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Adelaide Oval Stadium Tour
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Adelaide Oval Stadium Tour

Round trip of the Oval

It's not just cricket fans who will love this tour of one of the famous venues for Ashes matches. Experience the thunderous roar of the crowd as you take to the ground through the interactive player's entrance then see where some of the world's greatest bands have entertained sold-out crowds before stepping inside living history as you explore the inner workings of the iconic scoreboard.

This fun tour lasts for around 90 minutes and you do it at a steady walking pace using the stadiums steps, stairs, ramps, escalators and lifts. You should wear a pair of comfortable walking shoes and weather appropriate clothes are strongly recommended as the route you will be taking includes a walk out onto the famous pitch

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Morning Central Market Tour
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Morning Central Market Tour

Magic of the market

You will really get your taste buds tingling when you take this fascinating morning tour of Adelaide's Central Market. This gourmet walking tour was established by local food expert Mark Gleeson and it takes you all around this colourful and bustling market which is located right in the heart of the city's Central Business District.

The Central Market is the epicentre of food, culture and lifestyle for South Australians. It is also the largest fresh produce market in the Southern Hemisphere with more than 80 specialist stalls and is visited by more than a million people every month. On this trip you meet the stallholders, taste many foods and experience the exciting buzz of market life.

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Adelaide Riverbank SegwayTour
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Adelaide Riverbank SegwayTour

Trails of the riverbank

Ever tried travelling along on a Segway . . . well here's your chance to have a go. You are guaranteed to have a fun time when you join the Segway Sensation SA Team and experience all the iconic sights of Adelaide’s Riverbank precinct. No cars to worry about as you glide past the host of attractions in this lovely area of the city.

Before you start your memorable adventure you will learn your Segway skills in the safe grassed area next to the Par 3, North Adelaide Golf Course. Then you head off on a five mile trail that takes in major attractions including the famous Adelaide Oval, Adelaide Convention Centre, the Riverbank bridge, Adelaide Festival Centre and Adelaide Zoo.


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Victor Harbor and McLaren Vale Highlights
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Victor Harbor and McLaren Vale Highlights

Day of discovery

Drive through some of Adelaide's southern metropolitan beaches, including Port Noarlunga and Moana before heading into the wine making region of McLaren Vale, best known for its outstanding Shiraz. Spend time here and discover the best of the town. Wander the main street, sample the fresh produce including the delicious cheeses, taste some fine wines at any of the 60 cellars, or grab a coffee at one of the many cafes.

From McLaren Vale head to Victor Harbor, one of South Australia's most popular seaside villages, where you can take a ride on the Horse Drawn Tram over to Granite Island. It is here where you have the opportunity to see the Little Penguins and might even catch a glimpse of a Southern Right Whale during the winter months. Then try some fish and chips on the foreshore or have a pub style lunch in the main square.

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Grand Barossa with Wineries and Hahndorf
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Grand Barossa with Wineries and Hahndorf

Best of Barossa

This trip to the Grand Barossa Valley and its wineries and Hahndorf is a full day tour. You are picked up and driven along the Torrens River through Torrens Gorge and Williamstown to the Barossa Valley. On arrival visit Wolf Blass and sample the delights of the Barossa Valley with wine tasting followed by a delicious winery lunch at Kaesler's Winery Restaurant.

Then travel through the old mill town of Woodside and the Adelaide Hills which are dotted with quaint villages to Hahndorf, Australia's oldest German settlement. Here you enjoy free time to walk and browse along the main street. Your return to Adelaide is via the delightful village of Bridgewater and you will be dropped off back at your city hotel.

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Overland Train ADL-MEL
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Overland Train ADL-MEL

Line up a trip to Melbourne

If you are staying in Adelaide and fancy spreading your wings with a trip to Melbourne there is no better way to do it than on board this luxurious express train. It's a lot slower than flying, but much quicker than driving, and along the way you can sit back and admire the scenery in style and comfort making it a really great holiday experience at any time of the year.

This historic train pioneered inter-capital rail travel back in 1887. A century on, today’s travelling ‘Overlanders’ will enjoy the 800 mile journey in relaxing comfort, arriving at their destination in the early evening. The Overland runs a daylight service between Adelaide and Melbourne in both directions twice weekly.

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Mclaren Vale 4WD adventure
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Mclaren Vale 4WD adventure

Mclaren Vale 4WD adventure

For the time-limited Adelaide visitor keen to see what's on offer outside the city, there's little better than a half-day trip to the Southern Vales, gateway to South Australia's scenic Fleurieu Peninsula. An easy 40-minute drive south of the CBD takes us to McLaren Vale, world-famous for its rich wine and food culture.

This tour invites the visitor to venture beyond the cellar door mixing with nature on exhilarating off-road bush tracks and sampling wines with the winemaker in the actual vineyard. Experience a sensational beach drive before climbing into the rolling Willunga Hills to take refreshments at a magnificent viewpoint. Here enjoy a luscious local white wine and handmade soft cheese while gazing across the sparkling waters of Gulf St Vincent once explored by Matthew Flinders.

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Craft Beer Discovery
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Craft Beer Discovery

How about a few crafty beers?

If you fancy a brew or two this tour is for you! This is the ultimate craft beer adventure and unlike any other you will experience in South Australia. The tour begins after a 40 minute drive from the city and has been designed to blend the knowledge and close working relationships developed between the local brewers and your guide, Ben Neville.

The tour also skillfully combines an exhilarating off-road adventure with visits to four microbreweries throughout the picturesque McLaren Vale. You will also be taken on an exciting beach drive and enjoy a delicious alfresco lunch out in the atmospheric Australian landscape. Today you will meet the local brewers and learn how great beer is made as well as being able to sample 20 handcrafted ales and lagers

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Kangaroo Island Highlights - Cruise/Fly
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Kangaroo Island Highlights - Cruise/Fly

Hop off to Kangaroo Island

While staying in or visiting Adelaide this full day Kangaroo Island Highlights tour is a must. Journey south through the rolling hills along the Fleurieu Peninsula coastline to Cape Jervis to board the 9.00am Sealink catamaran for the crossing to Kangaroo Island. Once there travel to Seal Bay for a guided walk along the beach among a wild colony of rare and endangered sea lions.

After lunch get your cameras ready for a Birds of Prey demonstration before travelling to Flinders Chase National Park, home to numerous native animals including kangaroos, wallabies and koalas. Visit the southern tip of the island to view the Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch then drive to Kingscote Airport to catch your flight back to Adelaide.

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Best of Barossa - Wineries Tour
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Best of Barossa - Wineries Tour

Take the wine route

A Taste of South Australia vehicle will pick you up from your hotel to begin a full day personally escorted tour to the Barossa Valley. You travel through the scenic Torrens Gorge to the Barossa Valley, and on the way stop at a local bakery to sample fine German pastries. After talking to your guide, the tour is tailor made to meet your needs, and the itinerary can change to accommodate special interests or seasonal highlights.

During the day you will visit a selection of leading wineries for wine tasting and these may include Peter Lehmann, Torbreck, Henschke and Rockfords. Lunch is included and is either at a restaurant or takes the form of a gourmet picnic. You don't have to be a wine buff to get the best out of this tour and later you are dropped off back at your hotel.

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Fleurieu Food, Wine and Wildlife Tour
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Fleurieu Food, Wine and Wildlife Tour

Wine,Whales & Penguins

Leave Adelaide and head south to the picturesque McLaren Vale where there are more than 50 small to medium wineries including Wirra Wirra, d'Arenberg, Coriole and the historic Hardy's. This area is near the coast and has a distinctly Mediterranean feel. After visiting some wineries head south to the coastal town of Goolwa, once a thriving paddle steamer port, for lunch at the Flying Fish Cafe overlooking the sea.

After lunch travel along the beach up to the mouth of the river and stop at some of the scenic lookouts where you have the chance to spot Southern Right Whales that visit the shores with their newborn calves from June onwards. Then call into Victor Harbour and have a ride on Australia's only horse drawn tram which links the mainland to Granite Island with its population of fascinating fairy penguins

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Kangaroo Island Highlights - Fly/Fly
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Kangaroo Island Highlights - Fly/Fly

Short hop by plane

A Kangaroo Island representative will pick you up from your hotel and take you to Adelaide Airport where you will board an early morning flight to Kangaroo Island to begin a full day island highlights tour. First travel to Seal Bay for a guided walk along the beach among a wild colony of rare and endangered sea lions and after lunch get your cameras ready for a Birds of Prey demonstration.

Next stop is Flinders Chase National Park, home to numerous native animals including kangaroos, wallabies and koalas. Visit the southern tip of the island to view the Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch and then you are driven to the airport to catch your early evening flight back to Adelaide where you will be dropped off at your hotel.

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Morning Dolphin Cruise and Swim
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Morning Dolphin Cruise and Swim

Swim with dolphins

You will be picked up from your hotel early in the morning by a Temptation Sailing representative and taken to the Marina Pier at Glenelg, from where your memorable cruise will begin. Board your vessel, a 58 foot aluminium high performance sailing catamaran, and after a safety briefing you sail off to find and swim with the dolphins.

Wet suits are provided and you spend around three and a half hours cruising on the 'Temptation', and along the way you have the opportunity to swim with different pods of dolphins while sailing along Adelaide's coastline. There will be lots of photo opportunities during this memorable day and after the cruise you will be dropped off back at your hotel.

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Riverboats on the Murray
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Riverboats on the Murray

Murray too good to hurry!

There are lots of sights to see and things to do in Adelaide but it's worth leaving the city sometimes and travelling out into the countryside. On this tour you are picked up from your hotel and driven through rolling hills and Mallee outback to the mighty Murray River which brings much needed water to a very thirsty land creating rich green vineyards, golden citrus orchards and prosperous rural communities.

Mannum - the birthplace of the River Murray Paddlesteamers - is the watery Murray River gateway to the harsh empty inland of Australia, which is steeped in history. Here you can hear tales of those bawdy days when the riverboat men toiled up river in the blazing sun.You will learn a lot on this great tour and see many interesting sights.

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