Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, often gets overshadowed by its big city cousins, including Sydney and Melbourne. But lately, Adelaide has been quietly coming into its own, with a flourishing dining scene, and the addition of new sports and entertainment venues. And with only an 8-hour drive separating it from Melbourne, it makes for a worthy side trip for travelers looking for an off-the-beaten path city break.
|Rundle Street Mall|
Start your second day early with a visit to Adelaide’s Central Market. If you get there at 7 AM, you can see fishmongers mongering and farmers setting up their produce stalls. Come a bit later and join in a market tour, which lets you meet the producers, sample the goodies and learn about the history of South Australian food.
|Adelaide Centrail Market|
Courtesy South Australian Tourism
|Adelaide Oval Roof Climb|
Courtesy South Australia Tourism