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A Great Wine Capital of the World
Adelaide has been recognised as one of the Great Wine Capitals of the World – a network of nine major global cities that share a common feature: their internationally renowned wine regions.

With 200 stunning cellar doors less than an hour’s drive from the CBD and 18 world-renowned wine regions nearby, it's no surprise why.

Soak up our city culture
Since 1870, Adelaide Central Market has been at the epicentre of South Australia's foodie culture.

It’s a vibrant and busy place filled with cafés, cheese shops, bakeries, patisseries, fruit and vegetable stalls, meat and seafood outlets.

There are dozens of artisan food producers selling everything from local olive oil to old-fashioned sweets.

Experience the best of Adelaide's arts scene at the Art Gallery of South Australia and the South Australian Museum on Adelaide's cultural boulevard, North Terrace. 

Then head to the Adelaide Zoo to meet Wang Wang and Fu Ni – the southern hemisphere’s only giant pandas.

Take a backstage tour of the famous Adelaide Oval, with highlights including the changing rooms, the manual scoreboard and heading out on to the pitch.

You can even climb 50 metres above the playing field in an adventure like no other with the Commonwealth Bank Roof Climb.

Explore our regions – from the outback to the hills and the sea

South Australia is a region of stark but stunning contrasts.

From the world’s best wineries and sumptuous food of the Barossa to the rolling landscapes of the Clare Valley, to the isolated and rugged beauty of Kangaroo Island, our state is a melting pot of Australia’s most beautiful landscapes.

Keep exploring our regions here!