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Culture And Entainment
The Art Gallery of South Australia, located on the cultural boulevard of North Terrace in Adelaide, is one of three significant visual arts museums in the Australian state of South Australia. The Gallery’s collection comprises almost 45,000 works of art and design, featuring an extensive Australian collection – including works by Aboriginal and South Australian artists – contemporary art, and European and Asian collections. When you are here, you might experience a display that crosses thousands of years of human history, delve into an exhibition of one artist’s singular vision, or become the artist in our interactive Studio. You can also join a free tour, take part in special events or learn more through our program of talks. Then relax and reflect, with bites and beverages at the Gallery’s restaurant and a world of offerings to savour at the Gallery Store.
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Musée national d'Australie-Méridionale
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The Art Gallery of South Australia, located on the cultural boulevard of North Terrace in Adelaide, is one of three significant visual arts museums in the Australian state of South Australia. The Gallery’s collection comprises almost 45,000 works of art and design, featuring an extensive Australian collection – including works by Aboriginal and South Australian artists – contemporary art, and European and Asian collections. When you are here, you might experience a display that crosses thousands of years of human history, delve into an exhibition of one artist’s singular vision, or become the artist in our interactive Studio. You can also join a free tour, take part in special events or learn more through our program of talks. Then relax and reflect, with bites and beverages at the Gallery’s restaurant and a world of offerings to savour at the Gallery Store.
The Adelaide Festival Centre hosts a superb array of theatre, dance, music, festivals, and exhibitions and is South Australia’s principal performing arts venue. The Adelaide Festival Centre presents the best in festivals, in Australia, throughout the year. In 2019 this includes OzAsia, DreamBIG Children’s Festival, and Adelaide French Festival returning for its second year – a feast of food, wine, fashion, music, visual arts, and film. Adelaide Cabaret Festival, the biggest and best cabaret festival in the world. Adelaide Festival Centre, Australia's first multi-purpose arts centre, was built in 1973 and opened three months before the Sydney Opera House. The Festival Centre is located approximately 50 metres north of the corner of North Terrace and King William Street lying near the banks of the River Torrens and adjacent to Elder Park It is distinguished by its two white geometric dome roofs and lies on a 45-degree angle to the city's grid.
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Adelaide Festival Centre
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The Adelaide Festival Centre hosts a superb array of theatre, dance, music, festivals, and exhibitions and is South Australia’s principal performing arts venue. The Adelaide Festival Centre presents the best in festivals, in Australia, throughout the year. In 2019 this includes OzAsia, DreamBIG Children’s Festival, and Adelaide French Festival returning for its second year – a feast of food, wine, fashion, music, visual arts, and film. Adelaide Cabaret Festival, the biggest and best cabaret festival in the world. Adelaide Festival Centre, Australia's first multi-purpose arts centre, was built in 1973 and opened three months before the Sydney Opera House. The Festival Centre is located approximately 50 metres north of the corner of North Terrace and King William Street lying near the banks of the River Torrens and adjacent to Elder Park It is distinguished by its two white geometric dome roofs and lies on a 45-degree angle to the city's grid.
The Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, usually referred to simply as Tandanya, is an art museum located on Grenfell Street in Adelaide, South Australia. It specialises in promoting Indigenous Australian art, including visual art, music and storytelling. Tandanya is a visionary and vibrant place for all to experience contemporary and traditional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural expressions through the visual and performing arts. Tandanya enjoys a national and international reputation for innovation and excellence in visual arts programming, featuring emerging and established artists from around the country and overseas.
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Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute
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The Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, usually referred to simply as Tandanya, is an art museum located on Grenfell Street in Adelaide, South Australia. It specialises in promoting Indigenous Australian art, including visual art, music and storytelling. Tandanya is a visionary and vibrant place for all to experience contemporary and traditional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural expressions through the visual and performing arts. Tandanya enjoys a national and international reputation for innovation and excellence in visual arts programming, featuring emerging and established artists from around the country and overseas.
Australian Dance Theatre is a contemporary dance company based in Adelaide, South Australia established in 1965 by Dr. Elizabeth Cameron Dalman OAM. Dalman sought to "open the horizons for provocative contemporary and cutting edge dance". Australian Dance Theatre is Australia’s pre-eminent contemporary dance company and the longest running in the country. For over 50 years Australian Dance Theatre has pioneered new work that has contributed to defining dance in this region. Under the directorship of Garry Stewart, Australian Dance Theatre creates dance that is an intelligent progression of the art form engaging audiences the world over. Australian Dance Theatre has engaged in unique collaborations with artists from a wide variety of fields. Australian Dance Theatre offers a range of education opportunities for secondary & tertiary students, graduates & the general public.
Australian Dance Theatre
57a Queen St
Australian Dance Theatre is a contemporary dance company based in Adelaide, South Australia established in 1965 by Dr. Elizabeth Cameron Dalman OAM. Dalman sought to "open the horizons for provocative contemporary and cutting edge dance". Australian Dance Theatre is Australia’s pre-eminent contemporary dance company and the longest running in the country. For over 50 years Australian Dance Theatre has pioneered new work that has contributed to defining dance in this region. Under the directorship of Garry Stewart, Australian Dance Theatre creates dance that is an intelligent progression of the art form engaging audiences the world over. Australian Dance Theatre has engaged in unique collaborations with artists from a wide variety of fields. Australian Dance Theatre offers a range of education opportunities for secondary & tertiary students, graduates & the general public.
The Norwood Concert Hall, 175 The Parade Norwood caters for events of all sizes, including Adelaide Festival productions, international acts, product launches, school concerts, cabaret acts, grand balls and weddings. An outstanding example of late Edwardian architecture and protected by the National Trust, the Concert Hall has been renovated to the most exacting standards to preserve and enhance both its character and detail.
Norwood Concert Hall
175 The Parade
The Norwood Concert Hall, 175 The Parade Norwood caters for events of all sizes, including Adelaide Festival productions, international acts, product launches, school concerts, cabaret acts, grand balls and weddings. An outstanding example of late Edwardian architecture and protected by the National Trust, the Concert Hall has been renovated to the most exacting standards to preserve and enhance both its character and detail.
The Regal Theatre was originally known as the Chelsea Cinema, the theatre was designed for the National Picture Theatre chain by South Australian theatre architect Chris A Smith and opened on 24 November 1925. It originally presented silent films and pantomimes accompanied by the Princess Theatre Orchestra. After National Theatres went into liquidation, the cinema was purchased by the Waterman family who renovated it in the Art Deco style, reopening the cinema in 1941 as the Ozone. In 1951 Hoyts purchased the cinema. Cinema Scope was installed in 1955 and a new, wider proscenium was placed in front of the 1941 version. By 1964 many suburban cinemas were in financial trouble. The Ozone was about to be demolished for a service station when the Burnside Council purchased it for the community. Wallis Theatres took over the lease in 1971 and it was renamed the Chelsea. The Chelsea Cinema was included on the South Australian Heritage Register in 1983
The Regal Theatre
275 Kensington Rd
The Regal Theatre was originally known as the Chelsea Cinema, the theatre was designed for the National Picture Theatre chain by South Australian theatre architect Chris A Smith and opened on 24 November 1925. It originally presented silent films and pantomimes accompanied by the Princess Theatre Orchestra. After National Theatres went into liquidation, the cinema was purchased by the Waterman family who renovated it in the Art Deco style, reopening the cinema in 1941 as the Ozone. In 1951 Hoyts purchased the cinema. Cinema Scope was installed in 1955 and a new, wider proscenium was placed in front of the 1941 version. By 1964 many suburban cinemas were in financial trouble. The Ozone was about to be demolished for a service station when the Burnside Council purchased it for the community. Wallis Theatres took over the lease in 1971 and it was renamed the Chelsea. The Chelsea Cinema was included on the South Australian Heritage Register in 1983
Hoyts Cinema chain offering blockbusters and indie films, plus kids' programs and live music screenings. HOYTS Norwood is now bigger and better than ever! Located on the cosmopolitan shopping strip of The Parade, HOYTS Norwood is one of South Australia’s finest entertainment destinations. HOYTS Norwood has now expanded to 7 cinema auditoriums, including 4 3D cinemas – that’s over half the complex! HOYTS Norwood is also home to an Xtremescreen cinema. Customers can now enjoy a beer or wine in selected sessions after 5.45pm daily (conditions apply). Please contact the box office for further information.
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HOYTS Norwood
185 The Parade
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Hoyts Cinema chain offering blockbusters and indie films, plus kids' programs and live music screenings. HOYTS Norwood is now bigger and better than ever! Located on the cosmopolitan shopping strip of The Parade, HOYTS Norwood is one of South Australia’s finest entertainment destinations. HOYTS Norwood has now expanded to 7 cinema auditoriums, including 4 3D cinemas – that’s over half the complex! HOYTS Norwood is also home to an Xtremescreen cinema. Customers can now enjoy a beer or wine in selected sessions after 5.45pm daily (conditions apply). Please contact the box office for further information.
LET'S GOLF We’re a mini golf course and bar that turns traditional putt putt into a multi-sensory labyrinth of unique holes that’ll keep you on your toes across the craziest round of golf you’ve ever played. And with drinks, cocktails and tunes on offer at our full service bar, The Caddyshack will take care of all your off-the-green needs. It’s Australia’s best mini golf course. Par none.
Holey Moley Golf Club Adelaide
162 – 170 Pulteney St
LET'S GOLF We’re a mini golf course and bar that turns traditional putt putt into a multi-sensory labyrinth of unique holes that’ll keep you on your toes across the craziest round of golf you’ve ever played. And with drinks, cocktails and tunes on offer at our full service bar, The Caddyshack will take care of all your off-the-green needs. It’s Australia’s best mini golf course. Par none.
Coopers Stadium is a world-class multi-use facility just 5 minutes from central Adelaide. Considered by many to be the best football stadium in Australia, Coopers Stadium is home to the Hyundai A-League’s Adelaide United Football Club. The Stadium boasts an immaculate playing surface coupled with an intimate ambience and great viewing. Apart from Football, Coopers Stadium also hosts Rugby League, Rugby Union and a variety of other sports that utilise rectangular pitches. Coopers Stadium is also a fantastic outdoor concert venue. With a capacity of up to 26,000 for concerts, the atmosphere within this boutique Stadium is electric and the sightlines superb for live music fans. Coopers Stadium and the neighbouring Adelaide Entertainment Centre are operated by the same entity, Adelaide Venue Management Corporation, which has extensive experience in planning and delivering concerts.
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Coopers Stadium
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Coopers Stadium is a world-class multi-use facility just 5 minutes from central Adelaide. Considered by many to be the best football stadium in Australia, Coopers Stadium is home to the Hyundai A-League’s Adelaide United Football Club. The Stadium boasts an immaculate playing surface coupled with an intimate ambience and great viewing. Apart from Football, Coopers Stadium also hosts Rugby League, Rugby Union and a variety of other sports that utilise rectangular pitches. Coopers Stadium is also a fantastic outdoor concert venue. With a capacity of up to 26,000 for concerts, the atmosphere within this boutique Stadium is electric and the sightlines superb for live music fans. Coopers Stadium and the neighbouring Adelaide Entertainment Centre are operated by the same entity, Adelaide Venue Management Corporation, which has extensive experience in planning and delivering concerts.
Points of Interests
The National Wine Centre of Australia is a public exhibition building about winemaking and its industry in South Australia, opened in 2001. It contains an interactive permanent exhibition of winemaking, introducing visitors to the technology, varieties and styles of wine.
National Wine Centre of Australia
The National Wine Centre of Australia is a public exhibition building about winemaking and its industry in South Australia, opened in 2001. It contains an interactive permanent exhibition of winemaking, introducing visitors to the technology, varieties and styles of wine.
Ayers House Museum is a unique landmark and destination in the heart of Adelaide’s East End. Adelaide’s finest Victorian-era home, this spectacularly restored property is one of the last remaining grand nineteenth century residences that once lined North Terrace. Experience nineteenth century South Australia through the life of Sir Henry Ayers, the seven-time Premier who built, furnished and decorated an opulent family home that embodies the luxurious lifestyles of wealthy colonial society. For decades the house was central to Ayers’ family life and an entertainment destination for Adelaide’s social and political elite. Come down and enjoy this beautiful historic space, and take part in our exciting program of events, exhibitions and family-friendly programming.
Ayers House Museum
288 North Terrace
Ayers House Museum is a unique landmark and destination in the heart of Adelaide’s East End. Adelaide’s finest Victorian-era home, this spectacularly restored property is one of the last remaining grand nineteenth century residences that once lined North Terrace. Experience nineteenth century South Australia through the life of Sir Henry Ayers, the seven-time Premier who built, furnished and decorated an opulent family home that embodies the luxurious lifestyles of wealthy colonial society. For decades the house was central to Ayers’ family life and an entertainment destination for Adelaide’s social and political elite. Come down and enjoy this beautiful historic space, and take part in our exciting program of events, exhibitions and family-friendly programming.
Stop, look and listen for the stunning birds, impressive insects, lowland rainforest plants and impressive canopy of trees that make up the ecosystem in the Bicentennial Conservatory. Built in celebration of Australia’s 1988 Bicentenary, and designed by South Australian architect Guy Maron, it is the largest single span conservatory in the Southern Hemisphere. The building is curvilinear in shape – 100 metres long, 47 metres wide and 27 metres high. An elegant steel superstructure supports the 2,434 metres2 of toughened glass, which forms the roof, walls and doors. Its glistening and distinctive shape is a landmark, particularly for visitors flying in to Adelaide.
Bicentennial Conservatory
Stop, look and listen for the stunning birds, impressive insects, lowland rainforest plants and impressive canopy of trees that make up the ecosystem in the Bicentennial Conservatory. Built in celebration of Australia’s 1988 Bicentenary, and designed by South Australian architect Guy Maron, it is the largest single span conservatory in the Southern Hemisphere. The building is curvilinear in shape – 100 metres long, 47 metres wide and 27 metres high. An elegant steel superstructure supports the 2,434 metres2 of toughened glass, which forms the roof, walls and doors. Its glistening and distinctive shape is a landmark, particularly for visitors flying in to Adelaide.
Adelaide Zoo, one of Adelaide’s most iconic attractions, is home to more than 2,500 animals and 250 species of exotic and native mammals, birds, reptiles and fish exhibited over eight hectares of magnificent botanic surroundings. It is located in the parklands just north of the city centre of Adelaide, South Australia. Adelaide Zoo is the second oldest zoo in the nation and represents a significant part of South Australia’s heritage and social history. Since Adelaide Zoo first opened to the public in 1883, generations of South Australians have shared in the wonder of a visit to the zoo. Adelaide Zoo is the only major metropolitan zoo in Australia to be owned and operated by a conservation charity, Zoos SA. It’s a relaxing green city oasis and vibrant sanctuary that gives you the feeling of stepping into another world. It’s full of diversity, colour and unique things to see and do. It offers an intimate zoo experience speckled with elements of curiosity, fantasy, fun and surprise. Besides a regular visit to the Adelaide Zoo, visitors are also able to participate in a variety of zoo experiences such as; the Big Cat interactive, the Hippo Interactive, the Lion Encounter, Meet The Primates and experience the Wild Nights Sleepover to mention a few
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Zoo d'Adelaïde
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Adelaide Zoo, one of Adelaide’s most iconic attractions, is home to more than 2,500 animals and 250 species of exotic and native mammals, birds, reptiles and fish exhibited over eight hectares of magnificent botanic surroundings. It is located in the parklands just north of the city centre of Adelaide, South Australia. Adelaide Zoo is the second oldest zoo in the nation and represents a significant part of South Australia’s heritage and social history. Since Adelaide Zoo first opened to the public in 1883, generations of South Australians have shared in the wonder of a visit to the zoo. Adelaide Zoo is the only major metropolitan zoo in Australia to be owned and operated by a conservation charity, Zoos SA. It’s a relaxing green city oasis and vibrant sanctuary that gives you the feeling of stepping into another world. It’s full of diversity, colour and unique things to see and do. It offers an intimate zoo experience speckled with elements of curiosity, fantasy, fun and surprise. Besides a regular visit to the Adelaide Zoo, visitors are also able to participate in a variety of zoo experiences such as; the Big Cat interactive, the Hippo Interactive, the Lion Encounter, Meet The Primates and experience the Wild Nights Sleepover to mention a few
The last of its kind in the world the Santos Museum of Economic Botany is home to an amazing permanent collection, much of which dates back to the original museum display 130 years ago. Also on show are intriguing, beautiful and immersive touring exhibitions which are sure to inspire. The museum showcases countless plants and their various uses with a focus on minimising waste. The building is a treasure in itself and has been lovingly restored featuring many original details.
Santos Museum of Economic Botany
The last of its kind in the world the Santos Museum of Economic Botany is home to an amazing permanent collection, much of which dates back to the original museum display 130 years ago. Also on show are intriguing, beautiful and immersive touring exhibitions which are sure to inspire. The museum showcases countless plants and their various uses with a focus on minimising waste. The building is a treasure in itself and has been lovingly restored featuring many original details.
The State Herbarium of South Australia is the key centre for knowledge and information on South Australia's native and naturalised plants, algae, fungi and lichens. We are internationally recognised for our research and advisory role in plant systematics. At the core of the State Herbarium's operations is our collection of dried herbarium specimens, currently numbering over one million and growing. State Herbarium of South Australia research staff and associates bring scientific methods, including cutting-edge technologies in molecular biology and microscopy to help research a wide range of botanical areas. Research results and statewide knowledge are shared in publications such as the Flora of South Australia, Census of South Australian Vascular Plants and the Marine Benthic Flora of Southern Australia.
State Herbarium of South Australia
The State Herbarium of South Australia is the key centre for knowledge and information on South Australia's native and naturalised plants, algae, fungi and lichens. We are internationally recognised for our research and advisory role in plant systematics. At the core of the State Herbarium's operations is our collection of dried herbarium specimens, currently numbering over one million and growing. State Herbarium of South Australia research staff and associates bring scientific methods, including cutting-edge technologies in molecular biology and microscopy to help research a wide range of botanical areas. Research results and statewide knowledge are shared in publications such as the Flora of South Australia, Census of South Australian Vascular Plants and the Marine Benthic Flora of Southern Australia.
Cleland Wildlife Park has been a major tourist attraction in South Australia since 1967. The Department for Environment and Water is committed to creating a sustainable environment that can be enjoyed by everyone both now and into the future. Cleland plays an important role in this strategy by helping visitors connect with animals in their natural environment. By providing an immersive nature experience, with a limited number of enclosures and the chance to get closer to some of our state’s most iconic animals, our visitors will learn more about the importance of conservation The health of our animals is our number one priority and our keepers have years of experience in managing Cleland’s population. The park is a member of the South Australian Tourism Hall of Fame after winning the 'Significant Tourism Attraction' category at the 2007, 2008 and 2009 South Australian Tourism Awards.
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Cleland Conservation Park
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Cleland Wildlife Park has been a major tourist attraction in South Australia since 1967. The Department for Environment and Water is committed to creating a sustainable environment that can be enjoyed by everyone both now and into the future. Cleland plays an important role in this strategy by helping visitors connect with animals in their natural environment. By providing an immersive nature experience, with a limited number of enclosures and the chance to get closer to some of our state’s most iconic animals, our visitors will learn more about the importance of conservation The health of our animals is our number one priority and our keepers have years of experience in managing Cleland’s population. The park is a member of the South Australian Tourism Hall of Fame after winning the 'Significant Tourism Attraction' category at the 2007, 2008 and 2009 South Australian Tourism Awards.
Sports And Activities
Coopers Stadium is a world-class multi-use facility just 5 minutes from central Adelaide. Considered by many to be the best football stadium in Australia, Coopers Stadium is home to the Hyundai A-League’s Adelaide United Football Club. The Stadium boasts an immaculate playing surface coupled with an intimate ambience and great viewing. Apart from Football, Coopers Stadium also hosts Rugby League, Rugby Union and a variety of other sports that utilise rectangular pitches. Coopers Stadium is also a fantastic outdoor concert venue. With a capacity of up to 26,000 for concerts, the atmosphere within this boutique Stadium is electric and the sightlines superb for live music fans. Coopers Stadium and the neighbouring Adelaide Entertainment Centre are operated by the same entity, Adelaide Venue Management Corporation, which has extensive experience in planning and delivering concerts.
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Coopers Stadium
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Coopers Stadium is a world-class multi-use facility just 5 minutes from central Adelaide. Considered by many to be the best football stadium in Australia, Coopers Stadium is home to the Hyundai A-League’s Adelaide United Football Club. The Stadium boasts an immaculate playing surface coupled with an intimate ambience and great viewing. Apart from Football, Coopers Stadium also hosts Rugby League, Rugby Union and a variety of other sports that utilise rectangular pitches. Coopers Stadium is also a fantastic outdoor concert venue. With a capacity of up to 26,000 for concerts, the atmosphere within this boutique Stadium is electric and the sightlines superb for live music fans. Coopers Stadium and the neighbouring Adelaide Entertainment Centre are operated by the same entity, Adelaide Venue Management Corporation, which has extensive experience in planning and delivering concerts.
yogafusion is Adelaide's leading studio for yoga Our Adelaide Yoga studio is located in Norwood, right next to the Adelaide CBD. With three yoga styles to choose from, our classes are designed for everyone from beginners to advanced and are led by passionate, knowledgeable, fully qualified and registered teachers. We have a great community and gorgeous studio incorporating two practise rooms with specialised yoga flooring as well as showers for your convenience. Yoga is a life changing form of fitness for both body and mind.
yogafusion - experience . empower . evolve
14 The Parade
yogafusion is Adelaide's leading studio for yoga Our Adelaide Yoga studio is located in Norwood, right next to the Adelaide CBD. With three yoga styles to choose from, our classes are designed for everyone from beginners to advanced and are led by passionate, knowledgeable, fully qualified and registered teachers. We have a great community and gorgeous studio incorporating two practise rooms with specialised yoga flooring as well as showers for your convenience. Yoga is a life changing form of fitness for both body and mind.
Beer in hand, with a cheeky burger to satisfy your rumbling hunger. All while bowling a few frames and maybe blasting some of your mates in Laser Tag? Or maybe you’d prefer a mental test in an Escape Room or to rock out a few tunes in Karaoke? At Kingpin, get your relaxed post-work vibes with our Sports Bar and gastro-pub menu. Then don’t forget to knock down a few pins at the end – what better way to enhance the stress-reducing effect that only being at your local with your mates can bring. With Daily Deals on food, drink and activities, pick your night and roll down to Kingpin. Like your local, only better…
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Kingpin Bowling Norwood
11 Osmond Terrace
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Beer in hand, with a cheeky burger to satisfy your rumbling hunger. All while bowling a few frames and maybe blasting some of your mates in Laser Tag? Or maybe you’d prefer a mental test in an Escape Room or to rock out a few tunes in Karaoke? At Kingpin, get your relaxed post-work vibes with our Sports Bar and gastro-pub menu. Then don’t forget to knock down a few pins at the end – what better way to enhance the stress-reducing effect that only being at your local with your mates can bring. With Daily Deals on food, drink and activities, pick your night and roll down to Kingpin. Like your local, only better…
Cafes
Come rain, hail or sunshine, Velo is a casual, family friendly café, restaurant and event hire venue and a great place to relax on the fringe of Adelaide city. Situated at Victoria Park in the heritage listed grandstand, our 120-seat eatery and event space features clean, contemporary design maintaining the spirit of the building’s cherished history. Complimenting this space is our entrance and out-door seated area on the verge of the grandstand itself where you overlook the beautiful eastern parklands. Our food philosophy is equally simple. We use the best produce, cook delicious recipes handed down through generations and add a little modern flair. It’s not very fussy. It is just very tasty. Why not linger over a lazy breakfast with our creations of tantalising local produce and exquisite barista made Dimatina coffee. Pop in for sneaky lunch-time pizza and a South Australian wine or grab a fresh Italian-style sandwich to take away and head off into the leafy surrounding parklands.
The Velo Precinct
140 Fullarton Rd
Come rain, hail or sunshine, Velo is a casual, family friendly café, restaurant and event hire venue and a great place to relax on the fringe of Adelaide city. Situated at Victoria Park in the heritage listed grandstand, our 120-seat eatery and event space features clean, contemporary design maintaining the spirit of the building’s cherished history. Complimenting this space is our entrance and out-door seated area on the verge of the grandstand itself where you overlook the beautiful eastern parklands. Our food philosophy is equally simple. We use the best produce, cook delicious recipes handed down through generations and add a little modern flair. It’s not very fussy. It is just very tasty. Why not linger over a lazy breakfast with our creations of tantalising local produce and exquisite barista made Dimatina coffee. Pop in for sneaky lunch-time pizza and a South Australian wine or grab a fresh Italian-style sandwich to take away and head off into the leafy surrounding parklands.
AFRICAN RESTAURANT located on East Terrace, Adelaide. South African BBQ dishes and banquets prepared in a vibrant dining room with a hip vibe. Compact simple cafe with a western soundtrack, African inspired vegetables, grilled and smoked meats, flatbreads, pickles and natural wine. The interior is elegant and refreshing, with soft features in between bright clutter such as Coke bottles and coloured vinyl chairs. Designed by co-owner James Brown and company Mash Studios, the space is demure in comparison to its former vivid look, which was stripped following a kitchen fire in early 2016. The repairs gave the duo the opportunity to reinvent and change the focus from South Africa (where Welgemoed was born) to North Africa. The North African diet is centred on vegetables and pulses with animal protein kept to a minimum, which is reflected in the menu. Choose a selection of share plates or have the kitchen decide and let the evening flow into an emulsion of punchy cocktails, charred vegetables and snacks of pickled turnip and baba ganoush. Proteins include a spiced lamb Merguez sausage, and charred peri-peri chicken. There’s also grilled octopus, sardines and Goolwa pipis, to reflect the Mediterranean areas of North Africa. There's an impressive selection of minimal intervention wines, chosen by Welgemoed. The list is kept local to SA, bar two, from his homeland of South Africa. There’s also a magnum from Chile, in case of a really special occasion.
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Africola
4 East Terrace
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AFRICAN RESTAURANT located on East Terrace, Adelaide. South African BBQ dishes and banquets prepared in a vibrant dining room with a hip vibe. Compact simple cafe with a western soundtrack, African inspired vegetables, grilled and smoked meats, flatbreads, pickles and natural wine. The interior is elegant and refreshing, with soft features in between bright clutter such as Coke bottles and coloured vinyl chairs. Designed by co-owner James Brown and company Mash Studios, the space is demure in comparison to its former vivid look, which was stripped following a kitchen fire in early 2016. The repairs gave the duo the opportunity to reinvent and change the focus from South Africa (where Welgemoed was born) to North Africa. The North African diet is centred on vegetables and pulses with animal protein kept to a minimum, which is reflected in the menu. Choose a selection of share plates or have the kitchen decide and let the evening flow into an emulsion of punchy cocktails, charred vegetables and snacks of pickled turnip and baba ganoush. Proteins include a spiced lamb Merguez sausage, and charred peri-peri chicken. There’s also grilled octopus, sardines and Goolwa pipis, to reflect the Mediterranean areas of North Africa. There's an impressive selection of minimal intervention wines, chosen by Welgemoed. The list is kept local to SA, bar two, from his homeland of South Africa. There’s also a magnum from Chile, in case of a really special occasion.
Sfizio Cucina e Caffe is providing The Parade with a fresh, vibrant modern fit out accompanied with quality Italian cuisine with a few modern twists. A great balance between experience and youth, ‘Sfizio’ is a great place to get rid of your ‘cravings’. Open from 7:30am onwards 7 days a week.
Sfizio Cucina e Caffé
89 The Parade
Sfizio Cucina e Caffe is providing The Parade with a fresh, vibrant modern fit out accompanied with quality Italian cuisine with a few modern twists. A great balance between experience and youth, ‘Sfizio’ is a great place to get rid of your ‘cravings’. Open from 7:30am onwards 7 days a week.
Co-Work and Shared Office Space
BRICK+MORTAR is a Design Store featuring over 80 local independent artists, a cafe, co-working space with private studios and free hot-desks. This is also a fabulous venue to host workshops and events. OPEN EVERY DAY 8AM-4PM, CLOSED PUBLIC HOLIDAYS, 5 MINUTES FROM THE CBD.
Brick+Mortar Creative
49 George St
BRICK+MORTAR is a Design Store featuring over 80 local independent artists, a cafe, co-working space with private studios and free hot-desks. This is also a fabulous venue to host workshops and events. OPEN EVERY DAY 8AM-4PM, CLOSED PUBLIC HOLIDAYS, 5 MINUTES FROM THE CBD.
Adelaide co-working space and serviced offices are located in a stunning heritage listed building! Check out WOTSO Adelaide co-working for hot-desking, daily drop in and meeting room hire. WOTSO co-working space on Flinders street in Adelaide (entrance on Ifould) features an onsite café and our very own roof terrace, perfect for a beer on those summer evenings. You are able to choose from easy monthly co-working memberships or just drop in to hire the meeting rooms and impress clients! There is a range of modern, serviced offices at our space in varying sizes, perfect for individuals and larger teams.
WOTSO Adelaide
217 - 219 Flinders St
Adelaide co-working space and serviced offices are located in a stunning heritage listed building! Check out WOTSO Adelaide co-working for hot-desking, daily drop in and meeting room hire. WOTSO co-working space on Flinders street in Adelaide (entrance on Ifould) features an onsite café and our very own roof terrace, perfect for a beer on those summer evenings. You are able to choose from easy monthly co-working memberships or just drop in to hire the meeting rooms and impress clients! There is a range of modern, serviced offices at our space in varying sizes, perfect for individuals and larger teams.
Hub Australia is a co-working community for growing businesses in Australia, providing premium workspaces, business networks and member services. Hub Australia’s mission has always been to create a home for businesses to grow, and we deliver this through beautiful, all-inclusive workspaces with inspirational national and global business communities. Founded by Brad Krauskopf in 2011, Hub Australia operates to not only provide beautiful and functional workspaces, but also to connect people and organisations with talent, ideas, and resources so they can achieve their goals. Hub has become the largest Australian owned and operated coworking provider, with locations in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Brisbane. Beautiful spaces and curated business communities Hub provides state-of-the-art workspaces and premium amenities that let you focus on growing your business in a beautiful setting. With stunning hospitality areas and cafés, professional development and networking events, and open communal areas, Hub Australia is more than just an office space.
Hub Adelaide
5 Peel St
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Fine Dining
Modern European Australian menu featuring the best of local produce done with traditional flourishes. Think South Australian king prawns and oysters, Cape Grim beef and boutique-producer quails, finished with herb butters, sherry creams and cabernet glazes, all brought to the table with flawless silver service. The mix is kind of new-school old-school – the lovely European traditions such as soup starters and sorbet palette cleansers, and the triumphant post-dinner appearance of the port and cheese trolley are vintage signatures on a contemporary approach. Then there’s the thoroughly romantic setting of an elegant historic sandstone residence, warmed on cooler nights by a potbelly stove. If lovers aren’t already engaged, chances are the atmosphere of Lenzerheide will have the question popped before the last drop of port is drained.
Lenzerheide Restaurant
146 Belair Road
Modern European Australian menu featuring the best of local produce done with traditional flourishes. Think South Australian king prawns and oysters, Cape Grim beef and boutique-producer quails, finished with herb butters, sherry creams and cabernet glazes, all brought to the table with flawless silver service. The mix is kind of new-school old-school – the lovely European traditions such as soup starters and sorbet palette cleansers, and the triumphant post-dinner appearance of the port and cheese trolley are vintage signatures on a contemporary approach. Then there’s the thoroughly romantic setting of an elegant historic sandstone residence, warmed on cooler nights by a potbelly stove. If lovers aren’t already engaged, chances are the atmosphere of Lenzerheide will have the question popped before the last drop of port is drained.
Jock Zonfrillo is a culinary crusader. He’s a chef with a vision, intent on painting a picture of Australia on a plate. And at his small fine-dining Orana on Rundle Street, he caters to adventurous diners who come from all over to graze upon his artistry. The Scottish-born chef who adopted South Australia as his home in 2000, immerses his guests in a mind-blowing array of indigenous ingredients, either sourced from prime suppliers, or foraged locally. There’s the expected: Spencer Gulf prawns, succulent kangaroo, crocodile and Kangaroo Island marron, for instance. Then there’s the completely unexpected: green ants, native mulberries peppers, and cherries, and sea parsley, all grown wild on the Australian continent, all filed under “bush tucker” by the majority. Only across upwards of 20 seasonal courses and small plates, Zonfrillo creates powerfully original dishes that critics rave about for being exquisite and adventurous, yet unpretentious, and which have enshrined his elegant eatery, and Adelaide along with it, in the echelons of destination dining.
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Orana
285 Rundle St
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Jock Zonfrillo is a culinary crusader. He’s a chef with a vision, intent on painting a picture of Australia on a plate. And at his small fine-dining Orana on Rundle Street, he caters to adventurous diners who come from all over to graze upon his artistry. The Scottish-born chef who adopted South Australia as his home in 2000, immerses his guests in a mind-blowing array of indigenous ingredients, either sourced from prime suppliers, or foraged locally. There’s the expected: Spencer Gulf prawns, succulent kangaroo, crocodile and Kangaroo Island marron, for instance. Then there’s the completely unexpected: green ants, native mulberries peppers, and cherries, and sea parsley, all grown wild on the Australian continent, all filed under “bush tucker” by the majority. Only across upwards of 20 seasonal courses and small plates, Zonfrillo creates powerfully original dishes that critics rave about for being exquisite and adventurous, yet unpretentious, and which have enshrined his elegant eatery, and Adelaide along with it, in the echelons of destination dining.
When the historic Adelaide Oval was redeveloped, a striking restaurant space was built into the exclusive Audi Stadium Club. As is cricket club tradition, it was intended to be for members only. Lucky for food and wine lovers everywhere, the welcoming folk of Adelaide are very generous. It was decided to open it to the public for dinners five nights a week. And so, a legend in the making was born. The resulting fine dining restaurant Hill of Grace is aptly named – it’s effortlessly graceful, a calm, elegant space where everything happens just so. Also as the name suggests, Hill of Grace is a place of pilgrimage for lovers of South Australia’s world-famous wines. It’s home to the planet’s only complete (and priceless) collection of Henschke’s legendary Hill of Grace shiraz vintages dating from 1958 to now, encased in a glass cabinet lining the main thoroughfare into the restaurant. Hill of Grace is home to an extraordinary South-Australian-only, carefully-curated list of a little over 150 wines. Of course, there’s a brilliant food offering to go with, and it too, is distinctly South Australian. Chef Dennis Leslie uses native fruits and plants alongside flavours from his Asian upbringing and French training. And there is a remarkably good team delivering it all, from the warm yet professional setting- and occasion-appropriate welcome, to the seamless and discreet service, tending to the a la carte or degustation offerings.
Hill of Grace Restaurant
When the historic Adelaide Oval was redeveloped, a striking restaurant space was built into the exclusive Audi Stadium Club. As is cricket club tradition, it was intended to be for members only. Lucky for food and wine lovers everywhere, the welcoming folk of Adelaide are very generous. It was decided to open it to the public for dinners five nights a week. And so, a legend in the making was born. The resulting fine dining restaurant Hill of Grace is aptly named – it’s effortlessly graceful, a calm, elegant space where everything happens just so. Also as the name suggests, Hill of Grace is a place of pilgrimage for lovers of South Australia’s world-famous wines. It’s home to the planet’s only complete (and priceless) collection of Henschke’s legendary Hill of Grace shiraz vintages dating from 1958 to now, encased in a glass cabinet lining the main thoroughfare into the restaurant. Hill of Grace is home to an extraordinary South-Australian-only, carefully-curated list of a little over 150 wines. Of course, there’s a brilliant food offering to go with, and it too, is distinctly South Australian. Chef Dennis Leslie uses native fruits and plants alongside flavours from his Asian upbringing and French training. And there is a remarkably good team delivering it all, from the warm yet professional setting- and occasion-appropriate welcome, to the seamless and discreet service, tending to the a la carte or degustation offerings.
Yorkshire-born Sean Connolly is inspired by the same principles which underpin the best of South Australian dining: “generosity, imagination and a healthy respect for excellent produce” are those principles and they are things his grandmother taught him as a young aspiring cook. That’s why the world-renowned chef’s latest New York brasserie-inspired restaurant is a perfect fit for Adelaide. Sean’s Kitchen, at the historic Adelaide Casino pays homage to South Australian provenance with the fresh and down-to-earth approach Connolly is famous for. Find fire-grilled Spencer Gulf prawns, local scampi, prime South Australian beef done tartare style, slow-roasted local lamb, award-winning artisan cheeses from Wrights of the Adelaide Hills, South Australian oysters and more on a menu that proudly lists its local suppliers such as Richard Gunner’s Fine Meats, Saskia Beer Barossa Farm Produce and several Port Lincoln seafood companies. The wine list showcases carefully picked South Australian vintages from the various regions, such as the ’98 Jenke Late Disgorged Sparkling Shiraz from the Barossa Valley and the ‘13 Mollydooker The Violinist Verdelho from McLaren Vale, among a superb selection of national and internationals. With two private dining rooms, a chef’s table and a unique museum of ham, it’s a place with a sense of occasion, though you’re welcome to come any time.
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Sean's Kitchen
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Yorkshire-born Sean Connolly is inspired by the same principles which underpin the best of South Australian dining: “generosity, imagination and a healthy respect for excellent produce” are those principles and they are things his grandmother taught him as a young aspiring cook. That’s why the world-renowned chef’s latest New York brasserie-inspired restaurant is a perfect fit for Adelaide. Sean’s Kitchen, at the historic Adelaide Casino pays homage to South Australian provenance with the fresh and down-to-earth approach Connolly is famous for. Find fire-grilled Spencer Gulf prawns, local scampi, prime South Australian beef done tartare style, slow-roasted local lamb, award-winning artisan cheeses from Wrights of the Adelaide Hills, South Australian oysters and more on a menu that proudly lists its local suppliers such as Richard Gunner’s Fine Meats, Saskia Beer Barossa Farm Produce and several Port Lincoln seafood companies. The wine list showcases carefully picked South Australian vintages from the various regions, such as the ’98 Jenke Late Disgorged Sparkling Shiraz from the Barossa Valley and the ‘13 Mollydooker The Violinist Verdelho from McLaren Vale, among a superb selection of national and internationals. With two private dining rooms, a chef’s table and a unique museum of ham, it’s a place with a sense of occasion, though you’re welcome to come any time.
Destination Dining
Situated at the spiritual home of Penfolds, the restaurant is located just 8km from the city of Adelaide, approximately a 15 minute journey by car and situated adjacent to the Magill Estate Vineyard, Winery and Cellars. The restaurant combines modern architectural style with the natural attributes of its Adelaide foothills location and historic surrounds and delivers a contemporary and comfortable fine dining atmosphere. Contemporary food, an extensive collection of Penfolds wines, exemplary service and stunning views completes one of Australia’s finest food and wine experiences.
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Penfolds Magill Estate Cellar Door
78 Penfold Rd
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Situated at the spiritual home of Penfolds, the restaurant is located just 8km from the city of Adelaide, approximately a 15 minute journey by car and situated adjacent to the Magill Estate Vineyard, Winery and Cellars. The restaurant combines modern architectural style with the natural attributes of its Adelaide foothills location and historic surrounds and delivers a contemporary and comfortable fine dining atmosphere. Contemporary food, an extensive collection of Penfolds wines, exemplary service and stunning views completes one of Australia’s finest food and wine experiences.
Windy Point Restaurant and Cafe are situated just 15 minutes from the heart of the city. Through full length 180° windows, guests enjoy breathtaking panoramic views, sweeping from the Gulf of St Vincent to the Adelaide Hills. The Windy Point Restaurant is formal, contemporary dining at its best. Executive Chef Justin Miles utilises fresh seasonal produce to create an exciting and ever-evolving menu with a commitment to excellence to complement the view with exemplary food and service.
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Windy Point Restaurant
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Windy Point Restaurant and Cafe are situated just 15 minutes from the heart of the city. Through full length 180° windows, guests enjoy breathtaking panoramic views, sweeping from the Gulf of St Vincent to the Adelaide Hills. The Windy Point Restaurant is formal, contemporary dining at its best. Executive Chef Justin Miles utilises fresh seasonal produce to create an exciting and ever-evolving menu with a commitment to excellence to complement the view with exemplary food and service.
Food at the The Salopian Inn is eclectic – an edible story, if you like – of Karena’s culinary journey and her ever persistent need to learn more, eat more and cook more. The Salopian Inn kitchen team loves to cook… and only with local, seasonal produce. They take great pride in their craft, making all that they offer from scratch. For over four years we have been cultivating an organic kitchen garden at my home, with Maddie as its fearless gardener. The garden now provides a large percentage of fruit, vegetables and herbs for the restaurant. The seasons dictate what we cook to ensure the freshest and best quality ingredients. We only use pasture-fed, locally sourced beef and lamb, free range poultry and pork as well as Australian caught seafood. You are encouraged to put yourself in their hands: $80 pp tasting menu showcases their most-loved dishes. You will enjoy a selection of entrées, main courses and dessert. If there are some dishes you would like to try in particular, just let them know.
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The Salopian Inn
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Food at the The Salopian Inn is eclectic – an edible story, if you like – of Karena’s culinary journey and her ever persistent need to learn more, eat more and cook more. The Salopian Inn kitchen team loves to cook… and only with local, seasonal produce. They take great pride in their craft, making all that they offer from scratch. For over four years we have been cultivating an organic kitchen garden at my home, with Maddie as its fearless gardener. The garden now provides a large percentage of fruit, vegetables and herbs for the restaurant. The seasons dictate what we cook to ensure the freshest and best quality ingredients. We only use pasture-fed, locally sourced beef and lamb, free range poultry and pork as well as Australian caught seafood. You are encouraged to put yourself in their hands: $80 pp tasting menu showcases their most-loved dishes. You will enjoy a selection of entrées, main courses and dessert. If there are some dishes you would like to try in particular, just let them know.
No one will be able to top your weekend story if you visit the d’Arenberg Cube in McLaren Vale. Imagine a $15 million, five story Rubik’s cube, overlooking a vineyard, housing a restaurant inside. With sixty contemporary artworks, including installations where you find yourself squeezing bike horns to release the scent of winemaking, there’s a bit of Willy Wonka whimsy for everyone to enjoy. Embrace the unexpected. Once your appetite for the eclectic has been piqued, you’ll be ready to move seamlessly onto the food, which is imbued with the same imaginative playfulness as its surrounds. Diners are invited to try the seasonal degustation menu with wines to match. Visitors take note, this enchanting Cube also fulfils that most seminal of roles within the winery – it’s a cellar door where you can pick up a few bottles for the road!
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d'Arenberg
58 Osborn Rd
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No one will be able to top your weekend story if you visit the d’Arenberg Cube in McLaren Vale. Imagine a $15 million, five story Rubik’s cube, overlooking a vineyard, housing a restaurant inside. With sixty contemporary artworks, including installations where you find yourself squeezing bike horns to release the scent of winemaking, there’s a bit of Willy Wonka whimsy for everyone to enjoy. Embrace the unexpected. Once your appetite for the eclectic has been piqued, you’ll be ready to move seamlessly onto the food, which is imbued with the same imaginative playfulness as its surrounds. Diners are invited to try the seasonal degustation menu with wines to match. Visitors take note, this enchanting Cube also fulfils that most seminal of roles within the winery – it’s a cellar door where you can pick up a few bottles for the road!