Things to See & Do

While in Adelaide for the 2024 CICA National Conference take some time to experience all that South Australia has to offer.  From world famous gourmet food and wine destinations; the accessible outback of the Flinders Ranges; to the unparalleled beauty of South Australian beaches, there is something for everyone.

Exploring Adelaide

CICA has partnered with Adelaide Sightseeing to offer a 10% discount off the normal retail price on some of its most popular tours

So why not come early or stay longer … bring your friends and family and spend some time exploring.  Follow this link to see what’s on offer.

 Adelaide Sightseeing Experiences

Adelaide Sightseeing - conference touring partner

Unexpectedly Adelaide

While in Adelaide take the time to unearth some of these more surprising experiences.

  • Immerse yourself in Australia's largest tasting room at the National Wine Centre with an interactive self-guided Wine Discovery Journey.

  • If you prefer hops to grapes, check out Adelaide’s microbrewery culture.

  • Visit the Botanical Garden's most impressive trio:

    1. The southern hemisphere’s largest single span glasshouse – the Bicentennial Conservatory

    2. The Madagascar collection of plants at the Palms House

    3. The Amazon Waterlily Pavilion

  • A roof top climb of the iconic Adelaide Oval.

  • Experience wildlife, waterfalls, bush walks and rock climbing just 15 km from the CBD at the beautiful Morialta Conservation Park.


And more ...

  • One for the chocoholics – free tours of Haigh’s famous chocolate factory.

  • Visit the South Australian Museum to view the world's largest collection of Australian Aboriginal cultural material.

  • Explore the River Torrens by kayak or for something more restful take a high tea or gin cruise.

  • Learn about the colourful characters of the past at the Adelaide Goal … be prepared to be spooked.

  • Wander the CBD laneways, soak up the atmosphere and drop into some of the small bars and eateries.

For more ideas visit South Australia. Travel. Our Way


Something Further Afield

South Australia has an abundance of renowned wine regions, many an easy drive from Adelaide. There is something for everyone - fine dining, paddock to plate experiences, wine tasting and charming villages. Here are some of South Australia's most well known wine regions.

  1. Barossa

  2. McLaren Vale

  3. Clare Valley

  4. Coonawarra

  5. Adelaide Hills

  6. Riverland

  7. Langhorne Creek

  8. Eden Valley

For further information follow this link - South Australia's Top Wine Regions

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