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Waterfall Gully

Located in the eastern part of Adelaide, Waterfall Gully is a fun tourist destination composed of breath-taking waterfalls and the scenic Mount Lofty summit from where you can experience a bird's eye view of the surrounding landscape. Ideal for a day picnic, the area has several picnic sites and offers plenty of walking and hiking opportunities as well. There is an onsite restaurant serving delightful food.

Groovy Grape Tours

Enjoy a fun holiday with Groovy Grape Tours. It provides a number of tours through the scenic South and Central Australia. Undertake an exploration of the vineyards or experience the adrenaline rush during adventure tours. The knowledgeable and experienced tour guides provide information about the various places covered on the tours. Choose something that excites you and create memories for a lifetime.

Art Gallery Of South Australia

Established in 1881, this historic and attractive Victorian building on leafy North Terrace holds one of the most extensive art collections in Australia. With an impressive collection of nearly 45,000 artworks, this revered art gallery is believed to comprise of the second-largest state art collection in the country. The museum's massive collection includes rare and valuable works that range from paintings and sculptures, to textiles and jewelry. While international artworks abound, the gallery is most well known for its notable Aboriginal art collections, the oldest of which date back to the 1800s. It also comprises of Australian artworks that revolve around pastoral themes, such as the kind manifested in Tom Robert's A break away!, or John Russell's A clearing in the forest. Both special and permanent exhibitions are held here.

Adelaide Central Market

The Adelaide Central Market is one of Australia's largest and finest fresh produce markets. It literally is a one stop shop for all kinds of foodstuffs and beverages local and from different parts of the world. Be it fresh, packed, frozen, etc. if you don't find it here, you won't find it elsewhere in the city! There is also a food court where you can find food-stalls, restaurants and cafes. You can also find the native and traditional ingredients used by the Aboriginals. The establishment also offers short classes and workshops related to the culinary world. Pay a visit at least once and soak up the sights, smells and sounds of this much loved attraction of the Adelaide city.

Adelaide Oval

Dominating the parkland between Torrens Lake and St. Peter's Cathedral lies the Adelaide Oval, often lauded as one of the most scenic cricket grounds in the world. The first test match played here was between Australia and England in 1884. Since that time, the ground has been used for other sports such as rugby and Australian football. The distinctive Victor Richardson and Clarrie Grimmett gates add special character to the cricket ground, while the splendid old scoreboard dates back to Edwardian times. Though it is widely regarded as a sacred ground for cricket, Adelaide Oval has also hosted big-ticket concerts, where artists like Ed Sheeran, Adele and Foo Fighters have performed in the past.

South Australian Museum

Offering numerous tours, including "behind the scenes" peaks of its highly-regarded natural history collections, the South Australian Museum is sure to delight and amaze. Serious students and wide-eyed novices alike will marvel at more than four million artifacts displayed in exhibits highlighting everything from Ancient Egyptian to Early Pacific cultures. Perhaps most impressive is the museum's collection of Aboriginal artifacts and archival material, the largest in the world. After learning about the rich histories and cultures that the museum chronicles, visitors can enjoy the on-site coffee shop and museum gift shop.

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