About Adelaide

Joining us at National Congress in Adelaide, or still thinking about attending? We asked some of South Australia’s local members, Board Member’s and National Congress speakers to share with us their favourite spots in the city to help you make the most of your time in stunning South Australia! 

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Where to grab the best coffee...
There are too many to choose from, Tell Henry on Gilbert Street and The Parade in Norwood. 

Want to try the best food in Adelaide...
My family’s favorite is Singapore House on Glen Osmond Road or Hispanic Mechanic.

Looking to socialise in Adelaide, head too...
Hains & Co in Gilbert Place if they love Gin, then this is the place to go, or if you want trendy, then 2KW on King William Street is the place to be seen.

Staying on in Adelaide? Idea’s for the weekend...
Adelaide Hills! There is too much to do in one day, whether it be Wine, Food or simply driving through the amazing scenery, you can’t go wrong. (Top tip - Pike & Joyce or Golding’s Winery and maybe stay the night in Stirling or Crafers)

Adelaide’s best kept secret?
Lot 100 in Nairne, perfect for people that love Gin and Beer and won’t stay unknown for long!

 

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Where to grab the best coffee...
Coffylosophy,they are dedicated to good coffee.

Want to try the best food in Adelaide...
La Viet L’Amour – an Australian/Vietnamese restaurant, great food, great hosts & great value.

Looking to socialise in Adelaide, head too...
Any of the new Gin Bars in Adelaide – only the best will do

Staying on in Adelaide? Idea’s for the weekend...
The Adelaide Hills, Wineries and the Distilleries. Great food and even better wine.

Adelaide’s best kept secret?
Kangaroo Island – hard to get to, but full of great things to do!

 

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Where to grab the best coffee...
Sassy café in Moseley Square Glenelg.

Want to try the best food in Adelaide...
The Red Ochre on Torrens Lake. There is a great view of the city with a local slant on the food.

Looking to socialise in Adelaide, head too....
Either the Avoca Hotel or The Oyster Bar at the Glenelg Marina

Staying on in Adelaide? Idea’s for the weekend...
Wine tasting either at the Barossa or McLaren Vale. Both only an hour away, beautiful scenery and so many wineries to visit so close together.

Adelaide’s best kept secret?
Our beautiful beaches or all the small towns and wineries throughout the Adelaide Hills. or driving down the Take a drive down the Fleurieu Peninsula and lunch at The Flying Fish restaurant at Horseshoe Bay is a must.

 

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Where to grab the best coffee...
The Garden Café in Seacliff.

Want to try the best food in Adelaide...
Head to Gouger Street in the city.

Looking to socialise in Adelaide, head too....
On the balcony at the Seacliff Beach hotel overlooking the ocean.

Staying on in Adelaide? Idea’s for the weekend...
Barossa Valley Winery Tour ( Seppeltsfield is a must)

Adelaide’s best kept secret?
I may be biased but we do have the best seafood in the world, to name a few:

Coffin Bay Oysters

  • Southern bluefin Tuna
  • Southern Rock Lobster
  • Blue swimmer crabs
  • King George Whiting

 

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When my friends come to Adelaide, I take them for drinks at?
In the city we love going to Peel and Leigh streets, in the heart of the city, which are full of wonderful ‘laneway’ restaurants and Cafes, boasting local wine and produce.

The restaurant that best showcases Adelaide is?
2KW is a rooftop Restaurant and Bar. Located at 2 King William street offering you a beautiful view of the city’s best assets and the Adelaide Oval.

For the best coffee I go to?
Fare and Square Café (Best breakfast too!)

The best day trip out of Adelaide is?
Spend the day driving down to Victor Harbour. Beautiful beaches and seaside towns abound. Great food, wine, cafes, hotels and restaurants. The best beaches in SA are down south

Best kept secret in Adelaide or SA is?
Adelaide is not a ‘sleepy’ city as some think. We have a thriving business and industry here. Our housing is affordable and the lifestyle enviable. Along the Barossa Valley, which is internationally renowned– Clare Valley (mid north SA) wine region produces the best Riesling in the world and McLaren Vale (south) produce some of the best Shiraz and the recently installed D’Arenberg Cube – a 5 storey building with cellar door, restaurant , 360 degree views and other enticing displays such as museum and video room.

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For the best coffee I go to?
Cibo on Hutt Street.

Want to try the best food in Adelaide...
For a view over the Adelaide Plains and world class cuisine, you can’t beat Windy Point Restaurant. Or one of the quintessentially Adelaide restaurants along the Torrens River - The Red Ochre or Jolly’s Boathouse. There is a terrific Beach Bar on the sand at Glenelg this Summer too - The Moslely Beach Club. You can take the Tram there from the city!

Looking to socialise in Adelaide, head too....
2KW, which is a great bar and restaurant with lovely views out over the spectacular Adelaide Oval.

Staying on in Adelaide? Idea’s for the weekend...
McLaren Vale. Country meets the coast. Best to get a driver for the day, and experience the amazing scenery (beaches and vineyards), food, and of course the wines.

Adelaide’s best kept secret?
The Adelaide Zoo. I really think it is one of the best zoo’s I have been too. Flat - so great for little legs, right by the CBD, with a great variety of animals, including the Pandas.