Adelaide is a cultural delight with something for everyone. Our local cafés, warm climate and relaxed atmosphere offer plenty of opportunity to soak up the sun whilst sipping on world famous South Australian wines. Regarded as the food and wine capital of Australia, Adelaide has some of the nation’s best restaurants, serving fresh local produce together with award-winning wines from nearby wineries.

Surrounded by Park Lands, there are great treasures to be found throughout the City with a blend of old and new bringing the City to life. With a vibrant calendar of City activities from arts and culture to major sporting events, Adelaide has something for everyone to enjoy.
There’s the arts district in the City’s west end and the cultural boulevard along North Terrace. Great shopping opportunities along Rundle Mall and into the East End. Dine at any of the City’s eat streets – Rundle, Gouger, Hutt and O’Connell Streets. A full range of accommodation options are available to suit all tastes and budgets and all conveniently located in the City.

The City offers a range of different options for visitors to enjoy, all within easy walking access, including three of the City’s key attractions of interest to the MICE industry – Adelaide Central Market, Rundle Mall and North Adelaide Golf Course.

In existence for over 140 years, the Adelaide Central Market is a community of traders, artisans and shoppers who share a passion for food. With over 80 stalls, it remains the food mecca for multicultural cuisine and fresh produce and is South Australia’s most visited tourist attraction.

Rundle Mall is South Australia’s largest shopping precinct located in the heart of the City of Adelaide. With over 700 retail stores in one central destination, including 15 Arcades and Centres, you’ll find it all in Rundle Mall.

Set in the City’s picturesque parklands and only a few minutes’ walk from the City centre, the North Adelaide Golf Course comprises of three 18-hole public courses and a twilight practice fairway and driving range.