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Visit these Adelaide attractions, whether you’re a tourist in for the weekend or a native looking to explore

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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.

The best Adelaide attractions

West Beach Adventure

West Beach Adventure

Play tennis in the sky, ride a BMX bike mid-air, or sit at a sky-high picnic table as part of this unique aerial obstacle course

Seppeltsfield

Seppeltsfield

Photogenic Seppeltsfield showcases Barossa history and new-century substance

Hentley Farm

Hentley Farm

Come for the cellar door, stay for the restaurant

St Hallett

St Hallett

Looking for the Barossa’s best all-rounder? St Hallett is the winery for you

Saltram Wines

Saltram Wines

On the outskirts of picturesque Angaston, Saltram is blue-blooded Barossa

St Hugo Wines

St Hugo Wines

Good enough for Daniel Ricciardo? Good enough for us mere mortals, too

Henschke

Henschke

Plant your wine-tasting flag atop Henschke’s Hill of Grace

Château Tanunda

Château Tanunda

Yes, it’s a château – once the second-largest building in South Australia

Beerenberg

Beerenberg

If you've ever eaten breakfast at a fancy hotel or on a Qantas flight you've probably eaten Beerenberg. A South Australian institution, the family-owned...

Adelaide Zoo

Adelaide Zoo

One of Adelaide's favourite family attractions, the Zoo is home to Australia's only giant pandas – Fu Ni and Wang Wang – which, let's face it, is...

Maslin Beach

Maslin Beach

On of the Fleurieu Peninsula's most dramatic beaches is the 3km stretch of sand that makes up Maslin Beach. The beach is so long it contains multiple...

Yalumba

Yalumba

Australia's oldest family-owned winery is still going strong

David Franz

David Franz

Can’t get enough Peter Lehmann? David is a real son-of-a-gun

Port Willunga Beach

Port Willunga Beach

No list of Adelaide attractions is complete without a shot of Port Willunga Beach and its famous pylon remnants sticking out of the surf, which is all that...

Glenelg Beach

Glenelg Beach

Want to know how pretty Adelaide can get? Come to Glenelg Beach at sunset and watch as the sun disappears into the Great Australian Bight as you stroll along...

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Ayers House Museum

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...

MOD.

MOD.

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...

Migration Museum

Migration Museum

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

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,...