ADELAIDE OVERVIEW
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Kangaroo IIsland
Wine Country Nature/Outdoors
Festivals
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Australia Destinations
With its self styled "café culture" and a diverse population, Adelaide offers visitors fabulous beaches and natural attractions, sensational food, gorgeous weather, and some of the world's most acclaimed vineyards like Barossa Valley, Coonawarra, and McLaren Vale, names that evoke the same reverence from wine enthusiasts as places like Bordeaux, Tuscany, and the Napa Valley.
This fabulous city hosts a wide range of music festivals, parades and cultural events, and is home to a treasure trove of museums, galleries, including the Art Gallery of South Australia, the South Australian Museum, and the Migration Museum. The Adelaide Zoo has more than 300 species of animals including Wang Wang and Funi, the southern hemisphere's only giant pandas, and other nearby wildlife reserves include the open range at the Monarto Zoo, the Warrawong Sanctuary, Cleland Wildlife Park, and Gorge Wildlife Park featuring indigenous birds, mammals and amphibians.
Adelaide has a wide range of exquisite beaches some just next door to the city, and many stretching from North Haven to Sellicks Beach in the south, within a 30 minute drive. Adelaide's beaches feature gorgeous white sands beaches, sea worn cliffs, and popular esplanades. And just a ferry ride away you'll find some of Australia's most exquisite beaches, spectacular rock formations, great diving, and fascinating wildlife on the specatular Kangaroo Island, one of Australia's most beautiful, and idyllic environments, and Southern Australia's crown jewel.
Fabulous accommodations abound here, and our flexible itineraries can help you link Adelaide and its innumerable attractions to the rest of Australia's extraordibary destinations.