ADELAIDE SCENIC COASTLINE

Timeframe :

  • 10.00am | Pick up Festival drive, Adelaide, rear of Adelaide railway station.
  • 10.30am | Port Adelaide (11.30am Dolphin cruise & Lunch)
  • 2.30pm | Glenelg
  • 4.00pm | Drop off Festival drive, Adelaide, rear of Adelaide railway station.

*Excludes lunch and Cruise fare


Highlights :

Port Adelaide, South Australia’s maritime heartland is a historic precinct, rich with culture and beautiful colonial buildings.

Fishermen’s Wharf Market, established over 20 years ago, located near the Lighthouse at Port Adelaide is a massive indoor market sprawls over two levels. It offers an eclectic mix of stalls, such as gifts, collectables, clothing, and food.

The Lighthouse, located at the end of Commercial Road is an icon in Port Adelaide. First Lit in 1869, its history to its current location is one to read. Your stop for lunch, choose from many great cafes, pubs and restaurants.

The Clipper Ship City of Adelaide is the world's oldest clipper ship. Built in Sunderland, England, and launched on 7 May 1864, and used for transporting passengers and goods between Britain and Australia.

Port River cruises, relax and take in the scenery. Sit back and do some Dolphin spotting and enjoy some lunch with a great view.

Glenelg, a beachside holiday destination for recreation and leisure. Famous for, Jetty Road, starting from Brighton Road, it is almost 1 kilometre long, is a major tourism and retail precinct, offering coastline views, shops, attractions, restaurants and fine dining. Visit the Maritime Museum for an informative history, the beach-house for entertainment and fun, or stroll down the Hold-Fast Marina.

WHAT'S INCLUDED
$30pp
  • Includes 2 destinations :
  • Port Adelaide
  • Glenelg
  • Duration :
  • 6 Hours
  • Timeline :
  • 10.00am - 4.00pm