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City break in Adelaide. Active leisure ideas for Adelaide - attractions, recreation and nightlife

Adelaide Festival Centre Adelaide is a true paradise for shoppers. Rundle Mall is considered the "trading heart" of the city. The beautiful building of a gallery type is home to 600 various shops and boutiques, cozy restaurants and cafes. If you want to purchase food, wine and flowers, it is better to move your feet to the main market of the city called Adelaide Central Market. The best choice of clothes by famous brands can be found in a shopping center named King William Road; and when it’s time for buying souvenirs, you can hardly find a better place than Norwood Parade trading center. We should also not to forget to mention Jetty Road center, which is located not far away from the coastline. Visiting that trading center is a great way to combine shopping with outdoor recreation.
A gorgeous building of the early 20th century constructed in Art Nouveau style is occupied by Hotel Richmond on Rundle Mall. Its suites feature contemporary design with luxury and … Open
Fans of active pastime should certainly find time to visit two national parks - Cleland and Belair. The parks are a great place to enjoy the magnificence of nature with its exotic plants and animals. Visitors can also enjoy sports there - the parks are equipped with excellent tennis courts, volleyball and basketball courts. Lofty Hills will become a perfect destination for family rest and picnics. By the way, the hills are equipped with a large observation deck. Tourists with children will get only positive memories if they visit the local zoo, the main symbol which are two charming pandas named Funi and Wang Wang.
Of course, there are excellent nightlife destinations in the city. For example, night club Cargo is known far beyond the country. Every day the club hosts entertaining performances. Each themed party is devoted to a particular musical direction. Thus, the fans of jazz should visit the club on Monday. Fans of pop music will simply fall in love with the parties that take place on Wednesdays and Fridays. The remaining days are the time for various themed nights that are usually dedicated to such music genres as soul, techno and other styles of modern music. The club has a great bar, so in addition to a rich entertainment program visitors of the venue will surely enjoy delicious exotic cocktails and snacks. Copyright www.orangesmile.com
Some hotels in Adelaide are literally made for an unforgettable honeymoon or a solemn wedding ceremony. Elegant and sophisticated Hotel Grand Chancellor Adelaide on Hindley is very popular … Open
Australia is a country where many sports are cultivated, like tennis, golf, Australian football, rugby, cricket and water sports. The most popular local sport - golf, as far as here you will find more than 1500 golf clubs in Australia! Adelaide is no exception. The Royal Adelaide Golf Club is a true masterpiece, where the holes are located among the reddish sand dunes and Cyprian pines. This club, together with Koyonga, Grange, and Glenelg, forms the so-called "sand belt". Fans of water sports will also find a lot of entertainment on the coastline- yachts, diving, swimming at sea and in the pools. And, of course, there are many tennis clubs.
Art Gallery But if you are looking for a really extreme entertainment, try the services of immersion under water with the sharks. In Adelaide, there are numerous companies that provide diving services and the majority can be found on the coastline. This trip can be one of the most extreme adventures you will find in all Australia. Do not deny yourself the pleasure to get acquainted with the legendary White Sharks in their immediate habitat! Neptune Island, home of the largest predatory fish on earth, and from here your journey will start. On the way, you can admire the dolphins and the colony of seabirds. Once the sharks appear, you can go into the cage and dive underwater. All the necessary immersion and breathing equipment are provided on board, so diving skills are not necessary.
Adelaide has a wonderful Central Market, that is visited both by tourists and locals. All year round fresh seasonal vegetables and fruits are on offer. The prices are, by the way, much lower … Open
The modern elegant city is surrounded by a green ring of parks and by quiet rural suburbs, which are the main wine-growing region of the country. The fans of wine must visit the cellars of the famous wine company Kaiserstuhl. In 55 In 55 km from Adelaide, there is a wine-growing center of the country - the valley of Barossa. The wineries of Barossa Valley, Clare Valley, McLaren Valley and Kunavarra produce the best Australian wines, which, thanks to an extremely favorable climate and perfect technologies, have long been one of the main competitors to French wines in the world market. South Australian wines are Australia's finest wines and you will have such an amazing chance to degust all of them, and even more - learn about the process of winemaking here.
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City tours, excursions and tickets in Adelaide and surroundings

Recommended places for active recreation and leisure in Adelaide

Austral Hotel
Where: 205 Rundle Street, Adelaide; Telephone: +61 (08) 8223 4660;
The Oxford
Where: 101 O’Connell Street, Adelaide; Telephone: +61 (08) 8267 2652;
Universal Wine Bar
Where: 285 Rundle Street, Adelaide; Telephone: +61 (08) 8232 5000;
The Banque Wine Bar
Where: 107 O’Connell Street, Adelaide; Telephone: +61 (08) 267 2652;
Elephant Walk Café
Where: 76 Melbourne Street, Adelaide; Telephone: +61 (08) 8267 2006;
HQ Complex
Where: 1 North Terrace, Adelaide; Telephone: +61 (08) 7221 1245;
Cargo Club
Where: 213 Hindley Street, Adelaide;
The Treasury
Where: 144 King William St Adelaide, Adelaide; Telephone: (08) 8212 0499;
The Union
Where: 70 Waymouth Street, Adelaide; Telephone: (08) 8231 4836;
Crown & Sceptre
Where: 308 King William Street, Adelaide;
The Stag Hotel
Where: 299 Rundle Street, Adelaide;
Reference information
Map of all parks
National and city parks around Adelaide
♥   National Park 'Blackwood' , 0.9 km from the center. On the map   Photo
♥   Regional Park 'Cudmore' , 3.5 km from the center. On the map   Photo
♥   National Park 'Dinden' , 4.8 km from the center. On the map   Photo
♥   Recreation Park 'Brownhill Creek' , 6.6 km from the center. On the map   Photo
♥   Recreation Park 'Shepherds Hill' , 9.4 km from the center. On the map   Photo
Map of all pret-parks
Amusement parks near Adelaide
♥   Amusement park 'Adelaide Showgrounds' Adelaide, 1.6 km from the center. On the map   Photo
♥   Amusement park 'Magic Mountain' Glenelg, 9.4 km from the center. On the map   Photo
♥   Amusement park 'The Beachouse' Glenelg, 9.6 km from the center. On the map   Photo
Map of all aquaparks
Water attractions around Adelaide
♥   Water park 'The Beachouse' Adelaide, 9.6 km from the center. On the map   Photo

Attractions and entertainment in Australia

Surfing is excellent in Australia. One of the world’s surf centers is the Golden Coast resort on the east coast, where a large surfing club operates. Professional surfers will like Shark Island, where the highest waves can be seen. Beginners should go to Byron Bay or Newcastle. The season starts in November and ends in April. Beginners can learn the basics of surfing at one of the hotels in Main Beach or in the suburbs of Sydney. In Australia, all conditions for fishing fans have been created. You can carry out calm trout fishing at the lakes or rivers of Tasmania, and dynamic ocean fishing right from the boat, off the coast of Queensland. In the country are held regular competitions of anglers. … Open
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City break ideas for neighbours of Adelaide

Guide to your best city break in Adelaide - popular places for recreation and leisure. Things to do during the day in Adelaide - attractions, parks, beaches, aquaparks, racing tracks, biking trails or waterski. Recommendations (with addresses, phone numbers and links) where to spend your time in the evening (bars, discos, clubs, etc.). We share some good ideas and the question 'What to do in Adelaide?' disappears immediately.
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