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Hannah Fitzroy Intern


30 Nov, 2023, 1:36 pm

Adelaide is known for many things. It’s regarded as the “city of music” with many live music venues. It also hosts various festivals, such as the month-long Fringe Festival. There’s something for everyone in Adelaide. You can visit the Adelaide Oval or Adelaide Zoo. Explore the Torrens River on a pedal-powered boat, kayak through the Dolphin Sanctuary, and even take a trip to Kangaroo Island. Our Team Trips packages have something for everyone. You can choose any activity or build your own package – the options are endless. To ensure you experience everything great about Adelaide, we have compiled a list of the top five things you should do on your group getaway.


Take a tour of Adelaide Oval

Sports enthusiasts will love an in-depth tour of the iconic Adelaide Oval – one of Australia’s most recognisable and prestigious venues and hosts cricket, football, concerts, functions and major events at the highest level. A guided tour will give your group a behind-the-scenes look at the famous sporting venue. For 90 minutes, you’ll also learn about the old scoreboard, the 100-year-old Moreton Bay fig trees, and the famous music groups and sports teams who have performed at the venue. Cricket fans can delve into cricket memorabilia at the Bradman Museum. This famous sporting ground attracts thousands of visitors from within South Australia, interstate and overseas each year, so it’s one attraction that can’t be missed.


Visit Adelaide Zoo

Adelaide Zoo is one of Adelaide’s most iconic attractions, with people flocking each year to see an extensive array of animals exhibited over eight hectares of magnificent botanic surroundings. You’ll find over 3,000 animals and 250 species of exotic and native mammals, birds, reptiles, and fish. Situated next to the Botanic Gardens, Adelaide Zoo is open every day of the year, and this fantastic wildlife experience is only a 15-minute walk from the city.


Explore the Torrens River on a Pedal-Powered Boat

If you want to explore the Torrens River, which runs westward from the Adelaide Hills, through the centre of Adelaide to the Gulf St Vincent, why not do it on a pedal-powered boat? It’s a fun-filled adventure that allows you to take in the local scenery while getting active in the outdoors. The paddleboats can seat up to two people with life jackets provided.


Enjoy a Kangaroo Island Day Tour

While you’re in Adelaide, take the opportunity to visit Kangaroo Island. This day trip will see you visit the Seal Bay Conservation Park and Flinders Chase National Park, where you will get the chance to spot seals, koalas, kangaroos, and more with a guide to lead the way and take care of the navigating so you don’t get lost. There are lots of fab photo opportunities for your group with a stop at Remarkable Rocks. And there’s no need to bring food – a tasty two-course lunch is included.


Kayak through the Dolphin Sanctuary

This three-hour tour is a great outdoor activity that lets you see one of the top attractions – Adelaide Dolphin Sanctuary! You’ll paddle through ancient mangrove forests and keep a lookout for the dolphins that pass through. You’ll have an expert guide joining you to explain more about the animals. If you’ve never tried kayaking before, don’t worry – no experience is necessary – all you need to do is have fun on this group adventure.


There are so many other things to see when you’re in Adelaide on your group getaway. Make sure you make a trip to the Adelaide Central Market, the largest undercover fresh produce market in the southern hemisphere, which attracts over 9 million visitors every year. Take a ride on the Glenelg Tram and explore Adelaide Botanic Gardens, where you can explore the 50 hectares of magnificently maintained gardens and stunning architecture.

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