If you have time during your stay in Adelaide book one of the Adelaide Free Walking Tours.  You will learn about the colonial history of Adelaide, visiting the icons of Adelaide and gain an understanding about our great city. 

  

Second Falls Gorge

Morialta Conservation Park is located only 10 kms north east of Adelaide.  There are numerous waterfalls and various hiking trails throughout the park.

There is plenty of parking available at the park,  and it is also easily accessible via the Metro bus service.

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Adelaide Central Markets are located just 3 minutes around the corner from Sunny’s on Grote St.  It is a great place to do your shopping or to just have a coffee and to enjoy the atmosphere of a great market.  Everything from fruit and vegetables, fresh breads and cheese to great butchers are located in the one building.  Head over on a Friday night where the markets are open until 9pm and have a beer and enjoy the night.

Gorge Wildlife Park is approx 25km or a 40 minute drive from Adelaide CBD and located on Gorge Road/Tourist Drive 58.

The Gorge Wildlife Park opened in 1965 and is still operated by the same family. Situated on 14 acres of land it is one of the largest privately owned collection of Australian and exotic animals, birds and reptiles in the country. The park offers you an up close and personal experience with wildlife.  Also daily at 11.30 am, 1.30 pm & 3.30 pm there is the opportunity to hold and be photographed with koalas

botanic gardens

 

FREE GUIDED TOUR AT

 

10.30AM EVERY DAY

 

 The free tours departs from the Visitor Information Centre at Schomburgk Pavilion at 10.30am daily (except Christmas and Good Friday).

Even if your not into gardens or plants it's a pleasant way to enjoy a couple of hours cruising around the Adelaide Botanic Gardens

 

You can also do a self-guided tour of Adelaide Botanic Garden.

 

Just check out this info link.      MtParx App Info

   

To hire a free Adelaide City Bike all you need to bring is a valid photo ID.  Your ID will be held as a deposit for the duration of the bike hire and will be given back to you when you have returned the bike.

 

hahndorf

One of the Adelaide Hills' most famous towns, Hahndorf is Australia’s oldest surviving German settlement.

Spend a day up in the Adelaide Hills picking your own strawberries

and or just head  into the German Arms Hotel and sink a few 

of there famous German wheat-beers that they have on tap.

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"Free", yep that's right head down to Haigh's Chocolate factory on Greenhill Road and enjoy special chocolate tastings and complimentary coffee or tea while having a look at there chocolate making process and then check out the famous Himeji Gardens

Bookings are essential.

waterfall gully

Located in Cleland Conservation Park, Waterfall Gully is home to the largest of seven waterfalls in the park.

mount lofty

Located in the Adelaide Hills and just a 20 minute drive from the city, Mount Lofty provides breathtaking views across Adelaide's city skyline to the coast, with visibility extending as far as Kangaroo Island on clear days.

There some great walks through native bushland and you can also discover some of the regions other great highlights, including Cleland Wildlife Park, Heysen Trail and Waterfall Gully.