Find out what attractions are on offer around Adelaide and the Windsor Gardens Caravan Park.

Adelaide Oval

Coming to Adelaide for the Footy? Leave your car at the caravan park, take a short walk alongside the River Torrens and catch the O-Bahn busway into the city.

Enjoy the game, have a drink and don’t stress about finding a car park. Find out more

Adelaide O-Bahn

Take a leisurely 15 minute walk along the River Torrens Linear Park walking trail and jump on the O-Bahn to explore the City of Adelaide.
The O-Bahn is the world’s longest guided bus way and offers the fastest suburban bus service, it runs from the City Centre to Tea Tree Plaza. Find out more

Adelaide City

The perfect blend of style and sophistication without the brashness of a big city. Explore Adelaide’s famous cultural heart – North Terrace, showcasing the Art Gallery, Museum and the Adelaide Casino. With a short stroll take in the River Torrens, the Adelaide Zoo and Festival Centre. Find out more

Torrens Linear Park

From the beachside suburb of Henley Beach to Paradise in the city’s north-east, the River Torrens Linear Park is the ideal choice for families and those looking for a leisurely walk, run or cycle, and is ideal for all fitness levels including families with small children.

The trail runs right through the city centre, passing the Adelaide Festival Centre, Adelaide Convention Centre and Adelaide Zoo, providing an oasis away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Footbridges are located at regular intervals, allowing users to walk or cycle shorter sections and loop back to their starting point. Find out more

Geoff Heath Par 3 Golf Course

On the opposite side of the River Torrens in Lochiel Park (a brief 15-20 minute walk with your golf clubs) lies arguably Adelaide’s ‘best kept secret’. This course provides sufficient challenge to interest the experienced player but at the same time is not intimidating to beginners and recreational players. Why not try Night Golf from 6:00pm on Fridays, with a glow in the dark golf ball! Find out more

Barossa Valley

Australia’s world famous wine capital features more than 80 winery cellar doors, less than two hours’ drive from Adelaide. The success of the wine industry has historically been celebrated every two years with the week-long Barossa Valley Vintage Festival. The festival draws visitors from all over the world and has entertainment for all tastes including a huge street parade, concerts and gourmet dining. Find out more

Adelaide Hills

A 30 minute drive from Windsor Gardens and you will be in the heart of the idyllic Adelaide Hills. A very easy drive, up the South Eastern Freeway, takes you to the quaint historic German village of Hahndorf; boasting a smorgasbord of home-made pastries, preserves and authentic German food, with its main street lined with craft shops. The Adelaide Hills make for an enchanting touring experience. Find out more

Glenelg

Glenelg is Adelaide’s premier seaside destination just 20 minutes from the City, and its main street, Jetty Road, offers a vibrant retail centre with a kaleidoscope of shopping experiences complimented by a variety of cosmopolitan restaurants from alfresco dining to award winning silver service establishments.

Why not join in all the fun at The Beachouse, a family entertainment centre packed with Australian-first and world-class attractions! Take the O-Bahn into town and then the tram from King William Street down to Glenelg, for a wonderful day out. Find out more

South Australian Museum

Exhibitions and displays reflect the museum’s extensive collections, including the Australian Aboriginal and Pacific Cultures collections. The Ancient Egyptian Room has been a favourite destination for generations of museum visitors, and the Giant Squid is always a winner with children and adults alike. Find out more

Art Gallery of South Australia

Founded in 1881, the Art Gallery of South Australia is home to one of Australia’s great art collections, housed in one of Adelaide’s most beautiful buildings. Located at the heart of Adelaide’s cultural boulevard, North Terrace. Admission is Free. Open from 10 am – 5 pm. Find out more

Adelaide Festival Centre

This annual event held in the warm South Australian autumn is Australia’s largest multi-arts festival. The program focuses on the contemporary and features the best in opera, theatre, dance, music, cabaret, new media events, literature, outdoor entertainment and the visual arts. Find out more

Adelaide Zoo

Opened to the public in 1883, the Adelaide Zoo is one of South Australia’s most iconic attractions; it’s home to more than 2,500 animals and 250 species of exotic and native mammals, birds, reptiles and fish exhibited over eight hectares of magnificent botanic surroundings.

The zoo is also now home to Wang Wang and Funi, two Giant Pandas. Other exhibits include the Immersion South East Asian Rainforest, Seal Bay, Australian Rainforest Wetlands walk-through aviary, Nocturnal & Reptile Houses. Find out more

McLaren Vale Wineries

A pleasant 45 minute drive will find you in the heart of one of South Australia’s famous wine districts boasting over 70 cellar doors that rival the most picturesque of sceneries. Experience some of South Australia’s best wine labels and restaurants in a warm friendly atmosphere.  Find out more

Cleland Wildlife Park

Just 20 minutes from the centre of Adelaide you can wander at your leisure among kangaroos, wallabies, emus and waterfowl. The animals are accustomed to people, meaning you can pat and feed them. The Park is open daily (except Christmas Day) from 9.30 am to 5 pm (No admission after 4.30 pm). Find out more

Adelaide Aquatics Centre

You’ll find this swimming and leisure centre just a short 15 minute drive away in the parklands at North Adelaide. The Centre offers a 50 metre lap pool, diving pool and two heated leisure pools, complete with water slides and features. It is a great place to cool off and escape the summer heat. Find out more

Adelaide Botanic Gardens

Within walking distance of the city centre, this historical garden features an exceptional Victorian landscape complemented by outstanding plant and cultural collections and architecturally significant glass houses.

Enjoy a casual meal in one of the cafés or go all-out with a fine dining experience at the Botanic Garden Restaurant. On a sunny day, take a picnic and snooze the afternoon away on one of the lush green lawns. Find out more

Tour Down Under

The first stop on the world cycling calendar, the Santos Tour Down Under kicks off the cycling year in exhilarating style. The week-long event brings the top World Tour professional cycling teams to race on the streets of Adelaide and regional South Australia each January. Find out more

Clipsal 500

In March each year, Adelaide hosts the opening round of the V8 Supercars championship. It’s 4 days of spectacular racing featuring music concerts on each of the last 3 nights, in addition to air displays and social events that attract visitors from interstate and overseas. Find out more

Adelaide Fringe Festival

The Fringe Festival is the largest Arts event in the Southern Hemisphere. It runs for 24 days and nights in February and March every year. Fringe highlights include the opening night party, parade and concert, street theatre and the Garden of Unearthly Delights. Find out more

Victor Harbor / Granite Island and Port Elliot

An easy drive less than 90 minutes south of Adelaide, will find you at picturesque Encounter Bay, the location of Victor Harbor. Nestled in the Bay is Granite Island, the home of the Fairy Penguin and the famous Clydesdale Horse-drawn tram that traverses the causeway between Victor Harbor and Granite Island.

Only 5 minutes down the road in Port Elliot you will find the perfect swimming beach at Horseshoe Bay. Why not take a refreshing break from your travels or take the spectacular 30 minute cliff top walk around the headland to Knight’s Beach. Find out more

Kangaroo Island

Luxury coaches leave daily from Glenelg to Cape Jervois, where the Sealink Ferry will transport you to the third largest island in Australia. Kangaroo Island is home to some truly unique national parks where you can walk amongst a seal colony or just relax in the truly unspoilt pristine wilderness. Find out more

Lobethal Lights

This Christmas festival has been lighting up the Lobethal Valley in the Adelaide Hills for over sixty years, created by the local community. Lobethal lights up around mid December with approximately 800 homes decorated in lights. The wonderful displays remain lit each night until New Year’s Eve. Find out more

Tasting Australia

Tasting Australia is one of Australia’s most influential and best-attended culinary festivals. Each October it attracts more than 200 national and international journalists and 50,000 visitors to Adelaide who come to savour the food products, wines, beers, hospitality and tourism. Find out more

North Adelaide Golf Club

The North Adelaide Golf Club is a complex of three golf courses operated by the Council and open to the public.

The golf courses are the South Course (18 holes, par 71, 6000 metres – a good test to experienced golfers and several hills to negotiate), the North Course (18 holes, par 66, 5000 metres – a good place for less experienced golfers, juniors and seniors (who find it a much easier walk) and a Par-3 Course (18 holes, 9 holes floodlit at night in Summer). Find out more

Kooyonga Golf Club

This is a wonderful example of a championship golf course in undulating sand hills just 15 minutes from the Adelaide CBD. Kooyonga has been the venue for many international and interstate championships, always enjoying a high ranking amongst private clubs in Australia. Find out more

Birdwood National Motor Museum

Discover Australia’s motoring heritage at the National Motor Museum. It’s an international centre for the collection, preservation and display of Australian road transport history – not just a collection of vehicles.  It’s a social history of the way we were, the way we are now and the way of the future. Find out more

WOMADelaide Festival

WOMADelaide Festival

The WOMADelaide Festival takes place over 4 unforgettable days and nights in March, Adelaide’s glorious Botanic Park hosts a journey of remarkable performances by over 400 of the world’s top traditional and contemporary musicians, artists, dancers and thinkers from every corner of the globe. Find out more