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Best Outdoor Activities in Adelaide

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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.

Adelaide, SA, Australia
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Morialta Conservation Park

Morialta Conservation Park takes its name from the Kaurna language though there is some debate as to the precise origin. Some scholars believe that the beloved park's name comes from the word moriatta, or "running water," while others believe it derives from the phrase mari yertalla, or "eastern cascade." As both theories suggests, the park is known for its outstanding water features, notably a trail of tumbling waterfalls set against the wooded Morialta Gorge. Visitors to the Mount Lofty Ranges area can enjoy such outdoor recreation as mountain biking, hiking, rock climbing, and wildlife watching at the magnificent Morialta Conservation Park.

Adelaide, SA, Australia
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Temptation Sailing

Located in Glenelg, at the Holdfast Shores Marina, Temptation Sailing offers tourists a chance to enjoy sailing on the fast-flowing River Murray. The boat is a passenger vessel and can accommodate 50 persons. Embark upon a dolphin cruise where one can swim with dolphins in the water. Romantic twilight tours during sunset are also available. One can also book private charters.

Adelaide, SA, Australia
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Cleland Wildlife Park

Operating within the heritage-listed Cleland Conservation Park, this wildlife habitat is filled with creatures that call the surrounding eucalyptus forests home. Guests are welcome to wander freely with waterfowl, hand feed hungry kangaroos, and cuddle cozy koalas. Visitors can also book guided night walks to enjoy the best of the park's nocturnal marsupials. Cleland Wildlife Park has a bistro on-site that caters conferences, weddings, functions, and private events. Otherwise, bring a picnic lunch and take advantage of the site's free gas barbecues as you enjoy unforgettable nature and wildlife.

Crafers, SA, Australia
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Escapegoat

Escapegoat Adventures specialize in mountain bike tours, training and sightseeing trips throughout South Australia. This tour caters to all skills levels and includes wildlife sightseeing trips, winery tours and extended trips for experienced riders. Hop on a bike and follow the crew as they lead you through some of the city's most beautiful natural sites. Escapegoat provides good quality mountain bikes with front suspension and disc brakes, and a helmet if you don't have your own.

Adelaide, SA, Australia
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Port Princess Cruise Boat

Step on board the Port Princess Cruise Boat for a remarkable tour through the Port River. Spot some of the city's famed riverside attractions, and be sure to have your camera handy for there are some sights along the course that you would want to capture. Port Princess Cruise Boat also offers dolphin spotting, and the boat can also be hired for private events.

Adelaide, SA, Australia
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Adventure Kayaking SA

Feel the adrenaline gushing through your body as you undertake the adventurous tours with Adventure Kayaking SA. It offers tourists a variety of opportunities for kayaking idela for professionals as well as beginners. Soak in the beautiful scenery and get ready to spot a dolphin or two as you set about the kayaking tours. The staff is professional and knowledgeable.

Adelaide, SA, Australia
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Onkaparinga River National Park

The Onkaparinga river estuary and wetlands extend from the river mouth at Port Noarlunga to the historic township of Old Noarlunga. The subtle beat of the wetland is most vibrant in spring after the winter rains. The Wetland Trail in Onkaparinga National Park gives an informative insight into the environment and offers good opportunities for walkers, bird watchers and photographers alike. A parking area with barbecues lies at the head of the trail, off River Road. The river estuary is a popular spot for local fishermen in search of mullet and black bream.

McLaren Vale, SA, Australia
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