- A - Adelaide Botanic Gardens
Adelaide proudly boasts a 125 acre park which contains the Botanic Gardens. First opened in 1857 they were influenced by gardens in France and England. A free guided tour leaves daily from the Schomburk Pavilion. Popular features include the Palm House and the Bicentennial Conservatory.
- B - Adelaide Central Market
Adelaide's Central Market is a unique shopping experience for even the most seasoned shopper! With everything from fruit, vegetables, cheese, meat, gourmet delights and sugary treats, this market is a feast for the senses. It is vibrant and awash with tempting aromas and an essential visit whilst in Adelaide.
- C - Adelaide Gaol
Adelaide's Gaol operated from 1841 to 1988 and is now a museum offering guided tours. The tour will describe the history of the gaol and the macabre history of its infamous inmates.
- D - Art Gallery of South Australia
This Adelaide art gallery possesses one of the biggest collections of Australian art in the country. The gallery was established in 1881 and also has a bookstore and restaurant. Guided tours take place daily.
- E - Capri Theatre
First opened in 1941 this noted Adelaide theatre is famous for its screening of nostalgic films and its iconic organ which is used often to accompany silent movies. The Wurlitzer organ is the second largest in Australia and it is now part of the South Australian State Heritage.
- F - Glenelg Town & Beach
Glenelg offers one of Adelaide's finest beaches along with a compact pretty town. The beach has a jetty and the area is ideally suited for tourists with cafes, restaurants, pools and amusement parks.
- G - King William Road
Adelaide's King William Road is the area to visit if you are looking for chic boutiques, specialty stores, designer shopping and unique one-off stores.
- H - Parliament House
This building which is the seat of South Australia's parliament is one of the grandest buildings in Adelaide. Work first began on the building in 1874 but was not completed until 1939. Depressions and wars may have interrupted its growth but it stands apart from any other building in Adelaide.
- I - Rundle Mall
This pedestrianized street is home to over 200 shops and is Adelaide's main shopping area. You will find department stores, boutiques, markets and souvenir shops located here.
- J - South Australian Museum
Adelaide's South Australian Museum is home to the largest collection of indigenous Australian artefacts on the planet and was founded in 1856. There are regular temporary exhibitions on display in this museum.
- K - Tea Tree Plaza
Adelaide's Tea Tree Plaza houses in excess of 200 shops, restaurants and a cinema complex. The Plaza is an eclectic mix of specialty stores and well-known chains such as Kmart, Woolworths, and Target
- L - Westfield Marion
Adelaide's largest shopping mall with 385 shops, this mall offers the very best in Adelaide shopping. Supermarkets, department stores and specialty stores are the order of the day at this vast complex.