Adelaide Travel Guide

Although Adelaide is located away from Australia’s east coast, it may make it easy to overlook. But Adelaide’s plethora of restaurants, bars, festivals and attractions more than justify a visit. Adelaide is situated along the south coast near Barossa and McLaren Vale, where the country’s world-renowned shiraz is made. And at the opening of the adjacent Gulf Saint Vincent, you’ll find Kangaroo Island, a strip of land known for its prime wildlife-spotting and picture-perfect surroundings.

If you don’t have time to venture outside the city, don’t worry. You’ll have plenty to see and do in the heart of Adelaide. Nature lovers will appreciate Adelaide Botanic Garden and the Adelaide Zoo, while foodies can sample cheeses, baked goods and more at the Adelaide Central Market. Meanwhile, shopaholics will enjoy browsing the stores found at Rundle Mall. And those in search of culture should head straight to the Art Gallery of South Australia and the South Australian Museum.

Weather – When to Visit Adelaide

The best time to visit Adelaide is from March to May and September through November, during the city’s fall and spring. During these shoulder seasons, rainfall is rare and daytime temperatures sit in the 60s and 70s. You’ll also avoid the crowds and higher prices associated with the area’s peak season, which coincides with the summer holidays and Adelaide’s festival season. (Note: March, the beginning of Adelaide’s autumn, is best avoided if you’re hoping to score a deal, since several top events take place at this time.) June to August, the Southern Hemisphere’s winter, is a great time to visit if you’re on a budget, but you’ll encounter Adelaide’s coldest temps and increased chances for rain.

What Should You Pack?

When figuring out what to pack for the beach, there are two tips to keep in mind. First, forgetting an item isn’t the end of the world. Unless you’re heading for a remote, deserted island, chances are you can find a store where you can pick up the extras. Second, don’t stress out over making a packing list when there’s a stress-free beach travel essentials list for you below:

  • Sunglasses and hats offer much-needed sunscreen and flip flops are perfect for navigating hot, sandy beaches. Go pack them now so you’re not kicking yourself later.
  • What about those little items that make beach visits so much more enjoyable? For a little extra comfort on your trip, make sure you pack: Lip balmsunscreenbug spray.
  • Beach toys and goggles are a must for kids. Building sandcastles and viewing the underwater wonders are perennial favorites.
  • Take a first-aid kit with you. Hopefully you’ll only have to worry about a few minor scrapes from seashells, but having your own kit handy is a good precaution.
  • Beach Bag – Your beach bag will likely contain a few of the items mentioned above. For a well-rounded bag, consider tossing in sunscreenlip balmbug sprayfirst-aid kit and water-proof baggies.
  • Beach Gear – No matter who’s supplying the gear, look to have the following items on hand: beach bagbeach chairsbeach towelsbeach umbrella or tentbeach cart and a cooler.
  • Remember: Don’t wait until you’re parched to drink. When you’re out in the heat and sun, it’s important to stay hydrated by drinking regularly. So take along a water bottle as well.

Entry & Exit Requirements

All American visitors entering Australia must have a valid U.S. passport and a tourist visa. For travelers staying less than 90 days, an Electronic Travel Authority (an electronic, label-free visa found on the Australian Government Department of Immigration and Border Protection’s website) is required. Some airline and travel agents can apply for an Electronic Travel Authority on your behalf. To learn more about Australian entry and exit requirements, visit the U.S. State Department’s website.

Adelaide Attractions

Adelaide Botanic Gardens

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Covering more than 124 acres (50 hectares) between the North Terrace and Botanic Park, the Adelaide Botanic Gardens are among the city’s most stunning green spaces. With tree-lined walkways, water lily and lotus ponds, and flower gardens blooming with roses and dahlias, this is an idyllic place for a walking tour. Read more on the Ultimate Adelaide City Walking Tour.

Barossa

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Visit the Barossa Valley, one of South Australia’s most popular wine regions, on this day trip from Adelaide. With a guide, you’ll enjoy wine tastings at Seppeltsfield Winery and Wolf Blass. Learn about the region’s winemaking history, admire the picturesque scenery of the Adelaide Hills and River Torrens, and enjoy a 2-course lunch. To end your tour, stop in the historic German settlement of Hahndorf. Read more about Barossa Valley with Hahndorf Tour from Adelaide

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Kangaroo Island

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Discover one of South Australia’s wildlife hotspots on this full-day 4WD tour of Kangaroo Island, including round-trip transport from Adelaide by ferry or plane. Spot playful Australian sea lions at the Seal Bay Conservation Park; see echidnas, wallabies and koalas in their natural habitats; and get up close to cockatoos, Tamar wallabies and kangaroos on a guided bushwalk.  Read more about Small-Group Kangaroo Island 4WD Tour

Adelaide Central Market

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If you enjoy sampling local cuisine, a visit to the Adelaide Central Market is a must. This sprawling market – which has serviced Adelaide’s residents and tourists since 1869 – features more than 80 vendors selling everything from seafood and meat to produce, cheeses and baked goods. An array of cafes serving sushi, pizza, juices and more are also located on-site.

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Waterfall Gully

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Waterfall Gully is the largest of seven waterfalls situated in Cleland Conservation Park. At this popular outdoor attraction, photographers can snap jaw-dropping photos while fitness buffs traverse the nearly 3-mile-long Waterfall Gully to Mount Lofty Summit path, a challenging hiking trail that starts at the base of the waterfall. Hikers report occasionally spotting kangaroos, echidna and koalas here as well.

Things to do in Adelaide

Dolphin Cruise

Look for dolphins off the coast of Adelaide on a dolphin-spotting cruise from Glenelg, a seaside town just south of the city. As you glide across Holdfast Bay by catamaran, keep your eyes peeled for some of the thousands of dolphins who live in these waters. To enhance your encounter with these lovable creatures, upgrade your tour to include a dolphin-swimming experience from the boat. Read more about Dolphin Cruise from Adelaid

Kayaking in Coorong National Park

Kayaking is one of the best ways to explore the Coorong National Park—it’s an 86-mile-long (140 kilometers) peninsula of protected saltwater lagoons and sand dunes. This tour provides the equipment and know-how to explore the park’s protected areas without impacting the national ecology. It’s also longer than most other tours of its kind and provides lunch, which means you can concentrate on enjoying yourself on the water. Read more about Half-Day Kayaking Tour in Coorong National Park.

Murray River Riverboat Tour

Escape Adelaide’s urban bustle for a day on the tranquil Murray River during this tour to Mannum, which includes a riverboat cruise. You’ll spend two hours floating along the Murray River, watching for wildlife like pelicans and other birds while morning tea and lunch are served on board. Hear about the history of Mannum’s paddle steamer, and check out the Melba’s Chocolate Factory in Woodside. Read more about Murray River Riverboat Tour

Cleland Wildlife Tour

Meet some of Australia’s most beloved native animals on this day trip from Adelaide to Cleland Wildlife Park in the Adelaide Hills. Learn about koalas, feed wallabies and kangaroos under staff supervision, be amused by wombats and emus, and observe dingos, Tasmanian devils and more. You’ll also visit the Mt Lofty Summit for panoramic views and photo ops. Read more about Cleland Wildlife Park Tour

McLaren Vale Hop-On-Hop-Off Winery Tour

Explore the McLaren Vale wine region at your own pace with a full-day hop-on hop-off winery tour from Adelaide. After departing from the Adelaide CBD or McLaren Vale, ride on a comfortable bus to your choice of more than 15 winery stops. Have plenty of time to hop on or off at any of the selected stops and enjoy the offerings. Read more about McLaren Vale Hop-On Hop-Off Winery Tour

Best Restaurants in Adelaide

Orana $120/240 pp

Adelaide’s Orana is a major standout for George. Lead by internationally-renowned local chef Jock Zonfrillo, Orana boldly uses native ingredients like bunya nuts, green ants and quandongs to create culinary works of art. Orana was named Australia’s Restaurant of the Year 2018 by Gourmet Traveller magazine and Restaurant of the Year 2019 by the Good Food Guide. Telephone: 61 8 8232 3444 Web: Orana

Sunny’s Pizza $11 – 30

Retro and wonderfully kitsch, Sunny’s Pizza is a must-visit Adelaide restaurant. Opened recently by five friends and designed by Adelaide’s Studio-Gram (the architects behind Africola and Osteria Oggi), digging into a pizza at Sunny’s feels like a meal at your most eccentric friend’s house, but with the addition of an awesome bar, DJs and, let’s face it, probably much better food. Telephone: 61 404 280 522 Web: Sunny’s Pizza

Shobosho $41 – 100

The Japanese-inspired menu blends smoke, steam and fire – the ancient traditions of Japanese yakitori – and has drawn Head Chef Adam Liston back to Adelaide after his stints in Shanghai and Melbourne. Décor is slick, rich and warm with a distinctly Japanese feel. Telephone: 61 8 8366 2224 Web: Shobosho

Andre’s Cucina & Polenta Bar $70 pp

Ex-MasterChef contestant Andre Ursini’s self-titled Cucina & Polenta Bar is another of Gary Mehigan’s best restaurants in Adelaide. Cooking traditional dishes using rich, hearty recipes, everything about Andre’s is warm, inviting and lathered in regional Italian charm. Telephone: 61 8 8224 0004 Web: Andre’s Cucina & Polenta Bar

Africola

Johannesburg-born Duncan Welgemoed serves red hot, authentic South African cuisine at Adelaide’s wildly different Africola. Cooking is done on the fire with a big emphasis on vegetables, seafood and rotisserie meats. It’s colorful, loud, brash and boozy – just as it should be.  Telephone: 61 8 8223 3885 Web: Africola

Best Adelaide Nightlife

Apothecary 1878

A magnet for wine lovers, Apothecary 1878 is also one of Adelaide’s most eccentric bars – a Parisian-style parlor decked out with antique pharmacy cabinets, chandeliers and ornate Victorian furniture. Despite its seedy neighbours, this place is a class act with knowledgeable bar staff and a 1,200-strong wine list. Telephone: 61 8 8212 909 Web: Apothecary 1878

Clever Little Tailor

Not only is this space, with its designer tub chairs and exposed rustic stone, romantic, the service is, well, joyful. Settle down with a bottle of wine from the blackboard menu. Unusually for a wine bar, Clever Little Tailor also has several beers on tap – and a decent list of cocktails. There’s only room for 70 people, so arrive early if you want to secure one of the booths. Telephone:
61 407 111 857 Web: Clever Little Tailor

Proof Bar

Tucked away down an obscure laneway off Waymouth Street, Proof Bar is boisterous, unstuffy and totally in-your-face. If you wish to avoid life’s temptations then stay away. This Dublin dark bar serves classic cocktails, robust reds and engaging conversation. The house speciality is the Sour House, a mixture of rum, punt e mes, lime, orange, clove and port. Telephone: 61 8 8212 0708 Web: Proof Bar

Udaberri

Feel like a taste of northern Spain? Udaberri has some of the best jamon iberico in Adelaide and a good range of Australian and imported wines by the glass. Plunge into the mood by ordering a few share plates – the Spanish sardines and oven-baked chorizo are excellent.  Telephone: 61 8 8410 5733 Web: Udaberri 

The Rising Sun Inn

This unusual suburban pub is as far removed from the classic Australian watering hole as you can imagine. The Rising Sun feels more like a private club with its miniscule front bar, intimate dining room, open fireplaces and battered Chesterfields – arrive early if you want to secure one of these. Come here mid-week to experience this establishment at its best. Order a couple of share plates over the bar and a few glasses of local craft beer. Telephone: 61 8 8333 0721 Web: The Rising Sun Inn

Best Adelaide Hotels

The Playford MGallery by Sofitel

The Playford Adelaide Mgallery is a boutique hotel in the heart of Adelaide which offers the perfect blend of classical style and contemporary luxury. Located only 9km from Adelaide International Airport this hotel has a stunning Art Nouveau ambience and features 182 beautifully appointed guestrooms and suites, luxurious amenities and exquisite cuisine.

The Chancellor on Currie

Inspired by its Neo-Georgian architecture, 4 star The Chancellor on Currie’s 64-room boutique hotel in Adelaide’s CBD is a downtown landmark. Enjoy personalized service, a choice of accommodation styles, indoor heated swimming pool, spa, gym, and complimentary Wi-Fi 

Ibis Adelaide

Located in the heart of the CBD the hotel’s 311 rooms comprise of the latest Samsung television technology and views over the Adelaide Hills. The restaurant and bar spill out onto balconies that overhang Grenfell Street and share the floor with restaurant and conference facilities. The indoor gym comprises of Technogym equipment and WiFi is located throughout the hotel.

Peppers Waymouth

Black-tile-and-timber columns frame the Hollywood-glamorous marble lobby of this ultrasleek upscale hotel. Beveled-glass elevators with marble floors, designed to resemble the interior of a diamond, whisk you to snazzy, contemporary quarters of glass, marble, and wood. A picture window separates bathroom and bedroom. The first-floor restaurant can deliver treats day and night; you can work them off in the cerulean-blue tile pool, which has underwater portholes for watching the hotel entrance.

Majestic Minima Hotel

Quirky yet affordable. This boutique property contains 46 compact Unique Art Rooms. All rooms have king size beds, 32” LCD televisions with Foxtel, complimentary WiFi and contemporary ensuite bathrooms. Hotel facilities include guest terrace, undercover parking ($10.50 per night) and free laundry facilities.



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34 Comments

  1. Mahbub Hasan

    Hi Leahrae,

    Thank You very much for sharing such an interesting article with all the necessary information about “Adelaide Travel Guide”

    Really this is an amazing article.This article is so detailed and i like the article very much.My summer vacations has started and i was planning to travel a nice place.Fortunately i came to your article and found the perfect destination for my travelling.I have gained all the thorough details of adelaide.It’s looks like very beautiful place.This article is very helpful for those people who want to know perfectly about adelaide as you have highlighted the article so nicely.So, after reading your article i have decided to travel adelaide in this summer vacation and i will visited those places which are you mentioned avobe.I hope i will enjoy a great time in adelaide and aftet that i will come back to you with a positive result.I will also share this article with my friends and relatives so that they can benefited a lot from this.

    Keep writing up such kind of informative article.I will keep visiting your website.Best wishes for you.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thanks so much, glad you enjoyed my Adelaide Travel Guide! Thanks for visiting beach travel destinations.

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  2. Mahbub Alvi

    Hi Leahrae,

    Thank You very much for sharing such an interesting article with all the necessary information about “Adelaide Travel Guide”

    Really this is an amazing article.This article is so detailed and i like the article very much.My summer vacations has started and i was planning to travel a nice place.Fortunately i came to your article and found the perfect destination for my travelling.I have gained all the thorough details of adelaide.It’s looks like very beautiful place.This article is very helpful for those people who want to know perfectly about adelaide as you have highlighted the article so nicely.So, after reading your article i have decided to travel adelaide in this summer vacation and i will visited those places which are you mentioned avobe.I hope i will enjoy a great time in adelaide and aftet that i will come back to you with a positive result.I will also share this article with my friends and relatives so that they can benefited a lot from this.

    Keep writing up such kind of informative article.I will keep visiting your website.Best wishes for you.

    Reply
    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thank you so much Mahbub! I am glad you enjoyed. Please let me know if you have any additional questions. I would be happy to help.

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  3. Edwin Bernard

    My only familiarity with Adelaide was in Geography class in school. Hence it was a treat to do this review because I learned a lot more about this major Aussie City. It often gets left behind Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. I viewed the drone video and was captivated by the rugged beauty of the terrain around Adelaide. 

    I can see why this city is a tourist destination. The wine country reminded me about California where I live. Kangaroo Island is a place I would absolutely want to visit. The chic Hotels looked so classy and urban they could have been transplanted out of New York. The only problem is Christmas Time is in the summer so no winter decorations like in NY City. Unless they do pretend stuff! 

    The only thing I missed was if Adelaide supported Classical Music culture. I would have liked to know if they had a Symphony Orchestra and a concert hall. I checked and they do and perform at the Town Hall. So no dedicated concert hall for the Orchestra. 

    Overall I enjoyed your Blog on Adelaode. Another place to visit added to my Bucket List! 

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thanks for your great comments Edwin and you have hit the nail on the head.  When people think of visiting Australia, they do not think of Adelaide.  Personally I like to go to the less popular places.  I think you get a bit more culture that way too.  Glad you enjoyed visiting beach travel destinations.

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  4. Henry

    Hi! Among the Adelaide attractions please do not miss out on Adelaide Botanic Gardens. This public garden at the north-east corner of the Adelaide city centre is a must for any visitor to Adelaide.

    My attention has been particularly drawn to The Palm house inside the garden. This Victorian-era glasshouse is the second-oldest in Australia. It was opened in 1877 but it was restored last year (2018). It definitely is a must.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I agree Henry!  Thanks for stopping by and leaving your input 🙂

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  5. Nuttanee

    I would love to visit Australia again. Last time I was there I only went to Sydney. It was a short quick trip. My brother was studying English in Nelson, New Zealand. So, I went there and forced him to do a little travel with me. I would love to visit Adelaide, my friend went to the university of Adelaide as well and she told me how beautiful and laid back it is. I would love just to go there and try all the Shiraz, I love Shiraz, the dryer the better. It is so good with rib eye steak. The video is so pretty, amazing landscape. Bug spray is a nice tip to pack. I see some people wear the cork hats on TV so I figure the bugs have to be vicious.

    I definitely want to visit Barossa, just for the wine, and Kangaroo Island. The kangaroos, I see them on TV that they like to punch lol. Not sure if they going to come after me or not lol. Kayaking tour sounds like a fun thing to do too. Thank you for coming up with all the recommendation and things to do.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are very welcome and thank you for visiting beach travel destinations.  Sounds like another Australia vacation in the works….great!

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  6. Jacob Wilson

    Wow! Thanks for the information. You can’t find everything on youtube. So glad I came across your post. I have been looking for some interesting places to visit while I’m in Australia. What would you say is the best way of getting there from Sydney? (I’m looking at both price and travel time) I guess I will need to look around your posts and see if I don’t find anything else. Thanks again!!!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Glad you enjoyed Jacob.  The easiest way to travel from Sydney to Adelaide is by plane. A direct flight from Sydney to Adelaide is a two hour flight and about 20 flights per day.  Thanks for visiting beach travel destinations.

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  7. Melissa

    Adelaide is a fabulous spot and I’d encourage anyone who’s travelling to Australia to visit. Cities within South Australia don’t seem to get as much attention as places like the Gold Coast, Sydney and Melbourne, but they are really charming, and the beaches are something else. If you like driving holidays, you could hire a car and drive along the coast. There are gorgeous little towns all along the coast with quaint shops and lovely locals. You can get fresh seafood, and even do some fishing yourself.

    I have very fond memories of a driving holiday I took along the coast of South Australia. The scenery is just lovely and the beaches quiet and peaceful. Be careful where you swim though if you’re not on a patrolled beach as there are sharks along the coast.  And if you are visiting Adelaide, be sure to fit in a visit to Melbourne 🙂

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I totally agree Melissa!  Thanks for sharing your bit of information 🙂

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  8. Derek

    Some of those places you’ve mentioned look to be outside city limits so we wouldn’t be able to use public transportation. If I were to rent a car what are the requirements for a licensed driver from North America? Will the car insurance we have in the U.S. work in Australia?

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Generally,car rental companies require drivers to be over 21 years of age. You also need to have a full drivers license. That is the only requirement for driving in Australia.  As far as insurance goes in Australia, you will get third party insurance that covers you which is part of the car rental rate.  Hope this answers your questions 🙂

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  9. Dancinscot

    I think I need two to three weeks to visit this area. I love cities, and I love the nature areas too.
    It’s important to know the requirements for visiting from another country, thanks for including that.
    The beauty shown in the video is captivating. Wanderlust kicks in!
    For now I must be content with watching Australian television series and movies.
    When it comes time to travel, I’ll remember your Adelaide Travel Gide!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Great!  I hope you can visit Adelaide soon!  Please let me know if you need any additional information.

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  10. Cynthia

    Adelaide sounds like a wonderful place to visit. I always wanted to to to Australia but I hate flying and I know that it is a very long flight from America. However, maybe I will be able to to there one day. I love the animals. They are do different than anything anywhere else. Do you know just how long of a flight it may be from the US?

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      It is a wonderful place.  I know for me (I live in Florida) that it takes 22 hours.  Now if you live closer to the west coast, I would assume you could knock 10 hours off that flight 🙂  Thanks for stopping by.

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  11. Mark

    This is great information! You’ve even covered the entrance and exit information for those of us coming from the U.S. That’s very useful and it can be hard to come by travel info like this that you can actually trust. I’d hate to get into a jam out there and ruin an otherwise perfectly planned trip to such an amazing location. Kangaroo Island is definitely something I’d want to check out. The wildlife over there is really something else and I’d love to see it up close.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thank you Mark!  Yes, besides beaches and sunshine, they definitely have great wild life 🙂  Thanks for visiting beach travel destinations.

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  12. Todd Matthews

    I would go to Adelaide during the fall and spring regardless since they’re my two favorite times of the year. For your attractions, they’re all up my alley except for the central market since I’m not much of a people, but a nature person. The scenery at Barossa and Kangaroo Island are breathtaking, especially the latter. The Minima hotel looks like a steal and extremely unique. Budget or not, it’d be my top choice! 

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Glad you enjoyed Todd, and yes if you love nature you’ll find everything you would want in a vacation in Adelaide.  Thanks for visiting Beach Travel Destinations.

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  13. Pentrental

    Very well written article! Adelaide is a destination that not a ton of people have probably heard of, but you have definitely drawn interest here. Great use of the video and reference to things one should pack. Definitely would have forgotten the first-aide kit! Kangaroo island looks particularly interesting. Great post and keep up the good work!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thanks so much!  Glad you enjoyed my Adelaide Travel Guide.  Thanks for stopping by!

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  14. Daniella

    This is the first time I have heard about Adelaide; I can tell it’s a beautiful spot to visit just by watching the video and reading your article, of course:)
    My son has always dreamed of traveling to Australia, but it’s a big place and there are lots of choices! I will show him this post so he can take a look and decide when to plan his trip. He is 17 years old, do you think it’s allowed for a young guy like this to travel without parents? Or it would be preferable to wait until he turn out 18 years old?
    What do you think?

    Thanks a lot!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Hi Daniella, glad you learned a bit more about Australia and specifically Adelaide. You son can most certainly travel alone there, if you are comfortable with him doing so. You might run into an issue with accommodations, as a lot of them require you to be 19 when checking in. An alternative is Airbnb’s which are a lot more flexible and youth hostels. Please let me know if you need any further information.

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  15. Effie

    I love reading your articles, Leahrae! They help me travel all around the world and remind me of dreams I made when I was younger. A practical question though: Do European citizens need the same travel documents as Americans?

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Hi Effie and great question. Yes, unless you are an Australian or New Zealand citizen, you will need a valid Australian visa to enter the country. New Zealand passport holders can apply for a visa upon arrival in the country. All other passport holders must apply for a visa before leaving home. Pretty simple process though. Please let me know if you need any help with this. I will be glad to steer you in the right direction.

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  16. Nancy

    Every summer my husband and I try to find a unique destination to travel to, well this year guess what? We are going to Adelaide, thanks to your website! You have sold me on this place and I am so excited. I have been looking for weeks and couldn’t seem to find the perfect destination and everything you have here is just perfect for what I am looking for. Thanks so much for sharing. When I heard of Adelaide before and researched it the other site wasn’t as nearly as detailed as yours so you have a hidden gem here, keep sharing I will be using your site from now on!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thank you Nancy and I hope you and your husband have a wonderful time! Please let me know if you need any additional information. Thanks for visiting beach travel destinations.

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  17. Trish

    I had never heard of this place in Australia but it sounds wonderful – love checking out new places when I can. thanks for all the information especially the information on travel documents needs and some of the price expectations that were noted – very helpful

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are very welcome Trish, thanks for visiting Beach Travel Destinations.

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