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Adelaide Central Market

Adjacent to the conference venue, the Adelaide Central Market, established in 1869, has been a thriving hub of food and culture for over 145 years.

With over 80 traders under one roof, the Adelaide Central Market is the largest under cover market in the Southern Hemisphere, buzzing with life and colour all year round. The Market offers a huge range of fresh food including fruit and vegetables, meat and poultry, seafood, cheeses, bakery, smallgoods and health foods, along with some of Adelaide’s most popular cafes and eateries.

Adelaide Cabaret Festival 11 to 26 June 2021

Now in its 21st year and the biggest festival of its kind, Adelaide Festival Centre’s Adelaide Cabaret Festival has continued to attract truly outstanding artists from around the country and the world. The Festival not only highlights the big names but makes them, too.

Stroll the Galleries of Elegant North Terrace

Visit Adelaide’s most elegant boulevard, North Terrace, home to the city’s most important cultural institutions. Apart from State Parliament, Adelaide Casino and the Convention Centre, this tree-lined street hosts the Art Gallery of South Australia, the South Australian Museum and The University of Adelaide. Round off your walk by visiting the Botanic Gardens, a legacy of Adelaide’s past with historic buildings and three striking glasshouses on site.

Go Shopping in The East End

Searching for something quirky? Explore Adelaide’s East End at Rundle Street. Once the site of the Central Market, the area is undergoing a retail renaissance. Check out Bauhaus for gifts, Bimbo for homewares and Sooki for designer labels.

Head for The Adelaide Hills

Head to the Adelaide Hills — a tranquil place to recharge the batteries. The hills are much more than a geographic backdrop for the city; they provide much of its food and they are major wine-growing district with some 50 cellar doors. Stop for lunch at The Lane Vineyard or Bird in Hand.


Ramen & Izakaya Himeji 08 8410 0102 Walk 2mins 140m
22-24 Grote Street Adelaide SA

Gaucho’s – 08 8231 2299 Walk 5mins 400m
91 Gouger Street, Adelaide SA

Georges on Waymouth – 08 8211 6960 Walk 6mins 450m
20 Waymouth Street City Centre, Adelaide SA

Mayflower Restaurant and Bar– 08 8210 8899 Walk 8mins 650m
45 King William St, Adelaide SA

Rigoni’s Bistro – 08 8231 5160 Walk 9mins 700m
27 Leigh Street, Adelaide SA

Osteria Oggi – 08 8359 2525 Walk 10 mins 950m
76 Pirie St, Adelaide SA

Andres Cucina & Polenta Bar 08 8224 0004 Drive 5mins 1.2K
94 Frome Street Adelaide SA

Adelaide Casino – North Terrace Adelaide SA Drive 5mins 1.2K
Sean’s Kitchen – 08 8218 4244
Madame Hanoi – 08 8218 4166

2KW Bar and Restaurant – 08 8212 5511 Drive 8mins 2K
Level 8, 2 King William Street Adelaide SA

Peel St (Tapas) – 08 8231 8887 Drive 6mins 1.6K
9 Peel Street, Adelaide SA

Eros Kafe – 08 8227 06777 Drive 6mins 1.6K
275 Rundle Street, Adelaide SA

Penfolds Magill Estate08 8301 5551 – Drive 16mins 8K
78 Penfold Road, Magill, Adelaide, SA