Visit Adelaide

The committee and Conference Managers continue to closely monitor the situation and circumstances relating to COVID-19.

We encourage delegates refer to the following web page for the latest information about travelling to South Australia and COVID-19 related restrictions.

www.covid-19.sa.gov.au

Welcome to Adelaide

Adelaide is a city shaped by stories.

A rich collection of stories, infinite in number. The first of these stories were created by the Kaurna people – the traditional owners of the land on which Adelaide sits.

These stories are now interwoven with the stories of all the people who choose to live, work, study or spend time in the city. Old or new, each story is unique because the reasons that hold or draw someone to Adelaide are different for every person.

Getting to the destination

Flights to Adelaide

Adelaide is SA’s major aviation gateway and the first point of contact for many visitors to the State.

Seventeen international airlines and twelve domestic and regional airlines operate from Adelaide Airport, connecting travellers to more than 60 destinations around Australia and overseas.

Car Hire

There are many convenient options to get you where you need to go – drive yourself and park, hop on a bus or catch a taxi. These Include:

Eat & Drink in Adelaide

When it comes to food and drink, South Australia truly is the land of legends. From culture-rich Adelaide to the lush Adelaide Hills; the bountiful Barossa to the Eyre Peninsula; our state has been named a Great Wine Capital of the World and is home to an all-star cast of world-famous chefs, winemakers and producers. Adelaide is a culinary playground with a smorgasbord of cuisines on offer. Steeped in history and drenched in class, wash it all down at booming city bars, regional distilleries, cellar doors and wineries.

For recommendations and to view restaurant options, please click here. 

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Things to do in Adelaide

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