Destination

World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education 2020

Adelaide, South Australia

Adelaide offers all of the benefits of a large international metropolis without the problems of a huge city. Add its Mediterranean climate, ease of access, affordability, quality accommodation, excellent shopping options, and it’s easy to see why conference delegates refer to Adelaide as “the perfect conference city”.

Upon arrival at the international airport, delegates can check into their hotel inside half an hour, and enjoy the benefits of being opposite a world class convention centre and only a short distance from beautiful beaches and famous wineries. Adelaide is the perfect opportunity to relax and play. Discover the local gourmet food and famed regional wines. Enjoy fun social events and adventurous outings. The unique wildlife parks, clean beautiful beaches, vibrant cafés, great dining, riverboats and dolphin cruises make Adelaide a great family holiday destination.
Some of the activities you can enjoy whilst visiting Adelaide include:
BAROSSA VALLEY

Taking a winery tour of the Barossa Valley, Adelaide Hills or McLaren Vale regions; all which are within an hour’s drive of the city-centre and produce some of the world’s best wines.

SA MUSEUM & ART GALLERY

Admire the nation’s most comprehensive displays of indigenous culture at the SA Museum and see the nation’s finest collection of early European settlement art at the Art Gallery of SA, both conveniently located on North Terrace in the city.

BIKE RIDING

Hire a free bike to ride around the city.

ADELAIDE ZOO

Visit the Adelaide Zoo and its famous pandas in the city centre, or Monarto Open-Plain Zoo, which is known as Australia’s “Little Africa”.

ADELAIDE CENTRAL MARKETS

Visit the world famous Adelaide Central Markets, a foodie delight which is home to hundreds of stalls selling everything from fresh produce to cheese to chocolate and more!

TRAM

Take a tram out to historic sea-side Glenelg.

For further ideas and general tourism information, please visit www.southaustralia.com

“There’s a world of new experiences and things to do in South Australia. Get up-close to iconic Australian wildlife only minutes away from Adelaide’s CBD or swim with sea lions and sharks on our Eyre Peninsula. Adelaide is a culinary playground with a delicious mix of fine dining restaurants, award-winning cafes, bustling food markets and booming boutique bars. South Australia is home to 18 wine regions and has officially been named a Great Wine Capital of the World. Beach lovers will be in heaven at our stunning beaches, while those with an adventurous spirit can try their luck at some of the country’s most epic surf spots.” Source: https://southaustralia.com/things-to-do

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN REGIONS

Discover what the South Australian region has to offer:

Barossa
Riverland
Kangaroo Island
Flinders Ranges and Outback
Clare Valley
Yorke Peninsula
Murray River, Lakes & Coorong