Want to get a sense of the city? Discover fun Adelaide attractions, including local landmarks, notable parks and historic sites, curated by the Time Out community.
Visit these Adelaide attractions, whether you’re a tourist in for the weekend or a native looking to explore
The best Adelaide attractions
Plant your wine-tasting flag atop Henschke’s Hill of Grace
It’s old-school Barossa on an intimate scale
Just because something is known by all doesn't always mean it should be overlooked. Adelaide's most famous beach, Glenelg manages to nail being both a...
Penfolds Barossa Valley
For red wine fans, this is the promised land
Known as a zoo without fences, Kangaroo Island is a wildlife and nature reserve that we reckon everyone deserves the chance to see. With thousands of diverse...
Photogenic Seppeltsfield showcases Barossa history and new-century substance
Big producer, big winery, big offerings
Yes, it’s a château – once the second-largest building in South Australia
Tucked away in the rather terrifyingly named Coffin Bay National Park, Almonta is one of those spectacular, life-altering beaches that'll stay with you for a...
St Hugo Wines
Good enough for Daniel Ricciardo? Good enough for us mere mortals, too
Australia's oldest family-owned winery is still going strong
Maggie's Farm Shop
Famous SA identity Maggie Beer has a restaurant, a farm shop and accommodation on her picturesque farm in the Barossa Valley
With a name this fun to say, you know you're in for a good time. Carrickalinga is a lesser-known beachy gem on South Australia's coast that is about one...
Come for the cellar door, stay for the restaurant
Peter Lehmann Wines
Affordable, consistent, big-hearted – Peter Lehmann ticks all the boxes
Fun fact of the day: Maslin Beach – an official nude beach (just one hour from Adelaide in South Australia), was the nation's first-ever official...
Stokes Bay, Kangaroo Island
If you're looking for maximum-level Australia, here it is. This remote South Australian bit of coast took out Tourism Australia's award for best beach in...
Want more? Find museums in Adelaide
This futuristic museum at the University of South Australia sits at the intersection of art and science. MOD.’s exhibitions are designed with 15 to 25...
Adelaide’s Migration Museum was the first museum of its kind to be established in Australia. Built in 1986, the museum is a place to explore the many...
South Australian Museum
This natural history museum is one of the state's leading cultural institutions, with more than four million specimens of flora, fauna,...
Ayers House Museum
Named after its original owner Sir Henry Ayers, a 19th-century politician, financier and premier of South Australia, this stunning house is famous...
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