Things to Do in Adelaide, Australia (I)
• Things to Do in Adelaide, Australia: National Wine Centre of Australia
Visit the impressive National Wine Centre of Australia, which offers a terrific interactive wine discovery journey and exhibition as well as insights into the Australian wine industry. Taste an extensive selection of Australian wines in the Concourse Café, open daily for tastings, wine sales and lunches.
• Things to Do in Adelaide, Australia: Tour of the Adelaide Oval
Take a tour of the Adelaide Oval, widely regarded as the most picturesque test cricket ground in the world, with St Peter's Cathedral rising behind an elegant Edwardian scoreboard. (10am Mon to Fri, non-match days, starting from inside the Phil Ridings Gates at the southern end). Also check out the free Bradman Collection Museum that brings together the personal cricket memorabilia of the greatest batsman in the history of cricket, Sir Donald Bradman.
• Things to Do in Adelaide, Australia: South Australian Museum
Explore the South Australian Museum, home to the world's largest collection of Australian Aboriginal cultural material, with over 3,000 artefacts on display, and the culturally significant Yuendumu Doors. The South Australian Biodiversity Gallery features the land and marine wildlife of South Australia while other galleries include Pacific Cultures, Megafauna, Opalised Fossils, and Mawson memorabilia.
• Things to Do in Adelaide, Australia: Adelaide Central Market
Eat your way around the Adelaide Central Market (Tuesday to Saturday) with its 100 plus stalls offering fruit and veg, meat and poultry, seafood, bakery goods, cheeses, nuts, health foods. Some great places to check out include: T-Bar for fine teas, The Grind for great coffee, Say Cheese, Samtass Seafood, the Mushroom Man, Dough (for breads and pastries) Feast for Coorong Angus Beef, and lamb, pork and poultry from specialist breeders, the House of Organics, Jagger Fine Foods (for South Australian olives, dips and antipasti), and Wild Oz (for game and bush tucker condiments).
Surrounding the markets are Chinatown, the Market Plaza and the Market Arcade which offer a terrific range of dining options as does Gouger Street.