Adelaide Tour Information
Adelaide Tour Options
Gray Line operate a wide range of tours, providing flexibility to select your preferred tour options and travel on a day that suits you. For further information on these tours, as well as other day touring options in and around Adelaide or to make a booking on any of these tours, please click on the button below:
Please find below some suggested touring options from Gray Line.
Adelaide – a captivating classic Australian city. A city of churches, the food and wine capital of Australia, sandstone homes and cottages with sweeping gardens and greenbelts. A young Australian city rich in recent history yet charmingly modern. A city with a passion for fine living. Adelaide is truly the Festival City.
The Barossa Valley wine tour with its German heritage and villages, wineries, vineyards and scenery provides a unique mix of Europe in Australia. The beauty of the Adelaide Hills with its quaint yet charming villages, so close yet so removed from the city bustle of Adelaide. The German settlement of Hahndorf with its arts and craft, cottage industry shops, pubs, traditional smallgoods and bakeries evokes the tastes and smells of Bavaria.
Kangaroo Island is a treasure island of renowned natural beauty. After your sea voyage across the Backstairs Passage from spectacular Cape Jervis, you’ll discover its awesome beauty, rugged unspoilt wilderness and abundance of marine wildlife and seabirds as well as wallaby, goanna, echidna, koala and kangaroo. Walk in the wild with seals on the beach. You will never forget Kangaroo Island’s natural beauty.
Experience the diversity of the Fleurieu Peninsula playground of wineries, the holiday seaside resort of Victor Harbor and where Australia’s greatest river system meets the lakes and sea at the old paddlesteamer port of Goolwa.
Please be advised that the above tours are offered by separate operators, and do not have any connection with Arinex Pty Limited. This information is provided to delegates on a general basis and is the delegate’s responsibility to research, make a booking and pay for the service provided directly with the supplier.
Please ensure that you read the terms and conditions on the operator website before proceeding with payment to avoid any problems. Any issues relating to this are at the expense of the delegate and not the responsibility of Arinex Pty Limited.
Adelaide Oval Tours
Adelaide Oval is located across the River Torrens facing the Adelaide Convention Centre. The Oval was renovated in 2014. The stadium is mostly used for cricket and football, but also plays host to rugby league, rugby union, soccer, and concerts. Its record crowd for cricket was 52,633 during the 2014–15 Big Bash League season semi-final between the Adelaide Strikers and Sydney Sixers, and its overall record attendance was 62,543 at the 1965 SANFL Grand Final between the Port Adelaide and Sturt.
Be led on an unforgettable journey into the inner sanctum…
Go behind closed doors where you’ll discover hidden secrets and relive celebrated moments. Witness the unique integration of the Oval’s iconic heritage blended seemlessly with world-class facilities.
Access restricted areas and experience the roar of the crowd as you take to the ground through the interactive player’s race. Step into living history as you explore inside the iconic scoreboard, and see where some of the world’s greatest musicians have entertained sold-out crowds.
Adelaide Oval Tours are led by our expert volunteer guides who share their unique and captivating tales – there’s always a new experience waiting to be had.
Tour Departure Times:
Monday to Friday: Saturday- 10am, 11am and 2pm and Sunday- 10am, 11am, 1pm and 2pm
Tours will not operate on event days or public holidays. Tours will operate in a modified capacity during Sheffield Shield (excluding finals).
Child (5-15years) $14
Phone (08) 8205 4700 during business hours to book onto these tours.
The Bradman Collection
The Bradman Collection on loan by the State Library of South Australia, is on display at the newly developed Adelaide Oval in a state of the art, purpose built museum, located in the Riverbank Stand (access through the South Gate off War Memorial Drive).
Sir Donald Bradman was the greatest batsman in the history of cricket. The Bradman Collection brings together his priceless and personal collection of cricket memorabilia spanning from 1927 to 1977. It was originally Sir Donald’s wish that a home for the Bradman Collection may be found at Adelaide Oval, which came to fruition in 2008, the centenary of his birth.
The Bradman Collection is a world class exhibition dedicated to an Australian legend and international hero who made Adelaide his home. Watch footage of Bradman in the theatrette, test your own skills with the interactive museum, and browse through personal items including cricket bats, balls, trophies, items of clothing and more.
The collection is open 9am to 4pm Monday to Friday (except Public Holidays & Event Days), and is free for the public to view.
The South Australian Cricket Association is now the custodian of the collection in conjunction with the Premier’s Department, State Library and the Bradman Family. The State Library retains Bradman archival materials.
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