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  • 1. Adelaide Botanic Garden

    City Center

    These magnificent formal gardens include an international rose garden, giant water lilies, an avenue of Moreton Bay fig trees, acres of green lawns, and duck...Read More

  • 2. Coopers Brewery

    Founded by Thomas Cooper in 1862, this is Australia's only large-scale, independent, family-owned brewery. The Coopers beer story began when Thomas tried to create a...Read More

  • 3. Glenelg Beach


    Located just 11 km (7 miles) from the Adelaide city center, palindromic Glenelg is a busy seaside suburb known for its sandy beach, historic jetty,...Read More

  • 4. Penfolds Magill Estate

    Founded in 1844 by immigrant English doctor Christopher Rawson Penfold, this is the birthplace of Australia's most famous wine, Penfolds Grange, and one of Australia's...Read More

  • 5. Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute

    City Center

    A must-see, Tandanya is the first major Aboriginal cultural facility of its kind in Australia. You'll find worthwhile changing exhibitions of works by contemporary, notable...Read More

  • 6. Adelaide Town Hall

    City Center

    An imposing building constructed in 1863 in Renaissance style, the Town Hall was modeled after buildings in Genoa and Florence. Tours visit the Colonel Light...Read More

  • 7. Adelaide Zoo

    City Center

    Australia's second-oldest zoo still retains much of its original architecture. Enter through the 1883 cast-iron gates to see such animals as the giant pandas, Sumatran...Read More

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  • 8. Art Gallery of South Australia

    City Center

    Many famous Australian painters, including Charles Conder, Margaret Preston, Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri, Russell Drysdale, and Sidney Nolan, are represented in here. Extensive Renaissance and British...Read More

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  • 9. Ayers House

    City Center

    Between 1855 and 1897 this sprawling colonial structure was the home of Sir Henry Ayers, South Australia's premier and the man for whom Uluru was...Read More

  • 10. Henley Beach

    The beach in this quiet coastal suburb offers white sand, gently lapping waves, summer entertainment, and a square known for popular dining spots. You'll find...Read More

  • 11. Migration Museum

    City Center

    Chronicled in this converted 19th-century Destitute Asylum, which later in the 19th century served as a school where Aboriginal children were forced to train as...Read More

  • 12. National Railway Museum

    Steam-train buffs will love this collection of locomotives and rolling stock in the former Port Adelaide railway yard. The largest of its kind in Australia,...Read More

  • 13. National Wine Centre of Australia

    City Center

    Timber, steel, and glass evoke the ribs of a huge wine barrel, and a soaring, open-plan concourse make this a spectacular showcase for Australian wines...Read More

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  • 14. Parliament House

    City Center

    Ten Corinthian columns are the most striking features of this classical parliament building. It was completed in two stages 50 years apart: the west wing...Read More

  • 15. SKYCITY Adelaide Casino

    City Center

    Housed in one half of Adelaide's grand neoclassical railway station, SkyCity is the place to go for every type of gaming, from chiming poker machines...Read More

  • 16. South Australian Maritime Museum

    Inside a restored stone warehouse, this museum in Port Adelaide, a 20-minute drive from central Adelaide, brings maritime history vividly to life with ships' figureheads,...Read More

  • 17. South Australian Museum

    City Center

    This museum's Aboriginal Cultures Gallery houses the largest collection of Indigenous Australian cultural material in the world. Old black-and-white films show traditional dancing, and touch...Read More

  • 18. St. Francis Xavier's Cathedral

    City Center

    This church faced a bitter battle over construction after the 1848 decision to build a Catholic cathedral. It's now a prominent, decorative church with a...Read More

  • 19. St. Peter's Cathedral

    North Adelaide

    The spires and towers of this cathedral dramatically contrast with the nearby city skyline. St. Peter's is the epitome of Anglican architecture in Australia, and...Read More

  • 20. Victoria Square/Tarntanyangga

    City Center

    Known as the "place of the red kangaroo dreaming" to Kaurna traditional owners and designated by William Light as the geographical center of Adelaide, this...Read More

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