If you’re planning a pre or post event holiday, late spring in Adelaide – known as the city of churches - offers a superb climate and an exciting time to explore the city and surrounds.
In the heart of the city take a tour of the Bradman Collection at The Adelaide Oval. For Foodies, a visit to the thriving hub at the Adelaide Market is a must.
If you’re wanting the beach post conference, Adelaide’s favourite city beach, Glenelg is just 20 minutes by tram. Walk along the foreshore and grab a bite to eat at one of the many restaurants along Jetty Road. Or head to Henley Beach, surrounded by high end seafood restaurants, Henley is a must visit if you’re after a swim or dinner or both.
Adelaide the wine capital of Australia, with renowned wine regions such as McLaren Vale and Adelaide Hills a stone’s throw from the city. Settle in for a long lunch with first-class cuisine at many of the wineries.
Further afield and a three hour journey is the majestic Kangaroo Island. For unique and accessible wildlife the beautifully preserved Kangaroo Island plays host to Kangaroos, Koalas, Sea Lions, penguins, platypuses and all manner of fauna.