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Adelaide Oval Stadium Guided Tour

1. Adelaide Oval Stadium Guided Tour

Enjoy a guided tour of the iconic Adelaide Oval. Take a behind-the-scenes look at this famous sporting venue. Your knowledgeable guide will share with you hidden secrets and you can relive celebrated moments in sporting, musical and civic history. Visit a number of areas that are usually inaccessible, including the Bradman Collection, learning all about the heritage and significance of Adelaide Oval. Hear stories of legends and characters who have contributed to the story of the Oval, making this a fascinating cultural tourism experience.

Adelaide: Port River Dolphin and Ships Graveyard Cruise

2. Adelaide: Port River Dolphin and Ships Graveyard Cruise

This is a must do activity when visiting Adelaide. This cruise will highlight the Port Rivers rich maritime history, as well as visit the iconic Ships Graveyard where you will learn about the ships history. Enjoy viewing the local dolphins, which are one of the only wild dolphin populations living within a city. Travel towards the bird sanctuary where there's an opportunity to see migra­to­ry shore­birds, includ­ing threat­ened species such as Curlew sand­piper. Whilst cruising the river learn about the Aboriginal connection to land. Perfect activity for all ages.

Adelaide: McLaren Vale & The Cube Day Trip

3. Adelaide: McLaren Vale & The Cube Day Trip

Leave Adelaide and head out along the metropolitan coastline. Enjoy coastal views as you head to McLaren Vale Information Centre for morning tea. There is an opportunity to sample wines from some of the regions smaller wineries that do not have cellar doors at an additional cost. Then, head to d’Arenberg Cube. Nestled amongst vineyards, this 5-level “Rubiks cube” has been carefully designed to entice and excite the senses. See the Alternate Realities Museum and art installations and enjoy a formal wine tasting before heading to Polly’s Restaurant for your 2-course lunch. Visit Beresford Wines and choose from one of 3 tastings. Select from wine, craft beer, or spirit and gin tastings dependent on your mood. Finally, head for Wirra Wirra Vineyards, located amongst the gum trees in the historic ironstone cellars. Enjoy a tour of the cellars and a structured tasting of their range of quality wines.

Adelaide: Central Market Morning Tour

4. Adelaide: Central Market Morning Tour

This tour will take you on a sensory interactive gourmet experience, giving you an opportunity to try a range of delicious samples that represent the premium food grown and produced in South Australia. Meet some locals, enjoy their hospitality and discover the true South Australia. On this tour, interact with stall holders and get to hear about the food supply chain and where their food comes from. As your tour guides take visitors around the market, they will begin to learn the migration history of South Australia and the important influence these migration patterns have had on food markets, produce and restaurants.

Adelaide Central Market Small Group Tour with Lunch

5. Adelaide Central Market Small Group Tour with Lunch

Explore the food scene of Adelaide on a small group tour of Adelaide Central Market, and meet the producers who supply the market with fresh produce 5 days a week. Avail of an itinerary created by the food expert, Mark Gleeson, who has over 30 years experience in the food tourism and hospitality industries. Benefit from the local knowledgeable of an expert guide who will show you around the different stalls and introduce you to food you might otherwise not get the chance to taste. Meet the people who grow and supply food to the market for discerning households and restaurants, and sample a selection of produce from artisan producers across south Australia. Meet suppliers and stallholders whose families have traded in the market for generations. Then, make your way to the Market Café and watch the world go by as you enjoy a delicious lunch.

Adelaide: Central Market Early Risers Breakfast Tour

6. Adelaide: Central Market Early Risers Breakfast Tour

Start your day with a freshly roasted espresso, a hot breakfast and a fully guided small group tour of Adelaide Central Market. Enjoy the best market espresso and healthy brewed tea or a thick and rich hot chocolate. Watch the market open up while you savor a healthy breakfast before being guided around the markets by a passionate and knowledgeable guide. During your tour of the markets, taste a delicious selection of foods from South Australian artisan food producers, meet the suppliers, stallholders and producers whose families have traded in the market for generations. This small group tour is hosted by local guides and is serious fun for those with a passion for great food and the people who grow and supply it to the tables. Food lovers will delight in exploring the Adelaide Central Markets, a culinary icon established in 1869. Tours are designed by one of South Australia's noted food experts, Mark Gleeson. With over 30 years experience in the food tourism and hospitality industries, Gleeson’s knowledge of South Australia’s finest produce market is second to none.

Adelaide: Local Food Tour and Tastings with Guide

7. Adelaide: Local Food Tour and Tastings with Guide

Explore Adelaide's city center by sampling its cuisine on a walking food tour with a guide. Visit family-owned businesses as well as local markets to get an authentic taste of Adelaide. You'll try sweet treats and savory delicacies, and learn about the local food scene from your guide. Begin your tour with an overview of South Australia's produce, before delving into your first tasting at Haigh's Chocolates. Learn about the history of this family-owned business and the likes of Adelaide Arcade and Rundle Mall, then hear about the rivalry between two major Adelaide-based bakeries. Sample an intricate frog cake from a bakery before moving on to your final stop, the Adelaide Central Market. Here, try out local delicacies like fritz sausage and FruChocs, and discover more spots to visit as you listen to anecdotes from your guide.

Adelaide Central Market – The Collaborators Dinner Tour

8. Adelaide Central Market – The Collaborators Dinner Tour

Food lovers are invited to tour South Australia’s culinary icon established in 1869, the Adelaide Central Market. Tours are designed by one of the state's noted food experts who has over 30 years experience in the food tourism and hospitality industries. This tour captures unique food experiences and delivers treasured dining moments while on the move. The small group tour is hosted by local guides and is serious fun for those with a passion for great food. Wine and dine the best seven taste wonders of the market on this must do culinary adventure.

Wirra Wirra Vineyard: Shiraz Revolution Tour

9. Wirra Wirra Vineyard: Shiraz Revolution Tour

Choose the  ultimate shiraz and museum wines experience, with decadent chocolates to indulge in also. This is an intimate winery tour, where you will learn about barrel aging in Wirra Wirra's historic ironstone cellars, and taste five of Wirra Wirra's best shiraz wines, including a rare museum wine in Trott’s Original Cellar Door. This is your chance to share in the illustrious history of Wirra Wirra and ,taste the very best of McLaren Vale's most famous varietal. The more adventurous guests will also have the opportunity to ring Wirra Wirra's iconic ¾ tonne Angelus Bell and hear their efforts peal out across McLaren Vale. 

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4.8 / 5

based on 191 reviews

Great trip, fantastic guide and boat captain. Went over & above to help my husband in a wheelchair when there was no option for him to enter the boat. This was the only downer for us as we expected wheelchair access onto the boat not just the jetty. Perhaps you should update this area as without the captains help we wouldn’t have had the chance to see the dolphins, wrecks etc.

The driver was very good. He gave a very good history of the region. The wineries we visited were very friendly. I liked Wirra Wirra the best as the lady there took the time to show us through the winery and gave us a great historical overview of the winery and surrounding areas

It was a great experience. Our guide was a dietitian and was very knowledgeable about the origin of the markets and all the stalls. We had some very tasty treats and a very nice lunch.

Our Lady tour guide was lovely She had a very extended knowledge of the ground! Also very engaging with our group Thankyou (Sorry i can't remember Jet name)

Bronwyn, our guide was informed and enthusiastic about the markets. Really enjoyed the tastings and the atmosphere.