About Adelaide

The capital city of South Australia, Adelaide, was formed around the River Torrens. Once an idle city, Adelaide has over the years transformed itself into a booming Australian city with a diverse population and cultural identity. Covered with almost 930 hectares of vast parklands, Adelaide is really close to nature as well! Adelaide, with its many open spaces, tourist attractions and celebrations of art and music, will surprise you for sure, and you’ll never fall short of things to do in Adelaide! There is something here for every visitor, and the list of places to visit in Adelaide is diverse for sure, including shopping venues, cafes and breweries, parks and gardens, vineyards and chill beaches!

Adelaide is popular for its many festivals, museums and art galleries. Equally popular are the many delicious treats that can be found around every corner at Adelaide! Galleries, gardens, museums and gourmet restaurants are some of the most sought-after Adelaide tourist attractions, and there’s an active scene of music here as well, with its opera, symphony and a live music events. There’s always a fresh answer to the question of what’s on in Adelaide!

Places of Interest
  • Adelaide Central Market
  • Adelaide Oval
  • Eateries and Bars at laneways and side streets
  • North Terrace
  • Shopping centres at Rundle Street
  • Mount Lofty
  • Cleland Conservation Park
  • Adelaide Zoo
  • Glenelg Beach
A strategic transport hub for East-West And North-South routes, Adelaide is a central Australian transport hub. While Adelaide Airport serves more than 8 million passengers annually, Adelaide Metro along with its contracted bus systems makes sure visitors can get from place to place within the city while avoiding traffic congestions on road. 

The city with its Mediterranean climate, experiences mild winters and warm summers. Parklands surround the city and along with Adelaide’s rustic landscapes they instil a sense of familiar warmth. With refreshing boulevards, creeks and rivers, nature is really never far away from the city of Adelaide! Close to the city is the Adelaide Hills as well, which is one of Australia’s top cool-climate wine regions. 

Population-wise, Adelaide is Australia’s fifth largest city with a population of little over 1.33 million people. Most of its inhabitants are highly educated (one in six people has a university qualification) and culturally diverse with almost 30% of overseas-born inhabitants among all of Adelaideans.

Adelaide Cruise Experiences

Sightseeing Cruises

2 Cruises

From $78

Featured Cruises

2 Cruises

Temptation Swim with Wild Dolphins

Enjoy a special experience of swimming with the wild dolphins in their natural habitat with an Advanced Ecotourism certified cruise operator.

Duration 4hr

From $139

Temptation Dolphin Watch Cruise

Wonderful opportunity to see the magnificent dolphins of Adelaide aboard a colossal sailing catamaran with a professional and enthusiastic crew.

Duration 4hr

From $78