Adelaide Botanic Gardens
The Adelaide Botanic Gardens. Serene and maze-like, the oasis of beautifully landscaped gardens will ground you and help you to appreciate the wonderful city of Adelaide.
There have been countless changes to Adelaide Botanic Garden since it opened to the public in 1857, but one thing that has never changed is the Garden’s commitment to connecting plants, people and culture!View Website
Adelaide Zoo (1km)
Also known as the Australian Panda home, as it’s the only place in Australia that has Giant Panda’s. The best part about this zoo, like much of Adelaide’s attractions, is that it sits just on the outskirts of the city. With African lions, American alligators, Chilean flamingos and some other pretty stunning creatures, the Adelaide Zoo holds a great day of education and entertainment for all ages.View Website
No matter your age, you are going to love Hahndorf, the German town plopped right on Aussie soil. Hahndorf is commonly overlooked in favour of the Barossa Valley, but it has a few things going for it. It’s closer to your accommodation at the Adelaide Caravan Park for one. Hahndorf has its own wineries, strawberry farms and pubs for some great food. And lastly, it’s not far from the city – but it feels like it the middle of Australia. Talk about a getaway.View Website
Adelaide Central Market (5km)
The Adelaide Central Market has been running for at least 140 years. Known to locals as the best location to buy fresh produce, the Adelaide Central Market is open Tuesday to Saturday and offers more than just delicious food. Drop past the Adelaide Central Market for some coffee and baked goods, a book or two and the most amazing flowers you’ve ever laid your eyes on.View Website