Explore it all on your doorstep.
North Adelaide Golf Course
Nestled in the Northern Park Lands and just minutes away from the City Centre, the North Adelaide Golf Course boasts spectacular views of the City of Adelaide.
Adelaide Aquatic Centre
Located in the North Adelaide Parklands, Adelaide Aquatic Centre has plenty of fun for the whole family.
South Australian Museum
Immerse yourself in the past, present and future, in science or creative endeavour when visiting the South Australian Museum. Enjoy a fun and engaging look at Australia’s natural and cultural heritage.
Adelaide Town Hall
The Adelaide Town Hall is a significant icon in the history of the city. Both the striking physical presence and social importance are admired by residents and visitors. With visitors such as The Beatles, Prince Charles and Lady Diana, as well as the Dalai Lama the building has a rich history! While you're there, book yourself in for a free tour or check out one of the many events.
Visit the Adelaide Gaol for a guided tour, learn about a history that extends from the time of the early settler’s right through to today and hear some of the fascinating stories of the Gaol’s prisoners and their life behind bars.
Aboriginal Cultural Attractions
We are a City rich with Aboriginal cultural attractions. With stunning public art pieces and magnificent painted work, it is a worthwhile experience for any local or visitor to appreciate on foot or by bike.
A great way to learn more about Kaurna people - the original inhabitants of Adelaide and European history in the city is to follow the Kaurna yerta tampendi Walking Trail, which honours and recognises the Kaurna people and their traditional ownership and custodianship of the Adelaide Plains. Twenty six significant sites have been linked by this trail which follows the Torrens River, North Terrace and into Victoria Square.
The City of Adelaide has many insightful and beautiful Aboriginal artworks and places of interest. Download the Aboriginal attractions guide to find out more about key works and sites including interactive experiences at Tandanya – National Aboriginal Cultural Institute and the South Australian Museum. Both sites provide some insight into the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures from both an historic and contemporary point of view.