Adelaide is bursting with culture, flavours, events and entertainment. Taste your way through world-famous wine regions only minutes away from the city, soak up the sun at one of our picture-perfect metropolitan beaches, join the party at our immersive festivals and events, or spend the night exploring our thriving restaurant and bar scene. Visit SouthAustralia.com to explore our regions and see.
Looking for somewhere to stay? Choose from hotels, serviced apartments, motels, hostels, caravan parks and bed and breakfasts. You’ll find plenty of accommodation in Adelaide in the city centre, and many hotels, motels and bed and breakfasts in nearby North Adelaide.
Along the coast and throughout South Australia you will find a range of accommodation to suit single travellers, couples or families.
Our city streets are overflowing with boutique bars and world-class restaurants. Some of the best places to grab a bite can be found on Gouger Street, Rundle Street and King William Road. Leigh Street, Peel Street and Ebenezer Place are small bar hotspots, with some of our coolest places tucked away in basements, behind secret doors and down unmarked alleyways.
Adelaide has been recognised as one of the Great Wine Capitals of the World – a network of nine major global cities that share a common feature: their internationally renowned wine regions. With 200 stunning cellar doors only a short drive from the CBD and 18 world-renowned wine regions nearby, it’s no surprise why.
The Art Gallery of South Australian has over 38,000 pieces in its collection. Fossick through the rare fossils at the South Australian Museum and marvel at the six-metre long snake and giant leaf-eating kangaroo. Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute is a brilliant Aboriginal art space and is Australia’s oldest Aboriginal-owned and managed multi-arts centre. In the city’s West End, the Jam Factory Contemporary Craft and Design studio is a real centre of excellence for the arts.
South Australia is Australia’s best festival state, an accolade we have won two years in a row.
October is a month of creativity, design, innovation, technology and culture. While you’re in Adelaide, check out OzAsia Festival, Open State, Coonawarra Cabernet Celebrations, Adelaide Film Festival, Bridgestone World Solar Challenge, Constellation Cup Netball, and Adelaide Fashion Festival, which are all taking place in early October. Visit What’s On for booking and more information.
Getting To Hybrid World Adelaide: Tonsley Innovation District
Tonsley Innovation District is a 20-minute train journey from Adelaide Railway Station on the Tonsley line. Timetables, maps and up-to-the-minute information can be found on the Adelaide Metro website
Tonsley InnovationDistrict can be reached from Stop 24A on South Road. Buses travelling to this stop are T721, T722, and 719. We recommend you visit the Adelaide Metro website to plan your trip.
There is plenty of free parking available at the Tonsley Innovation District. The venue can be reached either from South Road or from Alawoona Ave off Marion Road.