Victoria Square: Victoria Square Adelaide Located smack-bang in the centre of Adelaide, Victoria Square serves as Adelaide's heart and its the site of many special events held in the city throughout the year.
Gouger Street: The area is particularly popular for its Asian cuisines - specifically, its range of high-end Chinese restaurants (a result of playing host to Adelaide's Chinatown) - however, there are dining options from the majority of major fares across the globe such as Italian, French, Indian and many more.
Swim with Dolphins with Temptation Sailing: The area distinguishes itself in large part due to its resident pods of dolphins and colony of sea lions. The dolphins in particular are a highlight as these playful, inquisitive creatures will often approach boats.
Adelaide Zoo: It is home to around 300 species of animal and is working hard to protect endangered species. The animals have specially designed enclosures specific to their needs.
The Barossa: The Barossa is located north of Adelaide and is home to world-famous vineyards. A great day out is to visit some of the many vineyards and indulge in some wine tasting. The drive to the Barossa is always a pleasure and you will find some gorgeous scenery once you get there.
Gorge Wildlife Park: Gorge Wildlife Park is located at Cudlee Creek in the Adelaide Hills. Located on 14 acres of land, you have access to Australia's most famous creatures, including: koalas, kangaroos, dingoes, wombats and wallabies.