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Adelaide - Top Tourist Attractions

Located between Australia’s southern coast and the foothills of the Mount Lofty Ranges, Adelaide has everything that makes up a dream destination. But if you really want to make the most of your trip to this beautiful city around the River Torrens, here are the best tourist attractions that you should explore:


Adelaide - Top Tourist Attractions

Your Guide to the Best Tourist Attractions in Adelaide

Located between Australia’s southern coast and the foothills of the Mount Lofty Ranges, Adelaide has everything that makes up a dream destination. But if you really want to make the most of your trip to this beautiful city around the River Torrens, here are the best tourist attractions that you should explore:

Adelaide Botanic Garden

The Adelaide Botanic Garden was established in 1855 at the east end of the North Terrace and it has been a top attraction since. This garden is home to several species and divided into different categories including native Australian plants and medicinal plants. It also has a Mediterranean garden and wetland to provide enough irrigation to the entire garden.

The Adelaide Botanic Garden is also home to the Santos Museum of Economy Botany, which will help you learn more about the role of plants through a series of permanent exhibitions.

Wandering through the garden, you’ll see the Bicentennial Conservatory, the palm house, the night-flowering Amazonica water lilies and the oldest avenue of Moreton Bay fig trees in all of Australia.

National Wine Center of Australia

South Australians have a love affair with wine, thanks to the many world-class wine regions around Adelaide. And if there is one place to learn about the wine making process in the region, it has to be the National Wine Center of Australia.

Also known simply as the Wine Center, this complex features a modern exhibition that explains how wine is made in Adelaide. Of course, you can’t miss sampling the best of Australia’s wines at the end of the tour accompanied by a menu created with the freshest seasonal ingredients in the region.

Glenelg Beach

If you’re looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the city without going too far, a 25-minute tram ride from the city center will take you to the most popular beach in Adelaide, Glenelg Beach.

This beautiful stretch of golden sand draws crowds not only for its relaxing vibe but also because of its stunning sunset. It’s also one of the best places to experience the charm of Adelaide with its cafes, heritage hotels, and boutiques.

Adelaide Oval

Australians love their sports, which is why stadiums play an important part in the country’s history. In Adelaide’s Riverbank Precinct sits one of the most significant sports venues in all of Australia, the Adelaide Oval.

Established in 1871, the oval hosted the first test cricket match in 1884 and since then, it has been the venue for various events for 16 kinds of sports including archery, hockey, AFL, tennis and lacrosse. The Adelaide Oval is also a famous venue for concerts and other events.

To cap off your trip, make sure to drop by the Adelaide Central Market, which is the most visited attraction in the city. Each year, more than eight million tourists flock to the market to shop in its 80 stalls and enjoy good local food and drink from the best artisans in town.

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