WHERE TO STAY
There are many accommodation options in Adelaide to suit all budgets and families. Click here to find out more information.
The Adelaide to Glenelg Tram travels all the way down King William Street and turns left onto North Terrace, stopping right out front of the Adelaide Convention Centre. The solid green line below illustrates the route of the tram.
There is also a FREE circle line bus, (represented by the blue dotted line below) that travels around Adelaide, however pickup and set down times can be irregular.
THINGS TO DO IN ADELAIDE
Footloose and fancy free!
Seeing the city sights by foot is always a holiday highlight. The flat streets and grid-like layout of Adelaide make it an easy-to-walk city.
Besides walking, there are other ways to get around the city centre that won’t cost any money – free bike hire and free tram and bus services. Visit the Adelaide Metro website for more information about free Adelaide transport services.
The following brochures and maps can all be downloaded to help you make the best out of your time in Adelaide and its surrounds.
Australia’s best market – ADELAIDE CENTRAL MARKET
44/60 Gouger St, Adelaide SA 5000
The Adelaide Central Market is Adelaide’s most visited tourist attraction. It has more than 80 stalls, cafés and restaurants. It is unchallenged as Australia’s best market.
You won’t find this variety of food under one roof anywhere else. Many of the market businesses are family owned and customers really do come first. Forget breakfast and feast on the free samples as you browse for a bargain – although with great cafés surrounding the market, (delete ‘so’) you might want breakfast after all.
|Tuesday||7.00am – 5.30pm|
|Wednesday^||9.00am – 5.30pm|
|Thursday||9.00m – 5.30pm|
|Friday||7.00am – 9.00pm|
|Saturday||7.00am – 3.00pm|