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Adelaide Oval Stadium Guided Tour

1. Adelaide Oval Stadium Guided Tour

Enjoy a 90-minute fully-guided tour of the iconic Adelaide Oval to take a behind-the-scenes look at this famous sporting venue. Your knowledgeable guide will share with you hidden secrets and you can relive celebrated moments in sporting, musical and civic history. Visit a number of areas that are usually inaccessible, including the Bradman Collection, learning all about the heritage and significance of Adelaide Oval. Hear stories of legends and characters who have contributed to the story of the Oval, making this a fascinating cultural tourism experience.

Kangaroo Island: All Terrain Quad Adventure

2. Kangaroo Island: All Terrain Quad Adventure

Get more action on this 2-hour quad bike adventure, designed to give you more time on the quad, and experience a wide variety of terrains, including sand and gravel tracks, open grassland, and winding bush trails. All tours begin with a kit and instruction session, followed by practice on the safe operation of the quad bikes. You will then experience the thrill of riding the latest quads from Yamaha, Suzuki, or Honda. Building up to more technical and challenging tracks, your tour will be customised to your ability. Guides will point out and provide information about the local flora and fauna, and you will often spot some of Australia’s enchanting wildlife. Combine this with spectacular views over Vivonne Bay, and you have an all-terrain quad adventure to remember!

Barossa Valley: Jacob's Creek Perfect Picnic

3. Barossa Valley: Jacob's Creek Perfect Picnic

Have the perfect picnic at the Jacob's Creek Vineyard in the Barossa Valley. Prior to your picnic, enjoy a complimentary wine tasting experience. Receive a varied selection of food all sourced from local producers, a bottle of Jacob’s Creek wine, recyclable cutlery and plates, and a picnic blanket to keep. Take your pick of the best picnic spots around the lush lawns of Jacob's Creek. Sit and admire the beautiful rolling hills as you enjoy your picnic.

Adelaide: McLaren Vale & The Cube Day Trip

4. Adelaide: McLaren Vale & The Cube Day Trip

Leaving Adelaide, head out through the southern suburbs and along the metropolitan coastline. Enjoy coastal views as you head to McLaren Vale Information Centre for morning tea. There is an opportunity to sample wines from some of the regions smaller wineries that do not have cellar doors at an additional cost. Then it’s on to one of the highlights of your day, the d’Arenberg Cube. Nestled amongst the vineyards, this 5 level “Rubiks cube” has been carefully designed to entice and excite the senses. From the Alternate Realities Museum to the many art installations on display there is so much to see and experience whilst you are there. Enjoy a formal wine tasting on Level 4, before heading down to Polly’s Restaurant for your 2-course lunch. Next visit Beresford Wines, where you can choose from one of 3 tastings in their brand new Tasting Pavilion. The Premium Wine Tasting introduces you to a selection of their wines from the Estate and Limited Release range. The Vale Brewing Tasting offers up to five craft beers from the seasonable Vale range. And the third option is the 23rd Street Distillery tastings, where you can choose from 5 craft spirits or 3 craft gins. The final cellar door is Wirra Wirra Vineyards, located amongst the gum trees in the historic ironstone cellars. Enjoy a short tour of the cellars and a structured tasting of their range of quality wines. Look out for the ‘catapult’ and the ¾ tonne Angelus Bell in the picturesque grounds surrounding the cellar door. Finish the day with some spare time in the main street of McLaren Vale. You may like to pop into the Menz Chocolate Store for some sweet treats, wander up the road to Blessed Cheese, or explore the Fleurieu Arthouse housed on the historic Hardys Tintara site. Then settle back on the coach for your return trip to Adelaide.

Adelaide: Central Market Morning Tour

5. Adelaide: Central Market Morning Tour

This tour will take you on a sensory interactive gourmet experience, giving you an opportunity to try a range of delicious samples that represent the premium food grown and produced in South Australia. Meet some locals, enjoy their hospitality and discover the true South Australia. On this tour, interact with stall holders and get to hear about the food supply chain and where their food comes from. As your tour guides take visitors around the market, they will begin to learn the migration history of South Australia and the important influence these migration patterns have had on food markets, produce and restaurants.

d'Arenberg: The Blending Bench Experience

6. d'Arenberg: The Blending Bench Experience

The Blending Bench is a hands-on, interactive experience where you play winemaker. A palette of wine parcels, each with distinctive flavors and textures, are melded in search of balance, fullness and finesse. The tour operators have done the physical work – picking, crushing, fermenting, foot treading, basket pressing and barrel ageing, so that you get to create a wine that is truly unique. You then bottle, name and label a 750ml sample to take home and show off to your friends! Afterwards explore the grounds of the renowned D'Arenberg Winery, taking in the rolling hills of McLaren Vale.

Adelaide: Central Market Early Risers Breakfast Tour

7. Adelaide: Central Market Early Risers Breakfast Tour

Start your day with a freshly roasted espresso, a hot breakfast and a fully guided small group tour of Adelaide Central Market. Enjoy the best market espresso and healthy brewed tea or a thick and rich hot chocolate. Watch the market open up while you savor a healthy breakfast before being guided around the markets by a passionate and knowledgeable guide. During your tour of the markets, taste a delicious selection of foods from South Australian artisan food producers, meet the suppliers, stallholders and producers whose families have traded in the market for generations. This small group tour is hosted by local guides and is serious fun for those with a passion for great food and the people who grow and supply it to the tables. Food lovers will delight in exploring the Adelaide Central Markets, a culinary icon established in 1869. Tours are designed by one of South Australia's noted food experts, Mark Gleeson. With over 30 years experience in the food tourism and hospitality industries, Gleeson’s knowledge of South Australia’s finest produce market is second to none.

Barossa Valley: Craft Gin Making Experience with Lunch

8. Barossa Valley: Craft Gin Making Experience with Lunch

Take part in a craft gin making experience at the exclusive Barossa Gin School. Each of the work stations has a hand-made Italian copper still, ready to be the foundation upon which you will create your recipe. Working with a clean base spirit, allow yourself to be guided through the process of making a craft gin from scratch.  You'll be utilizing some of the most popular botanicals used in gin making today, as well as some not-so-well-known treasures. You’ll learn about the techniques employed to craft gin.  There will be plenty of different botanicals to play with and select from, so there’s ample room to get creative. By the time you’re finished selecting, measuring and recording your recipe, with guidance from the team if required, you’ll be ready to lift the lid on the still. You’ll sit down to a 3-course meal at The Eatery while the stills heat through and work their magic, mixing together all the flavours you’ve chosen. Once the stills release their freshly-crafted gin you can put the finishing touches to your labels. Once bottled, the only thing left to do to your creations is affix the label and add a wax seal if desired. At the end of the activity you’ll take home your very own personal gin, handcrafted and hand-bottled by you.

Barossa Valley: Pheasant Farm Wine Tasting Experience

9. Barossa Valley: Pheasant Farm Wine Tasting Experience

Savor the flavors of the Pheasant Farm Wines range with this wine tasting experience. Sip on a variety of Barossa wines, as your guide explains the stories of each variety. Maggie and Colin Beer have been grape growers for over 40 years. Enjoy learning the stories behind the production of their famous wines. Feel the flavors of classic wines like the Shiraz and the Cabernet. Following the conclusion of the 30-minute tasting, spend some time exploring the famous Farm Shop.

Adelaide Central Market Small Group Tour with Lunch

10. Adelaide Central Market Small Group Tour with Lunch

Explore the food scene of Adelaide on a small group tour of Adelaide Central Market, and meet the producers who supply the market with fresh produce 5 days a week. Avail of an itinerary created by the food expert, Mark Gleeson, who has over 30 years experience in the food tourism and hospitality industries. Benefit from the local knowledgeable of an expert guide who will show you around the different stalls and introduce you to food you might otherwise not get the chance to taste. Meet the people who grow and supply food to the market for discerning households and restaurants, and sample a selection of produce from artisan producers across south Australia. Meet suppliers and stallholders whose families have traded in the market for generations. Then, make your way to the Market Café and watch the world go by as you enjoy a delicious lunch.

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4.9 / 5

based on 195 reviews

This tour was a great 'taster' (pardon the pun) for all the market has to offer. Saturday morning is a peak time so full of hussle and bustle but I really enjoyed that. Our guide had cool stories and arranged lots of tastings which was great. Highlight was hearing about Lucia's market stall/cafe deli and the history and the sample pasta sauce to take home. We went back to Lucia's for fresh pasta and cheese and had pasta alla Lucia for dinner which was great. Highly recommend.

Excellent tour. The architecture of the Oval is brilliant. I like how they have preserved the heritage by merging thr new with the old. Really enjoyed it, good history with a bit of art and architecture. The Adelaide Oval has a good story

This tour of Adelaide oval was fantastic value for money

A great way to see the markets!! Excellent guide ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

It was fabulous. Great tour guide and so much to see.