Every trip to a new city can feel intimidating. There are so many things to do and see, finding the right things can be hard. Discover some top Adelaide attractions with RedBalloon to make your trip to this iconic city easier to organise and more exciting to experience!

The Barossa Valley

Some of the best wine in the country, if not the world, comes from the Barossa Valley in South Australia. The Barossa is known for Shiraz wines, but that’s not the only grape in the valley if you’re worried—there are plenty of other reds, whites, and rosé’s as well.

Book a private tour and be driven around the valley as you try wines from a range of wineries, or travel the valley on your own, seeking out wineries that appeal to your preferences. Each winery in the Barossa Valley has its unique style and flavour profile so wine experts might be better off hand-picking which wineries to visit, while novice wine drinkers might have a better time sampling a little bit from everywhere.

The Adelaide Zoo

The Adelaide Zoo is open every day of the year, even public holidays, so no matter when you’re visiting Adelaide, the zoo will be open for business. Each day there are several shows to admire including the Giant Pandas, the Sumatran Tigers, and the penguins. Check before you head in and plan your day around which events you want to make it to. Or go spontaneous and take it as you go, wandering around the zoo on your schedule. Up close and personal animal experiences are available to purchase for those interested. The experiences include encounters with koalas, pandas, meerkats, tigers, and more.

The historic sights

Adelaide is full of historic buildings. It’s known as the City of Churches because there are so many historic churches throughout the city and the outer suburbs. Walkthrough the city and take in the impressive structures to get a sense of the history of South Australia and Australia as a whole.

There are other historic buildings in Adelaide too. The Adelaide Gaol is particularly popular, and you can go on a self-guided tour of the old building—open from 1841 to 1988. You can try on the handcuffs and irons that were used at the time to see if you could escape the gaol. A little spooky, but a perfect snapshot into the history of Adelaide.

There are plenty of must-see attractions in Adelaide, these ideas can be just the beginning of your exciting Adelaide holiday!

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