Adelaide is the fifth- largest city in Australia set between rolling hills on one side and coastal beaches on the other. With a population of just over 1 million people, the city is planned around a grid system so although it may be smaller than other capital cities, it is perfectly formed. Famous for being the wine capital of Australia, for the Adelaide Writer's Festival and for the access to the coastal beauty of nearby Kangaroo Island as well its family friendly café culture, Adelaide and its surrounds have a lot to offer.
Major Festivals and Events in Adelaide
August 2017, Barossa Gourmet Weekend
Not far from the city centre you will find the beautiful Barossa Valley. This Gormet Weekend is all about the food, wine and live entertainment!
January 2018, Australia Day
Officially celebrate the landing of the first fleet in 1788. The country comes together for boat races, parties and picnics a plenty!
March 2018, Adelaide Festival
The Adelaide Festival is a cultural celebration of art, performance and culture with lots of different events for the whole family. The Adelaide writer’s week during the festival offers a program to satisfy the literary curious – from children’s literature, to poetry to history and film.
March 2018, Adelaide World of Music, Arts and Dance (WOM)
4 days of artists, dancers and musicians from all over the world! WOM is a fun filled and popular festival. Food lovers can participate in a Taste the World cooking program or just enjoy the goods at the many food stalls on offer! There is something for everyone!