*The National Wine Centre will be closed on Good Friday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day so further time will be spent exploring the city.
Morning pick up from selected Adelaide Hotels
Adelaide city sights
Adelaides Cultural Boulevard of
North Terrace - University, Library, Art Gallery & Museum
Historic North Adelaide
St Peters Cathedral
The famous Adelaide Oval
Haighs Chocolates factory tour and tastings (except Sundays & all Public Holidays)
Selected afternoon set downs
ADD-ON Why not combine your Adelaide City Highlights tour with a Popeye Cruise or Giant Panda Viewing tour?
Simple A ? B transfers
Proms and Graduations
Birthdays 18th, 21st, 60th etc
Bucks & Hens shows
Engagements and Weddings
BUDGET-COACH TOURS (Activity based)
South Australia has some of the finest wineries in the world like Adelaide Hills, McLaren Vale, Langhorne Creek, Barossa Valley, Eden Hills which we can arrange.
We have Many years experience in passenger transport in South Australia, and pride ourselves in providing a safe, comfortable, enjoyable and economical passenger transport service.
A large range of coach tours are available throughout the all states of Australia. Often there are several individual tours following similar itineraries, each tour offering something different.
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FAQs About Adelaide Tours
There are many day tour destinations situated in and around Adelaide, making it one of the top tourist destinations. There is something for adults as well as children here, so it definitely something to look forward to. If you are planning a trip to Adelaide, this section of Frequently Asked Questions about Adelaide tours will definitely help you.
FAQs about Adelaide Tours
Q: What are the Day Tour destinations around Adelaide?
A: There are many day tour destinations around Adelaide that can be accessed by just driving down. They are:
o The Barossa Valley - 60 minutes drive
o Victor Harbour (Fleurieu Peninsula) - 70 minutes drive
o Adelaide Hills - 20 minutes drive
o McLaren Vale (Fleurieu Peninsula) - 40 minutes drive
o River Murray, Murray Bridge - 60 minutes drive
o Clare Valley, Starts from Auburn - 90 minutes drive
o Kangaroo Island - 90 minutes drive to ferry and 45 minutes for crossing
o Kangaroo Island - 30 minutes Flight
o Flinders Range - approximately five hours drive
Q: Does Adelaide have an international airport?
A: Yes, Adelaide does have an international airport and has many international airlines landing there, like Singapore Airlines, Honk Kong Airlines, etc. There are as many as 20 flights from Sydney and Melbourne, so domestic connections can happen very easily.
Q: When do the wineries around Adelaide open to tourists?
A: Generally the wineries open from 10am - 5pm, but this varies from winery to winery, so it would be advisable to confirm beforehand. You can plan your wine day tour in such a way that you visit a maximum of three vineyards in the morning and then plan the rest after lunch and on your way back to Adelaide.
Q: Are there any health retreats around Adelaide?
A: Yes, there are plenty of health farms and health retreats, both in and around Adelaide. Adelaide is the perfect setting for your healthy holiday and the beautiful and scenic areas around Adelaide are home to many health retreats.
Q: How far is Kangaroo Island? How do I get there?
A: Kangaroo Island can be reached by both air and sea. You can take a 30 minute flight from Adelaide Airport, which brings you to Kingscote Airport on Kangaroo Island. You can then travel into Kingscote, which is about 13km from the airport. You can rent a car and drive around when on Kangaroo Island.
Sealink operates daily ferries from Cape Jervis to Penneshaw and there on you can take a coach, but it is essential that you book your ferry beforehand and also make travel and transfer arrangements. It will take you around 90 minutes to reach Cape Jervis and thereon 45 minutes by ferry. You can partake in a day tour or you can plan a good two to three days stay.
Q: Where can I go in Adelaide by travelling on Free Public Transport?
A: Adelaide has plenty of free public transport for eager tourists. You can travel by the Adelaide Bee-Line or the City Loop buses, which operate six days a week. The Adelaide City Council, too, has free connector bus services, which operate seven days a week and this links North Adelaide to main Adelaide and also stops at many of Adelaide's tourist destinations.
Q: Which are the main attractions in Adelaide?
A: Adelaide has a lot to see and experience. You can start with the North Terrace, which has gardens, art galleries, museums and much more located there. You can even take one of the many walking Adelaide tours through which you can see all of Adelaide. If you are interested in a movie, then you can catch one at one of the cinemas situated on Rundle Street East, Hindley Street and Hindmarsh Square. You can get your entertainment information from Adelaide's daily newspaper, The Advertiser, which has an entertainment section listing everything or you can wait until Thursday to view a copy of "Rip It Up", which lists all the happening city pubs, CD shops and cafes.
If you are looking for an Adelaide bus tour, then you can contact us. For more information, please click here: http://www.flashminibus.com.au/adelaide/adelaide-wine-tours/
There are so many places of interest in Adelaide and the state of South Australia, give us a call or send us an email today for a personalised and obligation free quote. Our friendly and experienced Team are awaiting your call.
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