Tours

City & Hills Tours

City & Hills

Adelaide is a picturesque and cosmopolitan city with lively wine, food, sports and arts cultures, and many festivals and events. Adelaide is the gateway to many of Australia’s most popular tourist attractions including the Flinders Ranges and Outback, Barossa Valley, River Murray and Kangaroo Island. Adelaide rests between white sandy beaches and the lush Adelaide Hills.

Only a short scenic drive from the CBD, the Adelaide Hills in the Mount Lofty Ranges are made up of many pretty villages and bustling towns. Escape to the hills to explore award-winning cool climate wineries, restaurants, arts and craft, European heritage and some stunning walking trails.

Food & Wine Tours

Wine & Food

South Australians love their food and wine and so will you! Our restaurants are superb, we have a huge list of gourmet food, wine, markets and events and some of the best chefs in the world. Whether you visit a local produce market or 5 star restaurant you are guaranteed to experience the freshest in local South Australian produce.

With names like Penfolds, Yalumba and Jacob’s Creek, it’s easy to see why Adelaide is the wine capital of Australia.  Adelaide is the gateway to over 200 cellar doors in 16 regions from McLaren Vale, the Barossa, Clare Valley and the Coonawarra.
 

River Tours

Murray River

The Murray River is an ancient river system and national icon that winds its way through 600 kilometres of South Australia to the Coorong, one of Australia’s most stunning and important wetlands. The region also boasts some of the country’s most beautiful national parks, full of Aboriginal heritage, wildlife and wonderment. 

Relax aboard a river cruise and drift along this majestic waterway to experience a myriad of unique flora and fauna, old riverside ports and towns, and the South Australian river culture. 

Wildlife Tours

Wildlife

South Australia is world renowned for its wildlife in places such as Kangaroo Island, the Flinders Ranges and in the deserts and outback areas. With over 4,000 kilometres of coastline, South Australia also has excellent cliffs to view southern right whales on their migratory path to warmer waters. 

Kangaroo Island is a must see for visitors to Adelaide and is rightly famous for its prolific wildlife including the Australian Sea-lion, Little Penguin, koala, echidna and platypus.