Our volunteers help you discover our city, orienting you to various attractions and providing advice on how to get around.
You will be matched with a greeter who shares your interests and speaks your language.
It's best to book at least three days before you arrive.
The Access Adelaide Guide includes accessibility details on transport, services, entertainment, toilets, parking and places to visit, plus useful contact details and websites with access and disability information.
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Getting to know a new city can take time. Even with the best planning, you may find you need a bit of extra help or advice. If you’re in Adelaide and have some questions, there are a number of places to find friendly and helpful people to point you in the right direction.
The Adelaide Visitor Information Centre is located in the heart of Adelaide's shopping precinct, and offers assistance to local, interstate and overseas visitors.
The Centre is staffed by knowledgeable, enthusiastic volunteers who can assist you with directions, brochures, maps, event guides and holiday suggestions that will make your visit to Adelaide an enjoyable one.
Free wheelchair and pusher hire is available.
T: 1300 588 140
Monday – Friday: 10am – 5pm
Saturday – Sunday: 10am – 4pm
Public holidays: 11am – 3pm
Closed on Christmas and Good Friday.
Whether you want to discover South Australian local specialties or locate an exotic ingredient, the Central Market offers a world of cuisines. The Central Market Information Booth aids shoppers and tourists with information and helps people experience the gastronomic culture of the Central Market.
Situated along the northern wall (Grote St side) of the Market near the lifts, the booth is staffed by Visitor Information Services volunteers.