A visit to Adelaide can be magical with all the exciting places to visit. We can also make your trip even better with this list of sites which you can visit during the Tour. These places have it all, from the modern cities to the tiny towns located in the Australian countryside. We’ve gone around the different corners of Australia from Adelaide and have compiled a list of the five best places to visit during your time with Adelaide Day Trips and Tours. These places are set to show you different parts to Australia, and they are all close to the centre of the town, meaning you can quickly get there and back to your hotel.
The Whispering Wall. Right on the outskirts of Adelaide, you’ll find the whispering wall. It located in the Barossa Valley. Yes, this famous Valley located to the north of Adelaide is known for its wine, but it also houses the Whispering Wall. Here, the wall indeed whispers and you may think you’ve had too much to drink from what you hear.
The wall is 92 feet and used to be the highest arched dam in Australia. The height of the wall isn’t its main attraction. However, the wall allows tourists to talk through the wall, and it’ll all sound like a whisper.
Home of Food, Hahndorf. Probably one of the major attractions around. It’s a chance for you to try out different food substances and flex your taste buds. Hahndorf is a unique location which used to serve as a German settlement. However, much of the scenery here is still the same. Paying a visit to the pub will expose you to a world of entertainment and some of the best type of food to keep your stomach juices running. There’s a taste of everything here, and it’s all about picking your choice.
The beautiful Hahndorf is also easily accessible from the centre of Adelaide.
Victor Harbor. This harbour is a perfect example of the typical Australian seaside. Here, there are quite some few things to enjoy with the most notable of them being a ride on a horsedrawn tram. These trams are used to move people back and forth across the causeway and to Granite Island. Another attraction at Victor harbour is the Range Heritage Railway. This railway is operational for only 140 days in a year. It is an old steam engine train that connects Victor Harbor and Goolwa.
Granite Island is a peculiar island which only contains grass, seals, trees, penguins and an awe-inspiring view of the calm sea. The Giant Burger was added to the island in January 2018 to serve as an additional source of attraction for tourists to this island. This sculpture is the most attention-grabbing object on the island. There are also 13 other sculptures on the island to thrill visitors.
The island spans about 2.5km, and it is always open and free for tourists.
Oceanic Victor. The oceanic victor is a chance to come up-close with a particular species of aquatic life; the tuna! Make no mistake do forget that there are other species of marine life here, even sharks. It is a short distance off the Granite island, and it’s easily accessible if you want a chance to swim side by side with the marine line. At oceanic victor, you get the opportunity to swim and play with sharks and to observe the tuna. They are very fast fishes which swim as fast as 75kmh. Here, you can watch them as they race endlessly across the surface of the water.