Spring in Adelaide
Posted: 10th December 2019
Posted in: Latest News
Spring in Adelaide marks the start of longer days and warmer nights. Known as the 20 minute city, you can take walk among nature in the hills, have fish and chips on the beach and enjoy the many fabulous events and venues on offer. Read on to discover our top tips to enjoying spring in Adelaide.
Adelaide Botanic Garden
The Adelaide Botanic Garden is one of the most beautiful in the country with 16 hectares of Australian natives, rare exotic and ornamental plants, lilies and lush, green grass. Be sure to visit the Palm House for insta-worthy moments. Built in 1877, it is definitely one of a kind glass house.
Adelaide’s bars are known for mixing up a mean cocktail, guaranteed to get you thawed-out in the warmer weather. Sip a classic cosmopolitan at Leigh Street’s Pink Moon Saloon, a famed espresso martini overlooking the city lights at Hennessy Bar or a negroni in the 1950’s-inspired Maybe Mae.
Paddle on the Torrens
Want to see a different view of Adelaide? Hop on a boat and paddle along the Torrens, passing the Convention Centre, Adelaide Oval and many other riverside sights of Adelaide. $20 buys you and two friends a 30-minute paddle. Sign us up!
Adelaide Central Market
With more than 9 million visitors every year, the Adelaide Central Market has remained the food mecca for multicultural cuisine and fresh produce for over 150 years. The Market offers a huge range of fresh food including fruit and vegetables, meat and poultry, seafood, cheeses, bakery, smallgoods and health foods along with some of Adelaide’s most popular cafes and eateries.
Where to stay?
Stay with us this spring! Our hotel is nestled amongst the leafy plane trees of Wakefield Street in Adelaide’s east, and just minutes from the city-centre, cultural attractions, shopping and an array of restaurants, bars and cafes.
Photo Credit: Adelaide Central Market
Photographer: Ian Routledge