Established in 1881 this impressive art museum houses a collection of 38,000 works of art and is host to many visiting exhibits each year. Welcoming close to one million visitors every year the museum is renowned for its indigenous art collection and British colonial art from the time of Australian... more »
The Barossa is one of the world’s great wine producing regions in South Australia and a short drive from its capital city, Adelaide. This area has been heavily influenced by its German heritage and has become famous for its fine wines, cheese and quality foods. Even if you’re not a... more »
Located just north of the Adelaide CBD, the Adelaide Zoo is the country’s second oldest, opening in 1883. Housing close to 2,000 animals and 300 native and exotic species the zoo is unique in that it is also a botanic garden with exquisite landscaping. One particular item of interest in... more »
One of the finest natural history museums in the country, The South Australian Museum encompasses several buildings in the beautiful cultural precinct of the Adelaide Parklands. The many permanent collections on display at this historic museum and research centre offer a rare and fascinating look into Australia’s past and are... more »
Beautiful landscaped gardens beckon in the heart of Adelaide. The Botanic Gardens of Adelaide has graced the city since 1857 and continues to be an oasis filled with both natural wonders and heritage listed structures which give the gardens its historically Victorian atmosphere.
Just some of the gardens include a national... more »