Adelaide City Highlights

Take in Adelaide's main attractions and points of interest

$58^ per adult

Experience the cosmopolitan life of Adelaide on this half day tour of Adelaide, taking in Adelaide's main attractions and points of interest.

The coastal city of Adelaide is noted for its many festivals, its food, wine and culture and its long beach fronts. Discover superb architecture, cultural boulevards, surrounding park lands and wide streets and then you'll appreciate why we have been ranked as one of the most liveable cities in the world.

Experience even more by combining your Adelaide City Highlights tour with...

  • Morning pick up from selected Adelaide CBD and Glenelg Hotels
  • Expert commentary by local Driver/Guide
  • Adelaide city sights
  • Adelaide’s Cultural Boulevard of North Terrace - University, Library, Art Gallery & Museum
  • Historic North Adelaide
  • Visit to St Peters Cathedral (subject to availability)
  • The famous Adelaide Oval
  • Haigh’s Chocolates factory tour and tastings (except Sundays & all Public Holidays)
  • Selected afternoon set downs

Operates daily (excluding Christmas Day).


Tour Options

Tour Code: AS14
Price from ($AUD)
Online Prices^

Departs Adelaide Central Bus Station 9.15 AM or from selected Adelaide or Glenelg Hotels. Returns 12.15 PM.

$58/Adult $28/Child*


*Please note: A child is between 3 and 14 years of age. Australian Concession Card holders only.

^Online prices only available when booking online and are valid for travel 23rd May 2018 to 31st March 2019.  Normal tour prices apply when booking by phone or email $68 per adult, $64 concession, $35 child.

Haigh's Chocolates factory tour and tastings does not operate on Sundays and SA Public Holidays therefore the itinerary will be changed to include a visit to the National Wine Centre.

The National Wine Centre is located on the edge of Adelaide's stunning Botanic Gardens. Passengers will have free time to explore the iconic building with the opportunity to purchase morning tea at the café or taste wine from the extensive Australian wine collection. The National Wine Centre will be closed on Good Friday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years' Day so further time will be spent exploring the city.