the native bush that surrounds the building.

      
See more wildlife after lunch when you stop at Hanson Bay Wildlife Sanctuary. Koalas lounge in the eucalyptus groves and echidnas, kangaroos and wallabies roam free on the large predator-free property. Then continue to the rugged southern coast of Flinders Chase National Park for a walk among the giant granite boulders called Remarkable Rocks. Snap photos of a natural rock archway named Admirals Arch, gaze over the Cape Du Couedic coastline and observe the antics of long-nosed fur seals as they play and laze about on the rocks. Throughout the day, your expert guide shares facts about the wildlife and history of the island.

      After a day exploring the natural beauty of Kangaroo Island, return to Penneshaw or Kingscote Airport, keeping your eyes peeled for more kangaroo and wallaby sightings. Then travel by air or ferry and coach back to Adelaide where your tour ends.

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      2-Day Kangaroo Island Adventure Tour from Adelaide more_vert
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      Explore Kangaroo Island on a fun 2-day tour that's perfect for travelers who enjoy an active adventure in the great outdoors. Get close to koalas, kangaroos and sea lions; visit pristine beaches at Stokes Bay and Flinders Chase National Park; and try out sandboarding in between coastal walks. You'll also visit a sheep farm and eucalyptus oil distillery, where you'll get to meet the friendly owners. Enjoy great amenities during your affordable overnight stay at Vivonne Bay Lodge. Small-group tour limited to 20 people ensures personalized attention from your expert guide.

      Get to know the beauty and native wildlife of Kangaroo Island on this 2-day tour with a knowledgeable guide who takes you off the beaten track to discover the natural wonders of the island, including spectacular parks and wildlife preserves.

      Stay overnight at Vivonne Bay Lodge, a clean and comfortable budget accommodation that features spacious dorms, shared bathrooms, a well-equipped kitchen, complimentary tea and coffee, billiards, table tennis, bike rentals, and more. Find a hammock in a quiet nook if you want to relax; explore the hiking and biking trails on the large property; or swim at a gorgeous beach located just a few minutes walk from the lodge!

      The spirit of this tour is to work as a group in a fun and informal setting. For instance, everyone helps the guide with meal preparation and cleanup. If you're looking for privacy in between activities, upgrade to a private room at the lodge. See the Itinerary section for details on each day.

      Bed linens are provided at the lodge; please bring your own towel. Your tour includes two lunches, one breakfast and one dinner. You also have the option to upgrade to include a flight back to Adelaide.

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      Small-Group Barossa Valley Food and Wine Tour more_vert
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      Discover the rich heritage of the Barossa on a guided full-day wine and food tasting tour. Though a small valley, the Barossa is home to some of Australia's most famous vineyards. Your tour includes tastings at five wineries, such as TeAro Estate, and stops to sample some of the region’s excellent food options. Throughout the day, your knowledgeable and friendly guide shares the history of the winemakers in the region with your group, limited to 20 people.

      After morning pickup at your Adelaide hotel, travel about an hour by comfortable mini-coach to reach the Barossa. Start your day at TeAro Estate’s intimate tasting room, a heritage-listed 1850s barn in Williamstown. Savor morning tea with treats from a local bakery followed by a wine tasting. Maori for "happy home," TeAro Estate started in 1919, a story you'll hear more about as you sip.

      Next, head to Maggie’s Farm Shop, a lakeside store and kitchen a-jumble with fresh glazes, jellies, jams, and other specialties. The ever-popular spot is run by Maggie Beer, an all-star chef, writer and entrepreneur in Australia. Here, you get to sample a range of tasty fresh foods and specialty goods, including seasonal produce plucked right from the on-site farm.

      On arrival at Lambert Estate at Angaston, you will enjoy a structured wine tasting whilst sampling local seasonal produce from gourmet platters. Main course follows, and is a feast for the senses, with two signature dishes, salad and vegetables. You may wish to purchase a glass of wine from the impressive wine selection, or enjoy a coffee accompanied with their popular Chocolatier (Chocolate Port).

      Leaving Lambert Estate, travel to Mengler Hill Lookout for sweeping views over the valley and then onto your final stop for the day will be Pindarie, a multi-tourism award winning cellar door, which feels more like an Australian Homestead than a cellar door. The friendly staff don’t just pour the wine; they share the stories behind the wines and Pindarie, a great way to finish off your Barossa food & Wine experience.

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      2-Day Kangaroo Island Tour from Adelaide more_vert
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      Take two days to discover the wildlife of Kangaroo Island from Adelaide. You’ll see pelicans, sea lions, koalas and, of course, kangaroos, and experience the wild beauty of Kangaroo Island. You’ll also visit several island attractions, including Seal Bay and Clifford’s Honey Farm. Some meals are included, and you can choose to travel to Kangaroo Island by round-trip ferry, or upgrade to fly there or back from Adelaide.

      With two days to explore Kangaroo Island, you’ll travel around the island and enjoy several wildlife encounters including Seal Bay, Clifford's Honey Farm, Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch. You’ll stay the night in a sea-view room, and your accommodation includes a full cooked breakfast. Please see the Itinerary for details on each day.

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      2-Day Kangaroo Island 4WD Small-Group Tour from Adelaide more_vert
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      Explore Kangaroo Island on a two-day small-group wildlife safari by 4WD. You’ll see koalas, kangaroos and sea lions on Kangaroo Island, South Australia’s wildlife haven, and discover the island’s wilderness and coastal beauty. Enjoy personal attention from your guide on this two-day small-group tour, limited to 12 people, and travel to Kangaroo Island by round-trip ferry or upgrade to fly from Adelaide.

      With two days to explore Kangaroo Island on a small-group tour, you’ll travel across this beautiful island by 4WD. You’ll stay the night in a sea-view room at the Ozone Aurora Hotel on Kangaroo Island.

      Itinerary:
      Day 1: Adelaide -- Kangaroo Island (L)

      After an early morning pickup from your Adelaide or Glenelg hotel, relax on a scenic coach ride from Adelaide to Cape Jervis on the vineyard-covered Fleurieu Peninsula, where you’ll make the 45-minute ferry crossing to Kangaroo Island. If you choose to fly, you'll be picked up from your Adelaide hotel and transferred to the airport for your 30-minute flight.

      Your wildlife guide will meet you at the port at Penneshaw, and provide an overview of Kangaroo Island’s history and environment. Your drive by 4WD across the island takes you through several habitats, including eucalyptus forests home to echidnas, wallabies and a huge variety of birdlife. You’ll discover that many species are unique to the island.

      You’ll also visit the Seal Bay Conservation Park to see the park’s colony of Australian sea lions basking on the beach and sand dunes. As you admire the sea lions’ playful antics, your small-group guide will provide essential information on the lives of these spectacular marine animals.

      After a gourmet picnic lunch with wine at a heritage-listed bush property, take a guided bushwalk or stroll on the beach. Then go for a 4WD drive through the island’s interior, keeping watch for koalas and cockatoos. Take a bushwalk on Kangaroo Island’s north coast, where you might see the area’s endemic Tamar wallaby. As the day draws to an end, you’ll see kangaroos leave their daytime bush retreats to graze the open pastures at dusk, before being taken to your accommodation for your overnight stay.

      Accommodation: Aurora Ozone Hotel (or similar)

      Day 2: Kangaroo Island -- Adelaide (B, L)
      Begin the second day of your Kangaroo Island adventure with a visit to Flinders Chase National Park on the island’s west coast. You’ll have a great opportunity to see kangaroos, wallabies and birdlife in their natural habitat, and see a colony of long-nosed fur seals basking in the sun at Cape du Couedic.

      Stroll beside Remarkable Rocks balancing on the cliff edge, and along the Admiral’s Arch boardwalk to spy seals swimming in the waves beneath. After enjoying a gourmet lunch with wine in a lovely bush setting that’s home to koalas sleeping in the treetops, you’ll see kangaroos and other wildlife at the Kelly Hill Conservation Park.

      Your small-group two-day 4WD tour of Kangaroo Island ends with a drive to Kingscote Airport for your 30-minute flight to Adelaide if you’ve chosen the flight option, or to Penneshaw to catch the ferry back to Cape Jervis and coach transfer to Adelaide.

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      Adelaide City Highlights Tour more_vert
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      An ideal introduction to see the best of Adelaide and learn more about the history of this cosmopolitan city, with its blend of European and modern architecture.  Discover the wealth of experiences offered in South Australia's capital city, including great food and wine, arts and culture, and world-class sporting events, on a friendly and relaxed 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, home to the Bicentennial Conservatory and the Adelaide Zoo. Continue through historic North Adelaide, where you’ll see tree-lined streets, mansions and historic buildings.

      Stop and visit the iconic St Peters Cathedral or the newly developed Adelaide Oval then travel through the city's east on the way to the Haigh's Chocolates for a factory tour and tastings of this famous South Australian chocolate. Return to the city via the South Parklands, West Terrace and North Terrace.

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      Adelaide Hills and Hahndorf Half-Day Tour from Adelaide more_vert
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      Discover the Adelaide Hills, only a short drive from the Adelaide central business district, but a long way from the hustle and bustle of the city streets. Home to the Mount Lofty Ranges, dotted with unique and historic villages, cellar doors and spectacular landscapes, this tour will give you a taste of the region.

      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, sample local handmade produce, and check out the local arts and crafts before afternoon tea or a traditional German beer tasting at the iconic Hahndorf Inn Hotel.

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      Ultimate Adelaide City and Hahndorf Tour more_vert
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      See more on this comprehensive tour that blends the highlights of the city with the quaint but classic Adelaide Hills.  From the picturesque city square to the towering Mount Lofty Summit and Australia's oldest German settlement, Hahndorf, you will see the scenic span on the South Australian landscape from the city to the coast.

      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, home to the Bicentennial Conservatory and the Adelaide Zoo. Continue through historic North Adelaide, where you’ll see tree-lined streets, mansions and historic buildings.

      Stop and visit the iconic St Peters Cathedral or the newly developed Adelaide Oval then travel through the city's east on the way to the Haigh's Chocolates for a factory tour and tastings of this famous South Australian chocolate.  Return to the city via the South Parklands, West Terrace and North Terrace.

      Note: The morning tour will stop at 12pm on King William Street near Rundle Mall. Passengers can choose to disembark here to get some lunch and make their own way back to the ACBS by 1pm or stay onboard the coach that will return to the ACBS at 12:15pm. Clients then have free time to purchase their own lunch before boarding the Adelaide Hills and Hahndorf tour at 1.15pm for the afternoon part of their full day tour.

      The afternoon tour commences with a scenic drive 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 before arriving at Hahndorf, Adelaide’s oldest German settlement.

      Spend the afternoon exploring the main street, sample local handmade produce, and check out the local arts and crafts before afternoon tea or a traditional German beer tasting at the iconic Hahndorf Inn Hotel.

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      Victor Harbor and McLaren Vale Day Trip from Adelaide Including Lunch more_vert
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      Travel through the picturesque Adelaide Hills and into the Fleurieu Peninsula, where the vines meet the sea.  Pass through Goolwa and onto Victor Harbor, a popular seaside town, before returning to Adelaide via the famous McLaren Vale wine region.

      Enjoy a delightful tour of South Australia’s premier tourist region, the Fleurieu Peninsula. This tour begins with a picturesque coach ride through the Adelaide Hills to the historical Scottish settlement of Strathalbyn. Here you will stop for some free time and morning tea in High Street (own expense). Continue on to the paddle steamer town of Goolwa where you will have a brief tour of the town including the wharf, barrage and beach.

      On your way to Victor Harbor cruise past the charming coastal town of Port Elliot including Horseshoe Bay and stop at Whale Lookout for a photo opportunity. Upon arrival at one of South Australia’s most popular seaside villages, enjoy a delicious 3 course carvery lunch at the Hotel Victor.  After lunch, you may like to explore Granite Island, where you’ll find the Little Penguins and you might even catch a glimpse of a Southern Right Whale during the winter months.

      Your tour then continues to the wine making region of McLaren Vale, best known for producing outstanding Shiraz. Wander the main street, sample the fresh local produce including the delicious cheeses at Blessed Cheese, taste some of the fine wines or grab a coffee at one of the many cafés. From here take a scenic drive through South Australia’s southern metropolitan beaches of Port Noarlunga and Moana before returning to Adelaide.

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      Barossa and Hahndorf Day Trip from Adelaide Including Wine Tasting and Lunch more_vert
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      This full day tour takes you to South Australia’s premium wine region, to sample some of the Barossa’s finest wines, including the world famous Jacobs Creek Winery and Saltram Wine Estate. Enjoy a sumptuous 2 course lunch in the Barossa, at the South Australian Company Store in Angaston. Then wind your way through to the picturesque Adelaide Hills to Hahndorf, Australia's oldest German settlement, where you will have free time to explore the many shops and galleries full of local arts, crafts and produce.

      Travel through the city of Adelaide northwards to the world renowned Barossa wine region. Enjoy the change of scenery as you make your way into the vineyards of South Australia’s premium wine district. Your first stop is at the multi-award winning Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre where you will have the opportunity to sample their famous wines in a structured tasting, take a tour of the surrounding vines and cellar door and enjoy morning tea as you overlook the vineyards.

      Leaving Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre, travel to Mengler Hill Lookout for sweeping views over the valley and then it's onto Saltram Wine Estate at Angaston. Here you will learn about Saltram’s 150 year history and taste some of the wide selection of quality wines from the stunning cellar door. After a memorable cellar door experience, journey to the South Australian Company Store and Kitchen for a delicious lunch.

      The South Australian Company Story and Kitchen draws on ingredients and traditions that are distinctly from the Barossa regional producers. You will enjoy a scrumptious 2 course lunch (including a tasting plate) along with wine tastings from two boutique Barossa wineries.

      In the afternoon you will journey through the picturesque Adelaide Hills where you will have a short stop at the Herbig Family Tree at Springton. This hollow tree trunk provided a ‘home’ for Friedrich & Caroline Herbig and two of their 16 children until 1860. On arrival into Hahndorf (Australia's oldest German settlement), you can choose between wine tastings at the boutique RockBare Cellar Door or free time to explore Hahndorf’s main street with many shops and galleries full of local arts, crafts and produce and pubs where you can sample some German Beers.

      • $137.00
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      McLaren Vale Food and Wine Indulgence Day Trip from Adelaide more_vert
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      Enjoy a day exploring the beautiful McLaren Vale wine region, where you will enjoy wine tastings from some of the most popular cellar doors and local produce that the region is well known for.

      Leaving Adelaide, head out through the southern suburbs of Adelaide arriving into McLaren Vale for morning tea. Your first cellar door is Wirra Wirra Vineyards, located amongst the gum trees in the historic ironstone cellars. Enjoy a short tour of the cellars and tastings of the range of quality wines. Look out for the ‘catapult’ and the ¾ tonne Angelus Bell in the picturesque grounds surrounding the cellar door.

      The next stop is Red Poles for a delicious 2-course lunch incorporating fresh, local produce. This unique restaurant, a favourite among locals, is a combination of a restaurant, art gallery and cellar door. If you have time, you may wish to try the ‘paddle’ of local beers or wines from a local winemaker (additional cost).

      After lunch, continue your McLaren Vale experience by visiting d’Arenberg Cellar Door. Sample a range of wines in the historic Stables, whilst the experienced staff share the d'Arenberg winemaking philosophies and the history of the 4th generation family owned business.

      The final stop for the day is Hardy’s Tintara, which is located on the main street of McLaren Vale. Choose to enjoy further wine tastings or stroll along the main street of this delightful town. Return to Adelaide via the seaside suburb of Glenelg where you will have the option to leave the tour or return to Adelaide.

      • $142.00
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      Murray River Day Trip from Adelaide Including Lunch Cruise aboard the Proud Mary more_vert
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      Relax while taking a lunch-time cruise along the historic Murray River. Gain an insight into this unique river system with its magnificent landscapes and spectacular cliffs. Then travel alongside the Murray River in your coach, taking in the spectacular views and stopping regularly for great photo opportunities. On the return journey, visit Melba’s Chocolate Factory and Woodside Cheese Wrights at Woodside.

      The Murray River Highlights tour departs Adelaide and travels to the mighty Murray River. On your arrival, board the Proud Mary and relax as you cruise the historic river enjoying the wildlife and surrounding scenery.

      Enjoy lunch on board the Proud Mary as you continue your journey along the river and gain insight into the river system and unique landscapes of the region. Upon disembarking, enjoy a tour along the river bank of the Murray River taking in spectacular views and stopping regularly for great photo opportunities, including the Mannum Lookout.

      Travel back to Adelaide via the delightful Adelaide Hills, stopping at Melba’s Chocolate Factory and Woodside Cheese Wrights at Woodside with an opportunity to purchase afternoon tea (own expense).

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      Kangaroo Island Wildlife Day Trip from Adelaide Including Seal Bay more_vert
      $275.00 AUD Book
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      Discover some of the most popular wildlife attractions on Kangaroo Island. Visit Emu Ridge Eucalyptus Distillery for a short tour of the oil distillery before enjoying lunch in a typical bush setting. Wander amongst the wild Australian sea lions at Seal Bay and watch an in-flight display of Australian Birds of Prey at Raptor Domain. Finish the day at Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park where you can get up close to Australian wildlife.

      An early morning pick up from your hotel for a scenic coach journey to Cape Jervis taking in the picturesque Fleurieu Peninsula with its vineyards, coastal views and rolling hills. On arrival, board the ferry for the 45 minute crossing to Penneshaw on Kangaroo Island. Here you will board your luxurycoach and your local driver/guide will take you on a tour of South Australia’s premier nature-based tourism destination.

      Your first official stop will be Emu Ridge Eucalyptus Distillery where you will listen to an introductory talk about the history of the oil distillery and take a guided tour. Finish off with some free time in their souvenir shop where you will find an assortment of Eucalyptus products. Continue onto Vivonne Bay Bistro located on a 260 hectare bush property, for a delicious two course lunch.

      After lunch visit Seal Bay Conservation Park and enjoy a guided beach walk with a National Park Ranger amongst a breeding colony of wild and rare Australian sea lions. Your tour will then visit another amazing wildlife attraction, the fascinating In-flight Birds of Prey Display. Enjoy a delightful interactive experience and meet an array of birds and raptors.

      From here you will travel to Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park where you can get up close with koalas, see penguins swim and play, hand feed kangaroos and wallabies, learn about endangered species, interact with snakes, crocodiles and reptiles and experience Kangaroo Island Wildlife at your fingertips! Return to Penneshaw Ferry Terminal for the return journey to Adelaide.

      • $275.00
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      Small-Group Kangaroo Island 4WD Tour from Adelaide more_vert
      $620.00 AUD Book
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      Travel to Kangaroo Island for the day to take a small-group wildlife safari by 4WD. You’ll see koalas, kangaroos and sea lions on Kangaroo Island, South Australia’s wildlife haven, and discover the island’s wild rugged beauty. Enjoy personal attention from your guide on this small-group tour, limited to 12 people, and travel to Kangaroo Island by round-trip ferry or upgrade to fly from Adelaide.

      After an early morning pickup from your Adelaide or Glenelg hotel, relax on a scenic coach ride from Adelaide to Cape Jervis on the vineyard-covered Fleurieu Peninsula, where you’ll make the 45-minute ferry crossing to Kangaroo Island; all up, the coach and ferry trip to the island takes three hours. If you choose to fly, you'll be picked up from your Adelaide hotel and transferred to the airport for your 30-minute flight to Kangaroo Island.

      Your wildlife guide will meet you at the port at Penneshaw, and provide an overview of Kangaroo Island’s history and environment. Your drive by 4WD across the island takes you through several habitats, including eucalyptus forests home to echidnas, wallabies and a huge variety of birdlife. You’ll discover that many species have survived on Kangaroo Island, while they’ve become extinct on the mainland, and many species are unique to the island.

      You’ll also visit the Seal Bay Conservation Park to see the park’s colony of Australian sea lions basking on the beach and sand dunes. As you admire the sea lions’ playful antics, your small-group guide will provide essential information on the lives of these spectacular marine animals.

      After a gourmet picnic lunch with wine at a heritage-listed bush property, take a guided bushwalk or stroll on the beach. Then go for a 4WD drive through the island’s interior, keeping watch for koalas and cockatoos. Take a bushwalk on Kangaroo Island’s north coast, where you might see the area’s endemic Tamar wallaby. As the day draws to an end, you’ll see kangaroos leave their daytime bush retreats to graze the open pastures at dusk.

      Your small-group 4WD tour of Kangaroo Island ends with a drive to Kingscote Airport for your 30-minute flight back to Adelaide if you’ve chosen the flight option, or to Penneshaw to catch the ferry back to Cape Jervis and coach transfer to Adelaide.

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      3-Day Small-Group Eco-Tour from Adelaide: Flinders Ranges more_vert
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      Spend three days exploring the Flinders Ranges on this eco-tour from Adelaide. See the wildlife of Wilpena Pound, gain insight into Aboriginal culture and visit Melrose, the oldest town in the Flinders Ranges. Enjoy personal attention from your guide on this small-group tour, limited to 16 people. All meals are included and you can choose from camping, cabin, deluxe cabin or luxury eco-villa accommodation.

      Enjoy a full day exploring the geological formations of Wilpena Pound, visit outback towns and see ancient Aboriginal art sites on this three-day Flinders Ranges small-group eco-excursion. Choose from a range of accommodation, with sleeping bags available for hire if you choose to camp.

      Please see the Itinerary section for details about each day of the tour.

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      5-Day Small-Group Eco-Tour from Adelaide: Flinders Ranges Outback more_vert
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      Head to the Flinders Ranges on a five-day eco-adventure from Adelaide. From a guided bushwalk in Wilpena Pound to seeing ancient rock art and touring a historic copper mine, going bush has never been more fun! Enjoy personal attention from your guide on this five-day small-group tour, limited to 16 people. All meals are included.

      Go bushwalking in the outback, explore Brachina Gorge, take a mine tour and visit ancient Aboriginal art sites on this five-day Flinders Ranges small-group excursion. Add optional activities including a scenic flight over Arkaroola or Wilpena Pound.

      Please see the Itinerary section below for details on each day of the tour.

      • $1495.00
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      3-Day Small-Group Eco-Tour from Adelaide: Southern Yorke Peninsula more_vert
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      Spectacular coastal scenery, indigenous culture and South Australian wines -- enjoy these special experiences and more on a three-day small-group excursion to the southern Yorke Peninsula from Adelaide. Enjoy personal attention from your guide on this three-day small-group tour, limited to 16 people. All meals are included and you can choose shared or private holiday home accommodation.

      Bring your sense of adventure to explore South Australia’s wilderness coast on this three-day small-group eco-excursion to the southern Yorke Peninsula. Choose from holiday house accommodation, with a choice of a shared or private house.

      Please see the Itinerary section below for details on each day of the tour.

      • $695.00
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      Adelaide Gaol Ghost Tour and Paranormal Investigation more_vert
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      One of the two oldest public buildings in Adelaide, the Adelaide Gaol is said to be the most haunted site in South Australia. On this evening walking tour of the jail with a guide, learn about its history, which dates back to the time of the early settlers, and perhaps come in contact with one of the ghostly inmates.

       

      For 147 years, from 1841 to 1988, more than 300,000 murderers, gangsters, and the who’s who of the criminal underworld were incarcerated at the Adelaide Gaol, Australia’s longest continuously operated jail. Your walking tour begins by meeting your guide at the gaol, where paranormal activity is very high.

      Search for the ghost of Governor Ashton, whose body was dropped through a window; learn why Sister Mary MacKillop ended up on the gallows; and hear about the spirit of South Australia's most sadistic killer, who is said to still be stalking prey to this day. With 45 hangings and a burial site on Murderer's Row, it's no surprise that more than 12 ghosts are thought to haunt the building.

      Enter if you dare.

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      Mount Lofty Descent Bike Tour from Adelaide more_vert
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      See the stunning beauty of Adelaide’s native bushland on a small group bicycle tour down from the summit of Mount Lofty. On this relaxing, all-downhill ride, travel from the highest point in the mountain range for an unparalleled look at the hills and plains below. Fuel up for the ride with morning tea, catch a glimpse of koalas and kangaroos with a stop at Cleland Wildlife Park. Outfitted with a high-quality mountain bike and experienced guide, you’ll enjoy breathtaking views of Adelaide from a distinctly different vantage point.

      After being fitted for a high-quality mountain bike and helmet, depart from your centrally located Adelaide hotel in a luxury 4WD vehicle to the summit of the mountain. Along the way, stop to pose for a picture-perfect snapshot high above the city; tree-covered mountains, verdant bushland and rolling hills serve as your backdrop. Once you reach your starting point, an experienced guide will lead you on a relaxed descent from 2,329 feet (710 meters), the highest point in the Mt Lofty Ranges. Wind your way down the mountain and enjoy views of the Adelaide hills. Your route takes you to Cleland Conservation Park, a vital home to bushland, stringybark forest, and waving fields of grassland. Cycle leisurely through this 85-acre (35-hectare) bushland habitat, and see animals roaming in their natural habitats.

      Take a break from the gentle ride to get up close and personal with Australia’s native creatures that live in the conservation area. Greet gentle wallabies, feed emus and maybe even pat a koala. Wander through the park, admiring other wildlife rarely found outside Australia, before relaxing for early morning tea. Hop back on your bike to traverse trails and spot more of the creatures that call the conservation park home.

      The downhill ride continues through Chambers Gully, an offshoot of Waterfall Gully that houses old ruins, springs and many koalas snoozing high in the trees. Experience more of the breathtaking views during your descent through beautiful natural surroundings, taking in the sight of the city from high above it. Finish your journey through the bushland on a path that leads you into Adelaide’s quiet roads and suburbs. After experiencing a different view of the city pedaling through South Australia’s capital, you’re transported back to your hotel.

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      McLaren Vale Wine Tour by Bike more_vert
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      Experience the beauty of South Australia’s wine country on a leisurely bicycle tour of the McLaren Vale region. Pedal through Kuitpo Forest and stunning vineyards, stopping to sample wines from two or more local wineries. With transportation to and from Adelaide, experienced guides, lunch, and all equipment provided, discovering the highlights of Australia’s southern wine region couldn’t be simpler. Numbers are limited to nine people on this tour, ensuring you'll spend an intimate day with a small group of like-minded wine lovers.

      Your day of cycling begins with transportation in a luxury vehicle from your Adelaide hotel to the renowned wine region of McLaren Vale, roughly 30 minutes south of the city. Known around the world for its complex Shiraz, McLaren Vale has 7,952 acres (3,218 hectares) of the grape under vine, which accounts for roughly half of the region's crush each year.

      Once you're outfitted with a high-quality mountain bike and helmet, and given an introductory skills rundown, experienced guides lead you through Kuitpo Forest, where an abundance of radiata pine trees shade the path. After you emerge from the sun-dappled forest, continue your ride along sections of the Kidman Trail. Since the tour begins from the highest point in the area, you can take in breathtaking views of the vineyards while coasting down Willunga Hill.

      Continue your leisurely ride through the wineries, where rows of vines blanket the landscape. Sample wines made from these vines with two complimentary tastings at local vineyards. Depending on your group's interests, additional stops can be made. If your tastes lean more toward hops, you can opt for a stop at a local microbrewery, and purchase a beer tasting instead. Find a new favorite varietal or vineyard? Pick up as many bottles as you would like (own expense), and a vehicle will transport them back to the hotel for you.

      To sample more of the region’s offerings, enjoy a provided lunch that features a mix of produce from local farms. Continue the relaxed ride to your final location, which is selected by the group. Bike down country roads, or catch a ride in the accompanying vehicle if you’ve had your fill of cycling for the day. Your luxury 4WD will transport you and your purchases back to Adelaide, where you can crack open one of your new bottles and reminisce about the day you spent bicycling amidst the vines.

      • $139.00
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      Adelaide Zoo General Entry Ticket more_vert
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      Immerse yourself in the magnificent animal kingdom found at Australia’s second oldest zoo. The Adelaide Zoo features a variety of native and exotic wildlife, in addition to botanic gardens and historic architectural features. Say hi to giant pandas, Sumatran tigers, sun bears, gibbons and kangaroos, among other resident animals. Walk through an aviary brimming with bird life and a simulated jungle where it feels like orangutans are within reach! Located just a short hop from the city center, Adelaide Zoo provides great fun for the whole family.

      Head to the Adelaide Zoo, a pleasant 15-minute stroll from downtown Adelaide. The zoo features roomy and well-kept roaming areas for its 1,800 endangered and rare critters from India, Africa, South America, Southeast Asia and Australia. As you enter, note one of the zoo's important architectural features: the cast-iron entry gates that date to the 1883 opening. The spacious grounds are also a botanic garden blooming with native and exotic flora.

      You might start with a visit to see the stars of the zoo: Wang Wang and Funi, the only giant pandas living in the southern hemisphere. The adorable black-and-white heavyweights came to Australia after an earthquake in the Sichuan province of China destroyed their home at the Wolong Giant Panda Research Centre.

      Next walk through the impressive South East Asia wing to see the siamang (a gibbon), sun bear, Sumatran orangutan, and Sumatran tiger exhibits. Check out Australian natives including several species of kangaroo, wallaby and wombat. Then marvel at the lions, cheetahs, baboons, and meerkats, among other beauties in the African region.

      Ask at the entrance about the day’s schedule times for animal feedings and zookeeper talks. During the keeper talks, the audience can ask questions and hear fascinating facts about the animals they care for such as tigers, orangutans, pelicans, penguins, hippos and macaws.

      Feel the soft fur of a kangaroo or feed a deer at the Children’s Zoo, where kids can interact with more than 120 animals. To learn more about environmental conservation, head under the green roof of the Envirodome for displays on innovative ideas. The building features hay-bale walls, water-conserving toilets, and solar panels.

      When you want to rest and have a bite to eat, head to one of the cafes, food stalls or picnic areas located throughout the zoo.

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      2-Day Barossa Valley and Hahndorf Tour from Adelaide more_vert
      $366.00 AUD Book
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      Explore the Barossa Valley’s wine, food and scenic routes on a guided tour from Adelaide that allows you to discover this legendary region at a relaxed pace. This 2-day tour includes an overnight stay in your choice of accommodations, wine tastings at Jacob’s Creek and Creed Wines, lunch at the Barossa Chateau and a visit to Hahndorf. With your knowledgeable guide, learn about the valley's winemaking history and see landmarks throughout the Adelaide Hills and Hahndorf. You'll also enjoy time on your own to take in the peaceful surroundings of the Barossa Valley.

      Have more time to enjoy the Barossa Valley and Hahndorf by including an overnight stay in the valley. Enjoy morning tea and a regional food platter for lunch, then spend free time as you like from the afternoon of the first day through lunchtime on the second day. During the rest of the tour, your knowledgeable guide shows you around the highlights of the valley, including two wine tastings. Choose either the Lyndoch Hill Motel (standard or deluxe room) or the Barossa Chateau for your accommodation. 
      If you opt for the comfortable Lyndoch Hill Motel, views from the rooms may take in the gardens, vineyards or Barossa Ranges; you might even spot birds and kangaroos in the vicinity. With the standard package, enjoy a 2-course dinner and complimentary breakfast. The deluxe room also includes wine and cheese with dinner.
      Upgrade to the Barossa Chateau and indulge in a luxury experience. The combination of elegant furnishings, original antique and art pieces, impressive grounds and modern amenities makes for an unforgettable stay. A full minibar provides complimentary wine, beer, juice and soft drinks. You can purchase dinner and other meals at nearby restaurants that serve a range of dishes made with fresh ingredients from the fertile valley. With the deluxe room or a stay at Barossa Chateau, you'll receive a scarf to take home as a souvenir.

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      Victor Harbor with McLaren Vale Wine Region Tour from Adelaide more_vert
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      Discover the beautiful scenery south of Adelaide and visit some of South Australia’s top attractions on this day trip to Victor Harbor. Travel through mountain ranges and past pretty seaside villages, explore the historical towns of Strathalbyn and Victor Harbor, see where the Murray River meets the sea, and stop in McLaren Vale, the center of one of Australia’s best wine regions. During the tour, learn about the area and its history from a knowledgeable guide.

      After hotel pickup in Adelaide, leave the city behind and travel by coach through the Mt Lofty Ranges, dotted with small villages and great views. 

      Arrive in the historic town of Strathalbyn after about an hour’s drive. You have free time to explore this quaint town on the Angas River — perhaps sit down for morning tea at one of the local cafes (own expense). Back on the coach, head to Goolwa, an old paddle-steamer town near the mouth of the Murray River, and then pass by Port Elliot on Horsehoe Bay on your way to Victor Harbor. Total driving time from Strathalbyn to Victor Harbor is about one hour.

      In Victor Harbor, you have approximately two hours of free time to explore the town on your own. Maybe take the horse-drawn tram across the causeway to Granite Island, or visit a local restaurant for lunch (all food, drinks and activities are at your own expense).

      Back on your coach, start the 45-minute drive north to the town of McLaren Vale in the popular Australian wine region of the same name. Stop for 30 minutes in town, where you can visit a cellar door (tasting room) for a wine tasting, if you wish, or check out local attractions like Medlows Confectionary or the Almond Train (own expense).

      Finish your day trip with the 1-hour drive from McLaren Vale back to Adelaide, passing through the picturesque coastal towns of Christies Beach, Port Noarlunga and Moana.

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      Adelaide City Tour with Optional River Cruise and Adelaide Zoo Admission more_vert
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      Take a 3-hour city tour with optional activities afterward to get to know Adelaide, a wonderful blend of old and new where historical buildings stand next to modern architecture, and where picturesque parks and the region’s finest food and wine provide something for everyone. See top attractions like the North Terrace, St Peter's Cathedral, Colonel Light’s Lookout, and visit Haigh’s Chocolates. Continue your day of sightseeing with optional upgrades — a Torrens River cruise and entrance to the Adelaide Zoo to see its beloved pandas.

      Morning City Tour:
      Your 3-hour tour of Adelaide begins with hotel pickup by coach. Meet your guide, grab a seat and enjoy your introduction to this city that combines old-world charm, heritage buildings and abundant green space with modern architecture and culture.

      Visit the North Terrace with its wealth of historical sites, memorials and statues. Take a walk along Rundle Mall, the first shopping street in Australia. See Colonel Light’s Lookout, named after the founder of Adelaide and rumored to be where he mapped out his plans for the city. Enjoy a stop at the very popular St Peter's Cathedral and visit Haigh’s Chocolates, a must-do for any chocolate addict. Relax over a cup of provided tea or coffee while you sample the region’s finest sweet treats.

      Other sights you may see include Victoria Square, Gouger Street, King William Street, the Terraces (South, East and West), the Torrens River, Parliament House, the State Library, Trinity Church (Adelaide’s oldest), Hutt Street, the Adelaide Oval, O’Connell Street, St Peter’s Cathedral, Montefiore Hill and the charming suburbs of North Adelaide.

      The city tour ends on King William Street.

      Optional Torrens River Cruise:
      Board the Popeye at Elder Park for a 40-minute cruise on the city’s much-loved Torrens River. As you enjoy a leisurely ride along the river on this ferry service that dates back to 1935, admire views of the city center and look for the various types of birds that frequent the waterfront.

      The cruise ends with return to Elder Park.

      Optional Torrens River Cruise and Entrance to the Adelaide Zoo:
      If you choose the Adelaide Zoo option, hop off the river cruise at a jetty located a short stroll from the zoo entrance.

      Before your allocated time to view the pandas, enjoy free time to explore the zoo at your leisure. Check out the 300 species of animals, from flamingos to lions to giraffes. Grab a snack or drink at one of the zoo’s cafes, if you wish (own expense), and then head to the panda exhibit when it’s time for your viewing.

      The only giant pandas in the southern hemisphere, Wang Wang (born in 2005) and Funi (born in 2006) are the first pandas to live permanently in Australia. During your time in their state-of-the-art exhibit, learn about the research center in China where they were born, and watch them munch lazily on bamboo.

      After the zoo, return to the river for the ride back to the city center; you’ll dock at Elder Park, where your tour ends.

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      Adelaide City Tour Including Adelaide Oval more_vert
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      Enjoy a warm welcome to Adelaide with a morning city sightseeing tour followed by an in-depth walk through the iconic Adelaide Oval. Your expert guide shows you the city’s heritage buildings, lush green space, modern architecture and vibrant culture while sharing the history of Australia’s fifth largest city. Visit top attractions like St Peter's Cathedral, Light’s Lookout, the North Terrace and Haigh’s Chocolates. Top it off with an insider’s tour of the Adelaide Oval to get a close look at the famous sporting venue.

      Your day starts with morning pickup at your Adelaide hotel for a 3-hour city tour by comfortable coach. Motor through the heart of the city to take in Victoria Square and King William Street, an elegant boulevard with many of South Australia’s most important government buildings.

      Cruise through lively districts such as Gouger Street and O’Connell Street, and enjoy a highlight for any chocolate lover: a visit to Haigh’s Chocolates. Sip a cup of complimentary tea or coffee accompanied by tastings of fine chocolates as you hear about the family-owned business, which opened a century ago in the historic Beehive Corner building on Rundle Mall.

      Other sights you may see include the Terraces (South, East and West), Parliament House, the State Library of South Australia, Trinity Church, Hutt Street, St Peter’s Cathedral and the charming suburbs of North Adelaide. Get an overview of Adelaide from Light’s Vision, a lookout point named after the city's founding father, Colonel William Light.

      From Light’s Vision you can spot your next destination: the Adelaide Oval, a renowned stadium for cricket and football. Your coach takes you to the River Torrens where you walk across a new footbridge to the recently renovated stadium. Inside, have time to purchase lunch and explore the Bradman Museum, which features a collection of cricket memorabilia donated by legendary batsman Sir Donald Bradman.

      At the designated time, meet for a behind-the-scenes tour of the Oval with a knowledgeable guide who shares stories from the famous venue’s history. Get a close look at one of the cricket world’s most recognizable scoreboards and admire how heritage elements blend with modern updates in this world-class facility.

      When your guided tour of the Oval ends, you are free to make your own way to your next destination. You might like to explore the nearby shops and restaurants of the River Bank Precinct or stroll through gorgeous parks near the stadium.

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      Adelaide City Tour with Glenelg Tram and Lunch more_vert
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      Discover the landmarks of Adelaide on a full-day tour that includes an afternoon at your leisure in Glenelg. During your morning coach tour, your guide shares the history of Adelaide as you see highlights such as Holy Trinity Church, the River Torrens, Victoria Square, King William Road, Hutt Street and Gouger Street. Sample the delicious treats at Haigh’s Chocolates then board the Tram to head to the pretty seaside suburb of Glenelg for lunch and the afternoon on your own. Return to Adelaide by hopping on the historic tram line, the last of its kind in the region.

      After morning pickup at your Adelaide hotel or the Adelaide Central Bus Station, board your deluxe air-conditioned coach to begin your tour of the city’s highlights. Your local guide shares informative commentary throughout the morning tour.

      As you cruise through central Adelaide, pass Victoria Square where many of South Australia’s important historic and modern government buildings are located. Drive down King William Street, a grand boulevard dotted with landmarks such as the governor’s residence. Stop at Haigh’s Chocolates (except Sundays) for a complimentary tea or coffee accompanied by the fine chocolates that this family-owned business has been producing since 1915. If you're visiting on a Sunday, you'll spend more time in Glenelg later in the afternoon.

      See the bustle along trendy Hutt Street and take in Gouger Street, where you find the the Central Market and the gateway to Chinatown. Head to the North and East Terraces, where you pass cultural institutions such as the Adelaide Botanic Gardens and the South Australian Museum.

      Travel to Glenelg, a charming seaside town located just six miles (10 km) from central Adelaide. Say farewell to your guide, then enjoy a meal at Grand Bar located inside the 5-star Stamford Grand Adelaide hotel. After lunch, take the afternoon to explore the town on your own. Walk along the beach, check out the shops on Jetty Road, or relax at one of the cafes that line the public square.

      Learn more about the history of South Australia and Glenelg, the site of South Australia's original mainland settlement of 1836, at the Bay Discovery Centre, which is located in the heritage-listed old Glenelg Town Hall.

      When you are ready to leave Glenelg, simply use the provided return tram ticket for a 20-minute journey on the historic tram that returns you to central Adelaide.

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      Murray River Riverboat Tour including Lunch from Adelaide more_vert
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      Trade in the hustle and bustle of Adelaide for a day in the peaceful, picturesque Murray River region with this day trip to Mannum. Take a 2-hour cruise on the scenic Murray River, and enjoy morning tea and lunch on board while you spot birdlife like pelicans and cockatoos. Learn about Mannum’s paddle steamer history, and visit the Melba's Chocolate Factory in Woodside. Views of the Adelaide Hills will keep you entertained during the 3-hour round-trip coach ride.

      After pickup from centrally located Adelaide hotels, head by coach to the town of Mannum, about a 1.5-hour drive through the rolling Adelaide Hills and the Mallee outback.

      Mannum is a historical town on the river, where European settlement dates back to the 1840s and the first paddle steamer on the Murray River was launched in 1852. When you arrive, board the riverboat for your 2-hour cruise.

      You’ll see just a small portion of Australia’s longest river but some of its best scenery, including stark cliffs, willow trees and the Red River Gums. Keep your eyes peeled for wildlife like galahs, cockatoos and pelicans, and enjoy morning tea and lunch served on board.

      Afterward, enjoy free time to explore Mannum on your own, and visit a lookout point to admire the view over the city and river. Then hop back on the coach for the return drive to Adelaide, stopping in the town of Woodside to visit Melba's Chocolate Factory in Woodside, home to some of the world's most delicious confectionery. Enjoy a snack or drink, if you wish, at the cafe (own expense) before continuing the drive to Adelaide, passing through the Chain of Ponds to Tea Tree Gully.

      Your tour ends with hotel drop-off in Adelaide.

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      Barossa Valley with Hahndorf Tour from Adelaide more_vert
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      Sample the delights of the Barossa Valley on a full-day guided tour from Adelaide that includes two wine tastings, a delicious winery lunch and a visit to Hahndorf. Your knowledgeable guide shares the valley's winemaking history before guided tastings at Jacob’s Creek and Creed Wines. With stops at local landmarks and a scenic route that takes in the River Torrens and Adelaide Hills, your tour provides an in-depth experience of the legendary winemaking region and its environs.

      After pickup at your hotel in Adelaide or the Central Bus Station, step aboard your air-conditioned coach and meet your knowledgeable guide.

      Start with a drive along a scenic route that follows the River Torrens and winds through the spectacular Torrens Gorge. Pass Kangaroo Creek Reservoir and Millbrooke Reservoir, which provide water to Adelaide, then continue through quaint Williamstown, the southern gateway to the Barossa Valley.

      Stop after about an hour on the road at Seppeltsfield Winery. Established in 1851, the winery includes more than 250 acres (100 hectares) of vineyards with shiraz and grenache grapes, the traditional grapes cultivated in the Barossa

      Continue into the Barossa Valley to arrive at Jacob’s Creek. Started by an immigrant from Bavaria who planted the valley’s first commercial vineyard in 1847, Jacob’s Creek is now one of Australia’s most famous wineries. Take a walking tour of the Jacob’s Creek display vineyard and learn about its 14 grape varieties, then enjoy a guided tasting of several of the winery’s delicious wines.

      Next, drive to the Menglers Hill Lookout to take in amazing views of the valley’s vineyards, hills and farms. Admire huge sculptures made from local marble and granite at the Barossa Sculpture Park located just below the lookout.

      Then head to Barossa Chateau, which is surrounded by 22 acres (9 hectares) of rose gardens and more than 30,000 roses. The chateau's grand ballroom features 18th- and 19th-century art and antiquities including an extensive collection of porcelain from important makers like Meissen, Sevres, Worchester, Chelsea and Stinton.

      Stroll to the restaurant for a delicious 2-course lunch with the option to purchase wine to accompany your meal. Then visit Creed Wines, also located on the property, to sample some of their fine wines.

      Hop back on your coach to travel to Hahndorf, a small town in the Adelaide Hills that is the oldest remaining German settlement in Australia. Stroll under 100-year-old elm and plane trees on the main street and take in the quaint cottages, craft shops and tea rooms of the town.

      On your return to Adelaide, pass through the lush Adelaide Hills and villages such as Crafers, Stirling, Aldgate and Bridgewater. After an 8-hour tour, your guide returns you to your Adelaide hotel in the early evening.

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      Adelaide Super Saver: Adelaide City Sightseeing Tour plus Barossa Valley and Hahndorf Tour more_vert
      $158.40 AUD Book
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      Over two days, see Adelaide’s major city-center attractions, plus visit the town of Hahndorf and South Australia’s renowned Barossa Valley! Ideal for first-time visitors to Adelaide, this 2-day tour package combines two best-selling Adelaide tours and represents a saving of 20%. The tours highlight the scenic countryside surrounding Adelaide and include wine tastings, a winery lunch and the option to take an Adelaide river cruise and see the giant pandas at Adelaide Zoo. Once you have completed the first tour, you have six more days to complete the second.

      Day 1: Adelaide City Sightseeing Tour (3 hours)
      Get to know Australia's 'festival city' on a full morning coach tour of the city surrounds, with the option of including a river cruise and a visit to Adelaide Zoo to meet the giant pandas. You’ll visit the North Terrace with its mix of historic and modern buildings and uncover the city’s past through its memorials, statues and plaques.

      Take a stroll along Rundle Mall, Australia’s first shopping street mall, see Colonel Light’s Lookout, named after the founder and town planner of Adelaide, then head to the beach and the quaint town of Glenelg.

      No trip to Adelaide would be complete without a visit to Haigh’s Chocolates (closed on Sunday). Relax with a cup of tea or coffee while sampling the region’s finest milk and dark chocolates.

      If you take the option to cruise the Torrens River, enjoy a 40-minute journey on the city’s beloved ferry service, the Popeye, first launched in 1935. The cruise takes in views of the city center from the water, and stops at the Adelaide Zoo, where you also have the option of meeting the giant pandas!

      Wang Wang and Funi are the only giant pandas in the southern hemisphere and the first to live permanently in Australia. Visit the state-of-the-art exhibit to learn more about pandas and how they survive in the forests of China today.

      Day Two: Barossa Valley and Hahndorf Tour (8 hours, must be taken within seven days)
      Combine the German flavors of Hahndorf and the fine wines of the Barossa Valley on your day trip from Adelaide. Leaving Adelaide, the day trip takes you through the leafy green Adelaide Hills, only 30 minutes away from the city yet so far removed from the big-city bustle.

      Stretch your legs at Lyndoch, the gateway to the Barossa Valley and enjoy morning tea (included). Next, you’ll continue through the old mill town of Woodside before visiting two Barossa Valley vineyards to sample the region’s fine wines. Lunch is served at Keaslers Winery restaurant, where you can sample more Barossa Valley wines and gourmet regional produce.

      End your day with coffee or tea and a German streusel (own expense) in the tranquil German settlement of Hahndorf, filled with the atmosphere and aromas of old Bavaria, before returning to the city.

      Special Offer - Save up to 20% on two of our most popular Adelaide tours by booking this 2-day combo package! - Book Now!

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      Adelaide Highlights and Hahndorf Tour with Optional River Cruise more_vert
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      Discover the highlights of Adelaide on this afternoon coach tour with an optional river cruise. Your guide shares facts about the city as you see landmarks in Chinatown, the Central Market, Victoria Square, King William Road and Hutt Street. Take in the views from the top of the Lofty Ranges, then visit the charming town of Hahndorf where you have afternoon tea and time to stroll around on your own. Have the option to include a sightseeing boat cruise on the River Torrens before your coach tour.

      After pickup at your Adelaide hotel or the Pop-eye jetty, board your comfortable air-conditioned coach for a comprehensive coach tour of Adelaide’s highlights. Your knowledgeable local guide provides informative commentary about the sights you pass on your 4-hour tour.

      Start in Chinatown where pagoda-style roofs, red lanterns, restaurants and grocery stores are found along Moonta Street, which is marked by a traditional Chinese archway with lion statues. Then swing by the Central Market, the hub of Adelaide’s food scene with hundreds of farmers and specialty shops that provide everything from fresh fruits and veggies to seafood and locally-sourced meats.

      Continue to nearby Victoria Square, the heart of the city with many of the South Australia’s most significant historic and modern civic buildings. See St Francis Xavier Cathedral and drive along the grand boulevard King William Street, where the governor’s residence is located along with other important landmarks. Motor down trendy Hutt Street as you head out to North and East Terraces, where cultural institutions like the South Australian Museum and the Adelaide Botanic Gardens are found.

      Drive through the tree-lined suburbs as your coach climbs to the top of the Mt Lofty Ranges for spectacular views over Adelaide, from Glenelg to the Gulf St Vincent. Then follow the road to Hahndorf, passing the charming villages of Crafers, Stirling and Aldgate along the way.

      When you reach Hahndorf, the oldest surviving German settlement in Australia, your guide explains the history of the town as you drive through the quaint streets to the Hahndorf Inn, where you have about two hours to enjoy a complimentary afternoon tea and time on your own to explore the town. Afterward, your coach returns you to your Adelaide hotel to end your tour.

      Tour and River Cruise (one hour):

      Begin your tour by hopping on board the iconic Pop-eye boat for a leisurely cruise along the River Torrens. The round-trip cruise departs from Elder Park and glides along the water to the Adelaide Zoo before returning to the landing. Along the way, your captain shares informative commentary about the many landmarks and points of interest located on the river. Look for wildlife including pelicans, Pacific black ducks, Australian wood ducks, black swans, ibis, egrets and herons. Pass under a number of beautiful bridges and get the chance to see some of their features up close. Take in public art and sculptures that dot the grounds of Linear Park, a popular city park that runs along the River Torrens. The river cruise is a great way to enjoy the quieter side of Adelaide and experience the river at the heart of the city.

      Next, head towards the rotunda (near the jetty in Elder Park) where you will have approximately 20-25-minutes before your bus arrives and your Adelaide highlights tour begins.

      Click on "View Additional Info" for the hotel pickup list

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      Penfolds Magill Estate Wine and Cheese Tasting more_vert
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      Nestled in the foothills of Adelaide with views of the city, Penfolds Magill Estate is one of the world's few urban single vineyards, just a 15-minute drive from the city. The original home of Penfolds wines, the historic estate is known for one of Australia’s most prized wines, the Grange. During this 1.5-hour experience, you can enjoy a wine and cheese tasting in a private tasting room at the estate.

      Your wine tasting takes place at the historical Magill Estate, the birthplace of Penfolds wines, which dates back to 1844. With views of the Penfolds vineyards, the Magill Estate Cellar Door is the ideal setting to learn about and enjoy the history and atmosphere of one of Australia’s oldest wineries.

      In the private tasting room, enjoy a structured 'Taste Masterclass,' where a cellar door ambassador guides you through a selection of Penfolds wines, each carefully matched with cheese. Just sit back and relax during this culinary experience in South Australia with your friends or loved ones.

      • $125.00
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      Ultimate Penfolds Magill Estate Experience more_vert
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      Nestled in the foothills of Adelaide with views over the city, Magill Estate is one of the worlds few urban single vineyards only a 15-minute drive from Adelaide city. The historic Penfolds Magill Estate is the original home of Penfolds wines and of Australia’s most prized wine, the Grange.

      Tours allow visitors to discover the historic Magill Estate - the birthplace of Penfolds, which boasts a rich history dating back to 1844.

      The new Magill Estate Cellar Door offers breathtaking views of the iconic Penfolds vineyards, a perfect setting for visitors to immerse themselves in the history and spirit of Penfolds.

      Join a member of the Penfolds team on a journey through the foundation of Penfolds as Australia’s leading red wine producer. Your tour starts with a visit to the Grange Cottage; the original home of Dr Christopher and Mary Penfold before viewing the Magill Estate winery, vintage cellar and underground drives where you will discover the gems hidden within.

      Your tour concludes with an intimate tasting of Penfolds Most awarded and sought after wines including one vintage of Grange.

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      Penfolds Magill Estate Iconic Experience more_vert
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      Nestled in the foothills of Adelaide with views over the city, Magill Estate is one of the worlds few urban single vineyards only a 15-minute drive from Adelaide city. The historic Penfolds Magill Estate is the original home of Penfolds wines and of Australia’s most prized wine, the Grange.

      Tours allow visitors to discover the historic Magill Estate - the birthplace of Penfolds, which boasts a rich history dating back to 1844.

      The new Magill Estate Cellar Door offers breathtaking views of the iconic Penfolds vineyards, a perfect setting for visitors to immerse themselves in the history and spirit of Penfolds.

      Join a guided historical tour of Penfolds Magill Estate. Your host will take you on a journey through Penfolds’ history including a visit to the Grange Cottage and the vintage cellar. You will also experience the underground drives and see the original hiding spot of Max Schubert’s hidden Grange.

      Your host will then lead you through a structured tasting of some our most highly coveted wines followed by a 3 course lunch in one of the private rooms. Lunch is matched with 3 Penfolds’ Wines.

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      The Lane Vineyard Gourmet Lunch with Wine Pairings more_vert
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      Indulge in a delicious lunch and matching wine flight at the iconic Lane Vineyard elegant restaurant, located in the scenic Adelaide Hills. Take in views of the vineyards and green rolling hills from the restaurant’s elevated dining room as you savor the locally sourced seasonal menu and matching estate wines. The Lane Vineyard is the perfect place to celebrate a special occasion. Then again who needs reasons? It's just as perfect for a luxurious afternoon outing.

      Make your way to The Lane Vineyard, conveniently located in the Adelaide Hills, just a 25-minute drive from Adelaide or less than 10 minutes from historic town of Hahndorf.

      Upon arrival, head to the winery’s spectacular elevated dining room. During your visit, soak up incredible views of the surrounding vineyards and rolling hills.

      There's not a bad seat in the house with its large windows, a spacious deck, and indoor and outdoor seating.

      Sit back and let the two-hatted kitchen team take you on a 2-course journey derived from locally sourced ingredients, which may include fresh seafood from the Southern Ocean, lamb and beef reared in nearby Hay Valley, South Australia's freshest produce, and fruit from orchards in the Adelaide hills.

      Allow the cellar door staff to carefully match your lunch to an array of The Lane Vineyard's small-batch single vineyard wines. Since 1993, this family-run winery has transformed from a potato farm into a state-of-the-art winery. Grapes are cultivated and harvested in the surrounding vineyards, then crafted into excellent cool-climate wines including chardonnay, pinot gris, sauvignon blanc, shiraz, and sparkling wines.

      A variety of transport options can be prearranged so you can properly experience the long lunch and you do not need to worry about drinking and driving.

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      The Lane Vineyard Winery Tour and Wine Tasting more_vert
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      Treat yourself to a winery tour and wine tasting at The Lane Vineyard, an elegant family-run winery that features single vineyard wines, located just a short drive from Adelaide or Hahndorf. Join your host on a guided tour of the winemaking process followed by a tasting in the vineyard. Sample several wine varietals then choose your favorite for a vertical tasting. Soak up incredible views of the Adelaide Hills as you revel in a sojourn to this renowned winery.

      Choose from a late morning or afternoon tour according to your schedule. Make your way to The Lane Vineyard by taxi or car. It's located just a 20-minute drive from Adelaide, and under two miles (three km) from the historic village of Hahndorf.

      Upon arrival, your host from The Lane Vineyard meets you at the winery’s tasting room (or cellar door as it's known in Australia). Your host starts your guided tour with an overview of the winemaking process at The Lane Vineyard, which specializes in small-batch single vineyard wines.

      Started in 1993 by John and Helen Edwards, the family-run winery’s 2005 makeover resulted in a state-of-the-art winery equipped with the latest technology. Your host shows you around the winery and vineyards, where the grapes are harvested during the cool of evening and delivered to the winery’s doors just 100 feet (300 meters) away.

      After a leisurely walk around the vineyard, stop at a scenic outdoor patio for your wine tasting. Sample a selection of Occasion Wines, including a cabernet sauvignon, chardonnay, shiraz, and sauvignon semillon. Then choose your favorite for a vertical tasting, in which you sample one varietal over several vintages and compare how the wine's flavor varies in different years.

      Throughout the day, your host shares informative commentary about the wines and the history of The Lane Vineyard.

      After about 1.5 hours, your tasting tour ends at the cellar door. Linger to enjoy the winery or make your own way back to Adelaide. If you worked up an appetite, the winery's elegant restaurant has a variety of food you can purchase, and spectacular views from the windows and deck. Reservations for the restaurant are recommended, especially on weekends when they fill up fast.

      And don't worry about how you'll get back after a couple glasses of wine, taxi service can be easily arranged.

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      Fleurieu Peninsula Craft Beer and Brewery 4WD Tour Including 3-Course Lunch more_vert
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      Explore the gorgeous Fleurieu Peninsula’s hopping brew scene on this full-day beer tour led by an expert local guide who loves good suds and knows where to find them. Your adventure takes you to McLaren Vale and deep into the Australian bush to visit four microbreweries where you sample craft brews and learn about brewing. Enjoy a drive along Gulf St Vincent, a delicious beer-inspired multicourse lunch plus optional beer paddles at several stops. Small-group tour with a maximum of 10 people allows for a more personalized experience.

      Your full-day tour starts with morning pickup from Adelaide. Hop into the sturdy and comfortable 4WD vehicle for an easy 40-minute drive to McLaren Vale, a region known for excellent wine but also producing great handcrafted beer.

      Begin at Goodieson’s Brewery where you can taste a range of brews, including a tasty Pilsner and a German-style Maibock. Learn about their award-winning boutique brewery and, if available, meet expert brewer Jeff Goodieson.

      Next, go for an off-road spin to an exclusive location with stunning views across McLaren Vale and the southern coast. Then move on to Red Poles, a venue that features Vale Ale Brewing Company. Located in an authentic Australian bush setting, Red Poles is the ideal place to sample Vale Ale's Australian IPA and their popular American-style dark lager.

      Worked up an appetite? Tuck into a delicious 3-course outdoor lunch at an exclusive location fully catered by the Salopian Inn restaurant. Dessert and drinks can be purchased separately; the staff is happy to suggest drink pairings for the food.

      Hunger satiated, continue your beer quest at Ekhidna Beer Haus, where among the choices they serve an intriguing half-beer, half-ginger beer drink. Then hang on as your guide goes for a drive down stunning Silversands beach, next to Gulf St Vincent (if conditions permit). Stop for photo ops, fresh air and a tasting of another great brew.

      Turn back towards Adelaide and visit Myponga's microbrewery, The Smiling Samoyed, to sample their collection of superior suds. The building sits next to the Myponga reservoir where wild kangaroos loll in the sunshine, grazing on lush grasslands. After brews and kangaroos, relax on the 45-minute return trip to Adelaide.

      Your tour includes all transportation, lunch, morning snacks and a drink. Recommended beer paddles cost between $5-10 and can be purchased at will according to your thirst.

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      Small-Group Fleurieu Peninsula Food and Wine Experience by 4WD Including 4-Course Lunch more_vert
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      Discover the wine and food of the gorgeous Fleurieu Peninsula on a full-day 4WD tour with a local guide. Travel on rugged roads to Gulf St Vincent, Silversands Beach and the Willunga Hills to visit stunning locations known mostly by locals. Explore the hidden treasures of the McLaren Vale region with exclusive access at wineries for private tastings and encounters with the winemakers. Your guide provides an intimate experience of both the cosmopolitan pleasures and natural beauty of the Fleurieu Peninsula on this small-group tour with a maximum of 10 people.

      Begin your full-day tour with pickup in the morning from Adelaide, Glenelg or McLaren Vale. Travel in a rugged and comfortable 4WD vehicle about 40 minutes to reach the McLaren Vale wine region while your guide shares the story of the area.

      Known as one of the most geologically diverse wine regions in the world, McLaren Vale also features a fantastic gourmet food scene and spectacular natural beauty. Drop into a couple of local wineries where you go beyond the tasting room to sample wines straight from the barrel. Enjoy an exclusive tasting in the vineyards (weather and staff permitting) where you meet the winemaker and sip the latest releases.

      The adventure continues as your guide negotiates off-road tracks that reveal the hidden beauty of McLaren Vale. Stop at a gorgeous viewpoint known only to locals where you snack on fresh local cheeses and a glass of wine or other beverage.

      Next head to an acclaimed local restaurant for a gourmet 4-course lunch with a seasonal menu that highlights fresh ingredients from the region, with the option to purchase dessert and drinks to accompany your meal. Enjoy spectacular views of the surrounding vineyards and hills as you eat.

      After an exquisite lunch, hop back in the 4WD to follow a pretty track through the Willunga Hills. Take in great views over the entire region including Gulf St Vincent and, if the tides allow, drive along Silversands beach for a close look at the shore.

      Wrap up an amazing day with a wine tasting at a private cellar in one of McLaren Vale's most historic homesteads. Afterward, relax on the 40-minute return trip to Adelaide.

      • $299.00
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      McLaren Vale and Fleurieu Peninsula Day Trip by 4WD Including Gourmet Picnic Lunch more_vert
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      Explore the magnificent Fleurieu Peninsula on a full-day 4WD tour with a knowledgeable local guide. Travel rugged roads through the Willunga Hills, Inman Valley, Second Valley with views of Gulf St Vincent, Kangaroo Island, the Southern Ocean and more. Visit the celebrated McLaren Vale wine region, stop at a winery and other exclusive locations where your guide provides carefully selected wines, beers and gourmet treats to enjoy in the great outdoors. Discover South Australia’s natural beauty in seldom visited places on this small-group tour limited to 10 people.

      Start your full-day tour with morning pickup from either McLaren Vale or Adelaide or its environs. Climb into your comfortable and sturdy 4WD vehicle for the relaxed 40-minute drive to the internationally renowned McLaren Vale wine region.

      The adventure begins as your guide follows off-road tracks through beautiful landscapes with world-class vineyards and ancient geological sites. After some exploring, pull into an exclusive location for morning refreshments consisting of cheeses served with local white and red wines and handcrafted beers. Enjoy your first tastes of the region’s excellent products while taking in stunning views of the surrounding scenery.

      Next, pop into a winery where you meet a local winemaker and learn about the winery’s operations, then sample wine fresh from the barrel.

      Continue south where, if the tides allow, you drive along Gulf St Vincent on Silversands beach. Then your 4WD maneuvers along 4WD tracks through the Willunga Hills into Inman Valley and Second Valley. After a thrilling ride, stop at a spectacular and remote location to savor a gourmet picnic lunch provided by a premium McLaren Vale restaurant.

      After lunch, continue through gorgeous Deep Creek Conversation Park and learn about the traditional lands of the Kaurna and Ngarrindjeri, the Indigenous Australians of the Fleurieu Peninsula.

      Arrive at a lookout where you can snap photos of Kangaroo Island, the south coast and the Southern Ocean. Look for local wildlife, including kangaroos, native birds and migrating southern right whales from May to October. While enjoying refreshments including wine or beer, take in some of the Fleurieu Peninsula’s most dramatic views.

      Take a rugged track through a classic Fleurileu Peninsula landscape before stopping for tea or coffee at Leonards Mill restaurant, located in a gorgeously restored 155-year-old flour mill. Then make the 90-minute return journey to Adelaide to end a memorable day.

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      2-Day Adelaide to Melbourne Multi-Day Trip via Great Ocean Road and Grampians National Park more_vert
      $315.00 AUD Book
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      Between Adelaide to Melbourne stretches the treacherous shipwreck coastline, rugged mountain ranges and miles of natural bushland rich in wildlife and Aboriginal history.  Explore the wild south-west and discover the hidden treasures of this region. Of course, you could fly directly between Adelaide and Melbourne but why would you want to miss all the treasures of the south. During the two day trip you will see the world famous Great Ocean Road, Loch Ard Gorge, Brambuk Aboriginal Culture Centre, Australian wildife, the 12 Apostles, London Bridge (or Gibson Steps), the Grampians National Park and do a guided walk through Otway’s Rainforest.

      Day 1: Adelaide to the Grampians (D)

      Departing Adelaide early on your 24-seater bus, set off towards the Grampians National Park, one of Victoria’s most popular holiday destinations. An area rich in Aboriginal culture and set in a beautiful, rugged ancient landscape. Embark on a walk in the National Park and take in some of the breathtaking views at Boroka and Reed’s Lookout. Then make your way to Mackenzie Falls (Or Silverband falls) where you will hike to view the stunning falls. After enjoying a fantastic day in the National Park, before making your way to your accommodation for the evening.

      Accommodation: Hostel dormitory with shared bathroom facilities

      Day 2: The Grampians to Melbourne (B)

      Departing the Grampians, set off for the majestic Great Ocean Road, enjoying the stunning scenery of the famous coastline.  Passing through the seaside town of Port Campbell, stop to admire the amazing 12 Apostles and Loch Ard Gorge, where you will learn all about the history of one of Australia’s most famous shipwrecks. A breathtaking bushwalk through one of the oldest rainforests, the Otway Ranges is followed by a stop in the town of Apollo Bay.

      Next up, take a break in Koala Country! While in Kennett River, do some koala spotting and listen to the abundant bird-life. Winding your way along the rest of the Great Ocean Road, you will be blown away by some world class coastal views, before arriving in Melbourne

      • $315.00
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      Small-Group Adelaide City Sightseeing with Handorf Tour more_vert
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      Discover the highlights of Adelaide and Hahndorf on a morning sightseeing tour with an experienced local guide. Learn about the city as you take in King William Road, North Terrace and trendy Hutt Street. Stop at the Adelaide Oval and visit the Bradman Museum, where cricket fans can delve into the sport's memorabilia. Get great photo ops of Adelaide and Gulf St Vincent from Mount Lofty, then visit the German heritage town of Hahndorf. Learn about Hahndorf’s history from your guide as you walk through town with your small group before returning to Adelaide.

      After morning pickup at your Adelaide hotel, travel by comfortable minicoach with a knowledgeable guide through Adelaide to take in the highlights of Australia’s fifth largest city.

      Drive towards the North Terrace along King William Street as your guide points out the governor’s residence and other significant landmarks. Take in views of the River Torrens and pass the Adelaide Zoo and cultural institutions such as the Adelaide Botanic Gardens and South Australian Museum on your way to the Adelaide Oval.

      Disembark to explore the Adelaide Oval, a famous stadium used primarily for cricket and football. Stop into the Bradman Museum, located in the Oval and home to a collection of cricket memorabilia donated by famous cricket batsman Sir Donald Bradman. Sip a complimentary tea or coffee as you peruse cricket-related items that date as far back as 1927.

      Back on board the coach, cruise down fashionable Hutt Street, a tree-lined boulevard with colonial-era stone buildings, top restaurants, busy cafés and great boutiques.

      Next, head to the city outskirts and drive up to the summit of Mount Lofty. Get great photo ops of the city and Gulf St Vincent, then continue another 15 minutes to reach Hahndorf, the oldest remaining German settlement in Australia. Your guide shares informative commentary about Hahndorf’s history as you motor along the quaint streets. Have time to stroll down the main street to browse the shops and cafés. Afterward, your coach returns you to Adelaide’s Victoria Square where your tour ends in the early afternoon.

      If you would like to spend more time in Hahndorf, you have the option to return on your own by public bus.

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      Barossa Valley Wineries Tour with Tastings from Adelaide more_vert
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      Explore the Barossa Valley on a full-day wine tasting tour that includes visits to four wineries, a delicious lunch, and stops at the Whispering Wall, the town of Tanunda and Mengler's Hill Lookout. Visit renowned wineries such as Chateau Yaldara, Peter Lehmann, Langmeil Winery and Murray Street Vineyards to taste a variety of wines from both new and established producers. Your knowledgeable guide shares behind-the-scenes facts about the valley with your small group, giving you insight into the legendary winemaking region.

      Start in the morning with pickup at your Adelaide hotel, then leave the city behind as you drive into the Adelaide Hills aboard a deluxe minicoach.

      Disembark at your first stop of the day, the Whispering Wall. One of South Australia’s more unusual attractions, the wall is most famous for its incredible acoustics. Stand on either end of the wall, which spans 500 feet (150 meters), and say something to someone standing on the opposite end. You'll be amazed at how sound travels.

      Continue to your first winery destination, Chateau Yaldara. After a tasting of the chateau’s reds and whites, head to the township of Tanunda.

      Take a walk around quaint Tanunda before driving to the outskirts of town to visit Peter Lehmann winery. Enjoy sampling a variety of their excellent wines while relaxing inside the handsome stone building that dates to the 1880s. Afterward, tuck into the mouthwatering goodies such as locally sourced cheese, cured meats, breads, produce and more.

      Walk off your lunch by strolling next door to Langmeil winery, home of the oldest known shiraz vineyard in the world. Three Barossa Valley locals bought the neglected winery in 1996 and have since fully restored it. The staff welcome you in for a relaxed wine tasting in their rustic tasting room.

      As you make your way to your next destination, pause at Mengler's Hill Lookout for panoramic views over the Barossa Valley. Then wrap up the day at Murray Street Vineyards, one of the smaller vineyards in the valley. Taste some of their sustainably crafted wines while seated on the spacious outdoor veranda or inside the lounge.

      Throughout your tour, your friendly guide and winery hosts share their insider knowledge and personal touch, creating a truly memorable Barossa Valley wine tasting experience.

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      McLaren Vale and Glenelg Tour with Wine Tastings from Adelaide more_vert
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      Visit the renowned McLaren Vale wine region for wine tastings and more during a half-day tour from Adelaide, with a stop in pretty Glenelg on the way back. Travel with an experienced guide and small group to Rosemount Estate and Lloyd Brothers Wine for two wine tastings, then have time to check out other wineries and boutiques on your own. Stop in Glenelg to take a short beachside stroll along Gulf St Vincent before returning to your hotel. This small-group tour, limited to 20 people, ensures a more personalized experience.

      Meet your guide in Victoria Square to begin your afternoon tour with a 45-minute drive by comfortable minicoach to the internationally renowned McLaren Vale wine region.

      Stop into two wineries for wine tastings, starting at the award-winning Rosemount Estate. Surrounded by rolling hills laced with vineyards, Rosemount’s tasting room offers great views to enjoy while you sip wines provided by the friendly staff.

      Continue to Lloyd Brothers Wine and Olive Company, a family-owned operation which is known for cultivating shiraz grapes and kalamata olives. Sip their fine shiraz wines as you learn about three generations of business. Afterward, you can browse their gift shop, which carries wine, olive oil, body care items and other handcrafted products.

      After two wine tastings with your small group and guide, have time to explore on your own along the main street in McLaren Vale. You can enjoy another wine tasting at Hardys, a heritage-listed winery that started in 1857. Or try samples of an iconic Australian candy called FruChocs at their factory; you can even watch the tasty treats being made. Chutneys, nuts, and other treats can be can be found in a 1920s train carriage called the Almond Train. Nibble on tastings of a variety of regional products including gourmet almonds, olive oils, sauces, chutneys and jams. Or simply relax with a cup of coffee and soak up the atmosphere of the pretty town.

      Return to Adelaide via Glenelg, a quaint seaside town located only six miles (10 km) outside of central Adelaide. Enjoy time for a short walk along the beach before returning to Adelaide for drop off at your hotel.

      If you would like to stay longer in Glenelg, you can return on your own by tram, an easy 20-minute journey aboard the last remaining tram line in the region.

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      Adelaide Airport Private Chauffeured Transfer more_vert
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      Pre-book your chauffeur in Adelaide and enjoy stress free transport to/from Adelaide Airport and the Adelaide CBD. Enjoy the convenience and comfort of chauffeured cars in Adelaide. Supremely reliable service in clean, modern vehicles. Friendly and professional drivers!

      Adelaide specialists in chauffeured transport and tour services. The preferred mode of ground transport for discerning travelers, business executives and government agencies.

      Offering exceptional service and supreme reliability, your friendly and professional driver will ensure you arrive at your destination on time and stress free.

      Operating a medium sized fleet of carefully selected vehicles and drivers, you can be assured of an uncompromised standard of excellence and truly personalized service. Drivers soon become known to regular clients and special efforts are made to keep track of your regular transfer points, preferred drivers and any other individual requirements.

      Forget about battling the traffic and enjoy your ride in a luxurious modern chauffeured vehicle.

      Airport Transfers
      Airport Meet & Greet
      Personalized Tour Services
      Supremely Reliable
      Clean Modern Vehicles
      Safe & Professional Drivers

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