Adelaide Your gateway to our premier food and wine regions
A friendly, vibrant city surrounded by rolling hills and world-class beaches, Adelaide is one of the world’s most liveable capital cities and is a great place to relax or ramp up. You can stroll to more than 100 restaurants within the city square mile, enjoy vibrant arts and sports festivals, and explore innovative and eclectic shopping malls. Then there’s the world’s largest undercover produce market, which is pure heaven for foodies.
With entire streets dedicated to dining, a burgeoning boutique bar scene, gourmet food trucks popping up on every corner and the famed Adelaide Central Market, Adelaide has it all.
Stylish city restaurants feature local produce and wine on their menus brought in from just 30km away, while icons such as Haigh’s Chocolates, the National Wine Centre and Penfolds Magill Estate are foodie heaven.
In April, Adelaide comes to life for Tasting Australia with our foodie mecca, Town Square in Victoria Square/Tarntanyangga, where you'll be able to try the foods of local vendors and explore beverages from all around the state and world! Town Square will also host the opening party of the year, Of the Moment. You won't want to miss it.
You'll not want to miss out on our exclusive Glasshouse Kitchen lunches and dinners, where culinary legends from all around the world will be cooking meals designed just for you. And you can also explore the popular East End Cellars Masterclass series, here to help you top up your beverage knowledge glass by glass.
Adelaide in a day
Recognised as one of the Great Wine Capitals of the World, Adelaide is a city with a diverse mix of dynamic cultures, guaranteeing you a sensational food and wine experience.
Wake up fresh in the morning and stroll on down to the Adelaide Central Market for some of the best produce you’ll find in the country. The 147-year-old market has more than 80 stalls, shops and cafes, so you’re sure to find something to tingle your tastebuds. If your evening is free, book into Cheese After Dark, a masterclass event held and curated by The Smelly Cheese Shop featuring the incredible varieties of cheese produced by skilled artisans from around the globe.
Once you’ve had your fill at the Adelaide Central Market, head south and enter Gouger Street, home to a multicultural paradise of restaurants, cafes and eateries. Gouger Street is also the gateway to Adelaide’s Chinatown. Walk under the majestic Paifong (entrances) at Moonta Street to experience Chinatown’s restaurants, markets and grocery stores.
Wander the city laneways and discover a bustling small-bar scene, with a range of South Australian wines and spirits for an authentic affair. Dine alfresco on Leigh or Peel Street and watch the world go by.