Adelaide and South Australia offers a wide range of experiences, including the famous wine regions of Barossa Valley, Clare Valley, McLaren Vale and Adelaide Hills. Don’t forget the white sandy beaches, untouched paradise of Kangaroo Island, the rugged outback of the Flinders Ranges and beyond, as well as the opportunity to experience Australia’s unique wildlife. For those delegates and partners wishing to explore Adelaide and surrounds pre or post conference visit the following websites for further information
Adelaide Botanic Garden
Spanning 50 hectares, the historic garden (opened in 1857) features some of Australia's finest plant collections.
An indulgent break in the backdrop of Australian wine country can help you recharge, and reconnect.
Adelaide Oval Roofclimb
Take-on the Commonwealth Bank RoofClimb Adelaide Oval and discover where they keep the best seats in the house.
Flinders Range and Outback
Driving through the Flinders Ranges is about the closest any human can come to navigating the face of Mars. Embark on an unforgettable journey through jaw-dropping landscapes to historic, outback towns, sprawling national parks and fascinating Aboriginal cultural sites
Less than two hours’ drive from Adelaide, Lake Bumbunga’s magenta veins draw an eclectic crowd. Feast your eyes on bubble gum shores, then sip your way through the heart of Australian Riesling in Clare Valley
Adelaide City Highlights
Enoy the major sights of Adelaide CBD – St. Peter Cathedral, the SA Museum, The Art Gallery, Torrens River, Central Market, East End, Botanic Gardens, The Parklands, Victoria Square, Rundle Mall, shopping and more.
Swim with Dolphins at Glenelg
Glenelg’s Temptation Sailing offers private cruises and dolphin swimming expeditions along South Australia's stunning coastline, just a 30-minute tram ride away from the city
McLaren Vale wine region
Visit exclusive wineries for premium wine tastings and D’Arenburg Winery & Cube, established in 1912 and now has the latest tourist attraction of an Alternate Realities Museum
Visit Mt Lofty for a sensational view (weather permitting). Get excited at Monarto Zoo Australia’s largest open range Zoo
Sip world-famous wine overlooking rolling hills and lush valleys through the Adelaide Hills
Glenelg is home to Australia’s only official bar on the beach, Moseley Beach Club; the perfect spot to sip cocktails on a balmy evening surrounded by white sand and lapping waves
helping out the island
Kangaroo Island is unlike any other place in all of Australia. It is the best place to have a truly remarkable and authentic Australian experience. What, with incredible coastlines, natural beauties and wildlife like anything you will ever see. The Island has a thriving food and wine scene, with cozy accommodation spaces and a laidback
aura about it, chances are you won’t want to leave!
As Kangaroo Island has been affected by the bushfires, there is no better time to visit the Island than now!
For those delegates and partners wishing to explore Adelaide and surrounds pre or post conference visit the following websites for further information: