Around Adelaide 

"Adelaide is home to great restaurants, premium food and wine, safe beaches and a calendar packed full of sporting, arts and cultural events. Outside of the city, the wineries of the Barossa Valley and McLaren Vale, unspoilt beaches of the Fleurieu Peninsula and wildlife parks of the Adelaide Hills are all only a short drive away.
Adelaide's world-class conference facilities and hotels, great affordability, safe environment and accessibility, have always been very positively received by convention organisers and delegates. I am certain the 11th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference delegates will find the city welcoming and memorable.
- Damien Kitto
Chief Executive Officer, Adelaide Convention Bureau

Whether you have an hour or a week to spare, why not make the most of your trip to Adelaide and join a tour? For more information on tours to suit everyone's schedule, budget and interests, click here.


Food & Wine

Adelaide is renowned for its premier wine regions. Why not head just one hour North to the Barossa Valley and sample some of its world famous Shiraz and authentic regional produce. Or take a trip South of the city and discover the McLaren Vale, with over 70 cellar doors located in the region there's plenty to choose from. Whilst you are in the city make sure you visit Adelaide Central Markets and sample some of the delicious fresh produce South Australia has to boast.

History & Culture

Take in some of the South Australian History and Culture by taking a stroll along North Terrace. Witness the spectacular architecture and pop into the Art Gallery of South Australia and the South Australian Museum. You won't be disappointed. If you fancy venturing further afield take a trip to the Historic Port Adelaide and stop in at one of the classic Australian Pubs for a drink.


Rundle Mall is the heart of the Adelaide shopping precinct.  If you're after a bargain head to one of the many outlet stores located in Harbour Town.


Catch the historic Glenelg Tram and head just 12km out of the city to the beach, the site of South Australia's first mainland settlement. Not only can you see wild dolphins you can also swim with them. Make sure you don't miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity. Fancy something a little quieter? Head South to the Fleurieu Peninsula situated just 45 minutes South of Adelaide. There are lots of secluded beaches and bays to discover along with beautiful seaside towns such as Port Elliot.