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Morning Adelaide City Tour
Gray Line Day Tour 581

With its vibrant culture built on world famous festivals, food and wine, cosmopolitan Adelaide is an elegant city with a rich past and a passion for fine living.

Its historic buildings, gardens, wide boulevards and over 7 square kilometres of green parklands circling the city centre make Adelaide truly unique.

Highlights of this tour

  • Classic Victoria Square - the heart of the city
  • Cosmopolitan Gouger Street - home to Chinatown, great restaurants and bars
  • Grand boulevard of King William Street including Beehive Corner at the head of Rundle Mall
  • The Terraces - north, south, east and west separating the city from the parklands
  • River Torrens - picturesque garden banks
  • Elegant Parliament House
  • State Library
  • Trinity Church, Adelaide’s oldest church
  • Trendy Hutt Street where Adelaide love to eat, drink and relax
  • Visit famous Haigh’s Chocolates* - enjoy a complimentary tea or coffee and fine chocolates after a tour of the factory
  • Stop at St Peter’s Cathedral
  • Stunning Adelaide Oval, home to the the Bradman collection is one of Australia’s most notable cricket grounds now even more spectacular following the rebuild
  • Colonel Light’s on Montefiore Hill - panoramic views over Adelaide
  • Beautiful Plane Tree Drive alongside the Botanic Gardens and the Adelaide Zoo

Adult: $59   Child: $29.50

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Victoria Square fountain

Adult: $59

Child: $29.50

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Operates

Daily
Departs: 9.15am Returns: 12.00pm
Tour concludes at the Adelaide Central Bus Station (no hotel drop offs)

Fare Includes

Coach touring and Haigh's Chocolates*

Tour Code

581

This tour at a glance

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Note

*Haigh's not available Sunday and public holidays

Image Credits: Some images courtesy of South Australian Tourism Commission

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