Food and Entertainment in Adelaide
WHAT CAN I DO IN ADELAIDE?
Adelaide boasts the oldest Shiraz vines in the world. All the Adelaide regions are well-recognised as producing some of the best wines in the world. Adelaide Wine and Beer Tours have agreed to provide all ALSA attendees with special price. You may choose from the boutique picturesque McLaren Vale, the cool crisp Adelaide Hills, or the well known Barossa regions. For bookings of groups from 7- 40 people, call Steve or Tarn on 0488 235 444.
A short trip in the tram will take you to the beach from entertainment district of Glenelg. You will be able to see ‘BOB’ the clocktower located in Moseley Square. Visit the Beach House, for any of you wanting to get in touch with your inner child. Or you may just want to relax with a relaxing drink at the Moseley Hotel in Moseley Square.
Located just north of Adelaide University, entering through Plain Tree Drive, you can spend the day or a few hours walking around the Adelaide Zoological Gardens (and the meerkats are really cute). Adelaide Botanical Gardens Located near the Zoo and Adelaide University, the Botanical Gardens are a beautiful place just to relax and let the stresses of Conference melt away. Either walk around the Gardens or, if it is a bit wet, check out the Bicentennial Conservatory.
For all you Ice Hockey Fans, USA v Canada on 5 July 2018. The game is held at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre, a short free tram ride west of the City to Hindmarsh. You cant go to far, when the tram starts to turn around and go back into the city, you should be getting off. Tickets are available here
On Saturday 7 July, Port Adelaide take on St Kilda at Adelaide Oval in a twilight match.
WHERE CAN I GO FOR FOOD OR DRINKS?
Our top recommendations for venues in Adelaide include:
ANY OTHER QUESTIONS?
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