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Holidays To South Australia & Adelaide

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If you want plenty of sunshine, sea, sand and a sophisticated city life Adelaide and South Australia are where you should head. A holiday here can be spent exploring the shops lining the streets especially on Rundle Street or soaking up the sun on Glenelg. Take a walk on North Terrace and see multiple of the city’s historical and cultural centers some of which include the South Australia Museum, the Botanical Gardens which is a great place to take a break from the city and the Art Gallery which is home to one of Australia’s best art collections. Foodies will love the Central Market with its wide variety of fruits, vegetables, cheese and bread on offer. Adelaide and South Australia is a melting pot for cuisines from all over the world and there is a new dining experience waiting for you at almost every corner. You can experience intelligent and friendly dolphins when you take a trip on the Temptation which is the only vessel in South Australia to have a dolphin swim license. There is always something going on in Adelaide and South Australia, which is why its one of the most captivating places in the country. Book your trip to Adelaide and South Australia with Travel Center and enjoy the best of the best.


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Time Zone

UTC/GMT +9:30 hours

Airlines Flying

Qantas Airways, Cathay Pacific, Singapore Airlines, Malaysian Airlines, Emirates


English, Mtoarin, Arabic, Cantonese, Chinese

Best Time to Travel

April to October

Modes of Transport

Cars, Bikes, Train, Tram, Bus, Walking

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 2.04 AUD

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Tour North Terrace – Adelaide

The North Terrace is a verdant boulevard that is home to many historical buildings. Parliament House with its majestic facades is a culture buffs treat. Further on are the State Library of South Australia, Art Gallery of South Australia and the South Australian Museum. Explore the Gothic revival styles of the Mitchel Building.

Adelaide Botanic Garden

Established in 1855 the gardens are a nature lover’s paradise. Featured are medicinal plants, Australian native plants, a Mediterranean Garden and a wetland designed to hold enough water to eventually water the entire garden.

Art Gallery of South Australia

Set within a classic Victorian building founded in 1881 the collection of art is quite varied. Browse through sculptures, paintings, metalwork, photography, textiles, jewellery, ceramics and period furniture. European Renaissance work, Asian exhibits and Torres Strait Islanders creations are some of the fascinating displays.

Adelaide Central Market

A must visit when in Adelaide this is one of the world’s oldest indoor markets. Established in 1870 the charming stalls sell flowers, fresh fruit, vegetables, baked goodies, cheeses, delicious multicultural food and other retail products. Chinatown nearby is ideal for exotic cafes and Asian food.

Chill in Glenleg

Laidback village Glenleg located in Gulf St Vincent has plenty of beach appeal and touristy attractions. Glenleg holds great historical significance as the first European settlement in South Australia. The ‘Beachouse’ amusement park is quite a thrill while swimming with dolphins; sailing and fishing are other attractions.

Kangaroo Island

Located off Fleurieu Peninsula is 3rd largest of islands in Australia. Visit for enjoying swimming in sapphire blue seas, chilling on unspoilt beaches, wild coastlines, viewing fascinating rock formations and browsing natural caves. Enjoy sights of Koala, sea lions, penguins, seals and a huge variety of birds.

Diving around Kangaroo Island

Dive amongst ancient wrecks and lookout for sights of exotic sea dragons. Look forward to dining on fresh oysters, rock lobsters and also tasting Ligurian Honey on the island.

Tour Barossa Valley

Located an hour from Adelaide Barossa is one of the oldest grape growing regions. A foodies paradise it’s famous for fresh and artisan food. Explore the German and English migrant history reflected in heritage trails, museums, historic museums and European culinary delights. Enjoy day spas, farmers markets and art galleries.

Adventure at Flinders Ranges National Park

Ideal for photographers and nature lovers Flinders Ranges is a beautiful natural phenomenon that changes colours depending on the time of day. Thriving with emus, colourful parrots and rock wallabies the mountains run 400kms into the outback. Enjoy sights of wildflowers, rich vegetation and Aborigine art.

Fleurieu Peninsula

This is a piece of land that juts out southwest from Mount Lofty Ranges. Enjoy whale watching, fishing, boating and bushwalking there. Popular tourist attractions are chilling on the cosy beaches of Gulf St. Vincent, exploring wildlife reserves and enjoying the scenic environs. Also visit Granite Island; for spotting penguins and playful kangaroos.