Adelaide Visitor Guide : 2016 Adelaide Visitor Guide
The city’s great landmarks, including the River Torrens, North Terrace, Victoria Square, Park Lands, Adelaide Oval, Light’s Vision and the Botanic Gardens, are all easily accessible by foot. Self-guided tours are available for those who want to explore the main city precinct by themselves. Printed guides are available from the Adelaide Visitor Information Centre in James Place or downloadable from www.cityofadelaide.com.au/explore A number of attractions, such as the Art Gallery of South Australia, State Library and Parliament House, offer free tours. Alternatively, visitors can join a walking tour led by a professional guide. The tour themes are diverse, taking in food and wine, small bars, pop-ups, street and public art, heritage, architecture, ghost stories and dark history. A foodie tour of the Central Market is a must-do experience, while Adelaide Greeters is a free orientation service provided by volunteers that can be booked through the Adelaide City Council. Find South Australia's most haunted places on a Ghost Tour with Adelaide's Haunted Horizons. Those venturing further afield will find a wide range of experiences, including tours of the West Terrace Cemetery, walking tours of Port Adelaide, dolphin watching cruises off Glenelg and Port Adelaide, and Indigenous tours and TOURING Botanic Gardens of South Australia Walking is one of the great pleasures of visiting Adelaide.