Couples itinerary

Our itineraries have been created to give you maximum flexibility and maximum enjoyment! There are no set order or number of activities or stops. Pick and choose as much or as little as you like, when you like.

Our couples staycation guide is a little bit romantic, and a whole lot of fun. Share a tranquil moment at some of the city’s most beautiful Park Lands, show off your teamwork on a paddleboat or indulge in the crème de la crème of Adelaide bars and restaurants.

Adelaide Central Market

Adelaide’s premier food destination for multicultural cuisine and fresh produce.

 

Adelaide Himeji Garden

A peaceful oasis in the city. Take a stroll through the beautiful Himeji Garden.

 

Adelaide Gaol - offer available

Walk the hallways and cells of South Australia's first inmates.

 

Adelaide Zoo - offer available

Home to 2500 animals including the Giant Pandas Wang Wang and Funi.

 

Adelaide Oval Roofclimb - offer available

Enjoy picturesque views of the city and beyond from the roof of Adelaide Oval.

 

Art Gallery of South Australia

Carefully curated exhibitions and displays provide a unique experience, taking you through the history of art, up to present day in surprising and unexpected ways.

 

Captain Jolleys Paddleboats

Explore the Torrens River in a pedal powered boat.

 

EcoCaddy

Roam the streets of Adelaide with a local in an EcoCaddy and enjoy the city sights, green spaces and street art.

 

Food Tours Australia - offer available

Food lovers can take a tour of the culinary icon, the Adelaide Central Market.

 

Palace Nova

Showcasing world class cinema, independent and foreign-language films. 


HoleyMoley

Grab a cocktail from the Caddyshack before you tackle Australia's craziest and most unique mini golf.

Bank Street Social

An award-winning underground bar in Adelaide’s West-End with a big focus on local.


BRKLYN

 A gin and cocktail bar modelled on a street in Brooklyn, New York.


Chianti

One of Australia’s oldest Italian restaurants, celebrating its 34th year in 2019.


2KW

Eight floors up on King William Street, the Palmer Hospitality Group has built a rooftop gastrodome with five indoor and outdoor entertaining zones with breathtaking views, and a menu to match.


Fino Vino

 A restaurant and bar which tells a South Australian regional story amid the energy and vibrancy of Adelaide city, distinguished by its produce-driven ideology.


Gilbert Street Hotel

Boasting one of the cities finest beer gardens, a renovated interior design with dramatic furnishings and rich colours and a discreet gaming area.


Hennessey Rooftop Bar

This bar menu features premium champagne, innovative house cocktails and a high-end selection of wine, beer and spirits.


Penny University

Inventive, honest food with a history behind their name.


Queen's Head Hotel

The Queens Head Hotel is the oldest licensed venue in its original location in South Australia.


The Little Hunter

Combined with the casual atmosphere, beer garden and homely indoor and outdoor design, the drink and food menus make for an incredibly special and intimate afternoon or evening with loved ones.


The Stag Public House

The Stag Public House brings back the best parts of the iconic Aussie front bar.


Zapata's Mexican Restaurant

Adelaide’s oldest Mexican restaurant, established in 1975 at the northern end of Melbourne Street, ranks among the most charming of Adelaide's restaurants.


Madame Hanoi

French-Vietnamese Espresso bar & bistro by internationally acclaimed celebrity chef Nic Watt.


Sean's Kitchen

Sean Connolly has opened his latest New York Brasserie inspired restaurant, presenting mouth watering dishes utilising the very best of South Australia's produce in a contemporary setting.


East End Cellars

Specialising in local & international artisanal wines, you will also most likely come across a drop you have never tasted.


Maybe Mae

Below sibling Bread & Bone Wood Grill, Maybe Mae is an intimate bar with a hint of luxury where the green leather booths make the perfect place for after work drinks.


Osteria Oggi

They cook food that they love to eat using seasonal produce, and serve it in a way that is designed to share. Pasta is made fresh daily, with a carefully chosen wine list to match.