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- Atura Adelaide Airport
Atura Adelaide Airport3.5-star
West End3.6 miles to city centreGuest rating9.2.Superb1,012 Hotels.com guest reviews
- Hotel Grand Chancellor Adelaide
Hotel Grand Chancellor Adelaide4.5-starVIP
Adelaide Central Business District0.2 miles to city centreGuest rating8.8.Fabulous1,770 Hotels.com guest reviews
- ibis Adelaide
Adelaide Central Business District0.4 miles to city centreGuest rating8.8.Fabulous1,039 Hotels.com guest reviews
- Crowne Plaza Adelaide, an IHG Hotel
Crowne Plaza Adelaide, an IHG Hotel4.5-star
Adelaide Central Business District0.5 miles to city centreGuest rating8.4.Very good247 Hotels.com guest reviews
- Oval Hotel
North Adelaide0.4 miles to city centreGuest rating9.2.Superb243 Hotels.com guest reviews
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The romantic city of Adelaide is full of attractions, such as Adelaide Casino and Rundle Mall, and is loved for its restaurants and parks.See properties
Robe is known for its spas, and offers lots of things see, including Robe Golf Club and Long Beach.See properties
Mount Gambier has lots of attractions such as Cave Gardens and Mount Gambier Catholic Parish.See properties
Top landmarks in South Australia
Adelaide Convention Centre
Adelaide Convention Centre is worth a pic or two when discovering Adelaide Central Business District. Our travellers also like the area for its parks and beaches, so you can spend the afternoon catching a few rays. It's also full of great shops and restaurants, so you can spend the afternoon having a wander.See nearby properties
Imagine soaking up the atmosphere at Adelaide Oval, a major stadium in North Adelaide. Our travellers also like the area for its parks and beaches, so you can spend the afternoon catching a few rays. It's also full of great shops and restaurants, so you can spend the afternoon having a wander. If you think Adelaide Oval is cool, you might also like Adelaide Entertainment Centre and Hindmarsh Stadium, both located nearby.See nearby properties
Looking to hit the casinos? You're in luck because Adelaide Casino is one of the most popular gaming spots in Adelaide Central Business District. Our travellers also like the area for its parks and beaches, so you can spend the afternoon catching a few rays. It's also full of great shops and restaurants, so you can spend the afternoon having a wander.See nearby properties
If you want to give your credit card some exercise, head out to Rundle Mall, a popular place for shoppers in Adelaide Central Business District. Our travellers also like the area for its parks and beaches, so you can spend the afternoon catching a few rays. It's also full of great shops and restaurants, so you can spend the afternoon having a wander. Splash some more cash at Adelaide Central Market, East End Cafe Precinct and Chinatown.See nearby properties
University of Adelaide
If you'd like to get a taste of Adelaide student life, check out University of Adelaide in Adelaide Central Business District. Our travellers also like the area for its parks and beaches, so you can spend the afternoon catching a few rays. It's also full of great shops and restaurants, so you can spend the afternoon having a wander.See nearby properties
Women's and Children's Hospital
Women's and Children's Hospital is a hospital in North Adelaide. There are restaurants and bars in the nearby area if you need to find somewhere to eat.See nearby properties
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Hotels in South Australia
Hotels in South Australia are comfortable, well-priced, and welcoming. The region offers a wide range of accommodation, including elegant traditional buildings and quirky alternative options. Luxury hotels are available in Adelaide at very reasonable rates, while the outback and coastal areas offer high-end 5-star options for once-in-a-lifetime getaways. Backpackers will find cheap accommodation in South Australia in Adelaide’s hostels, which provide a great base from which to explore the area. Meanwhile, roadside motels and guesthouses in areas such as Coober Pedy provide access to spectacular desert landscapes at discount prices, and a place to shelter from the midday sun.
Things to see in South Australia
South Australia is home to some of the island’s most recognisable landscapes. The ochre mountains of The Flinders Ranges house a huge collection of Aboriginal cave art and the remains of any number of colonial villages and ranches which crumbled under the sweltering heat of the beating desert sun. Perhaps best known as the backdrop to the ’70s movie Jaws, the Eyre Peninsula plays home to some of Australia’s better known sea-life, including southern right whales and Australian sea lions. Visitors who are brave enough to enter the ocean might just spot the iconic great white shark—be sure to do it from the safety of a shark cage though! Relaxation and respite can be found in the shaded streets of Adelaide. Historically known for its churches, the city now contains a growing selection of hipster coffee shops and trendy cocktail bars. South of Adelaide, Kangaroo Island is a haven of seals, dolphins, echidnas, and, as the name suggests, kangaroos!
Where to stay in South Australia
South Australia hotels vary according to the local landscape. Intrepid explorers will find numerous exciting accommodation choices around the Flinders mountain range. Enjoy a real outback experience with rooms available in cattle and sheep stations, as well as numerous bed and breakfast and camping options. For those wanting to drink in the view without sacrificing on comfort, luxury hotels in South Australia can be found on Kangaroo Island, and the Barossa and Clare Valleys. Adelaide has its fair share of 4- and 5-star hotels, as well as more modest options including motels, backpacker hostels, and informal bed and breakfasts.
How to get to South Australia
Travel in South Australia is best done by car if you’d like to really get to know the outback. The region’s central transport hub is the city of Adelaide, which houses a large international airport providing access to the rest of the continent as well as numerous international destinations by air. From here, car hire is easy and affordable. There is a good public transport network, connecting the different areas of the region by bus and train. In Adelaide itself, cycling is very popular and is encouraged by a vast network of local cycle lanes. Nearby Kangaroo island can be reached by ferry from Cape Jervis, which is accessible from Adelaide by coach.
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